Organizational Apps

From the show I did on KGW about the apps I like: 

1. Stuffstr: http://www.stuffstr.com
allows you to manage all the stuff in your house by making a list of what you have bought, and if you are not using an item it allows you to connect to various sites to donate or sell. 

2. 24me: http://www.twentyfour.me
Your calendar, to-do lists, personal accounts, and notes are centralized in one place, and your day-to-day errands are completed by one tap. Receive billing, event, and birthday reminders, or have the app pay your bills and send gifts to friends. The app even lets you know what time you should leave for your meeting based on current traffic.

3. LastPass: https://www.lastpass.com
The app securely stores all your usernames and passwords, which you can access using TouchID or with one master password. It can also autofill your information and help you generate strong passwords.

4. Evernote: https://evernote.com
Your projects, notes, to-do lists, and saved items from the Internet are all synced on Evernote, allowing you access on any of your devices. Ideas including sketches, text, audio recordings, videos, and PDFs are organized into notebooks, and you can even use your smartphone camera to scan documents. 

5. Habitlist: https://habitlist.com ($3.99)
With HabitList you set any habits you want to stick to such as drinking more water, publishing consistent social media posts, or even attending more social or networking events. Once you set your habit, you can decide how often you'd like to stick with it (Everyday? Once per month?) and HabitList keeps you motivated with streaks, trends, and progress tracking. This is great for any tasks you need to do consistently and the positive reinforcement can make your routine and mundane tasks more enjoyable.

6. Zither:  Keep all your owners manuals and warranties in one place with Zither.