Time Management Apps for Android

Time Management Apps for Android

Do you sometimes wish the day had more than 24 hours? Most people do, but the inability to get things done in time often boils down to poor time management. The good news is that time management is now a bona fide industry, and there are countless apps and tools that can help you spend every minute of your life in the most productive and meaningful way possible.

But with so many time management apps and tools to choose from, selecting just a few can be a problem. That’s why we’ve put together this list of the best time management apps for Android every professional should know.

1. ClickUp

ClickUp is a free, all-in-one productivity tool for individual users and teams of any size to manage time, organize work, and monitor progress on one platform. With hundreds of functional tools including a global time tracker, Chrome Extension, and time estimate feature, ClickUp takes the Pomodoro technique to a whole new level.

Start and stop time from any device and jump in-between tasks with ClickUp's global timer—even add time retroactively and manually create entries that link back to any task. Plus, ClickUp integrates with 1,000 other tools like PomoDone to bring all of your time into ClickUp in seconds.

Free Version Available: Yes

Price: $5 per member per month on an annual plan, $9 per member per month for a month-by-month plan

Platform: iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, web browser, Apple Watch

2. Todoist

Todoist is a free task management app with some paid features designed for different types of projects. It provides real-time reminders of all activities on your to-do list and works across all devices, even when you’re offline. The app makes it easy to create and organize tasks, prioritize them, set and change deadlines, and set project goals.

Free Version Available: Yes

Price: Free or upgraded plans begin at $4 per month.

Platform: iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, web browser, Apple Watch

3. Remember the Milk

Remember, the Milk is a resource for organizing tasks and creating to-do lists. The basic free version of the app comes with a simple virtual assistant that allows you to add tasks, split projects into sub-tasks, and set due dates.

While separating personal and business tasks, you can also take your to-do list game further by creating smart lists based on unique criteria you have previously defined. Remember the Milk also updates lists automatically once there are changes on your tasks.

Free Version Available: Yes

Price: Free, but a Pro account upgrade costs $39.99 per year.

Platform: iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, web browser, Apple Watch

4. Focus Booster

Focus Booster is a cross-platform app designed to enhance your focus and eliminate any anxiety you might have with time pressures. It’s built around the Pomodoro Technique, which uses a timer to divide your work time into 25-minute intervals, separated by a five-minute break.

The paid app syncs all sessions so you can keep track of time spent on various activities anywhere you are. Other key features include an on-screen mini timer, a completed tasks list, client portfolios for organizing billable hours, and dashboard reports.

Free Version Available: Yes

Price: Free, at 20 Pomodoro sessions per month, or upgraded accounts with unlimited sessions and additional features cost $4.99 per month.

Platform: iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, web browser

5. Evernote

Evernote, which has a free version, allows you to easily save sections of websites, make notes and access them. It works across all platforms to create agendas, schedules, and reminders and improve workflow.

The app allows you to collaborate with your team, scan documents, and sync across multiple devices. You can even record interviews, meetings, ideas, and speeches and add audio or text attachments.

Free Version Available: Yes

Price: Free, or upgraded plans begin at $7.99 per month.

Platform: iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, web browser, Apple Watch

6. Toggl

Toggl allows you to track time in real-time. This app is popular because it’s straightforward and has free features. All you have to do is click the start button, and you can start tracking your time for any tasks, then stop when you’re done.

Toggl also has iPhone, Android, Mozilla, Chrome, and desktop integrations. With any of these add-ons, you can integrate a timer into any web application to track your productivity. No matter what type of Toggl application you’re using, all the data will be stored on your Toggl account. Toggl also offers team and project planning.

Free Version Available: Yes

Price: Free, but upgraded plans start at $9 to $18 per month

Platform: iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, web browser

7. Trello

If you’re looking for a way to easily manage projects and tasks at a glance, Trello is it—especially if you have coworkers. Trello was made with collaboration in mind, meaning projects and tasks are meant to be viewed and assigned across teams. 

Visually, Trello is appealing, with color-coding, taskbars, and avatars showing who is working on what, so everyone can be on the same page without having to do a deep dive into each stage of a project.

Free Version Available: Yes

Price: Plans start at $5 to $10 per month

Platform: iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, web browser

8. RescueTime

A recognized productivity and time-tracking app, RescueTime monitors computer use to calculate the number of hours you work. It can track your computer activities, active windows, visited websites, and programs used. It can also measure the number of meetings, phone calls, and breaks you take in between tasks.

RescueTime generates a graph based on the data derived from daily monitoring, allowing you to view individual and group productivity, and comes with on-screen reminders and a website-blocking feature to help you stay on task. A coaching feature and daily focus work goals also are included with this paid app.

Free Version Available: Yes

Price: Plans start at $9 per month for RescueTime Premium, but users can test the app with a free trial.

Platform: iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, web browser

9. Harvest

Harvest is a feature-rich time management app that comes with a clean UX to help you manage your time effectively. Its paid tools have intuitive elements and bold typography you can master in minutes.

Harvest comes with a unique dashboard that allows you to access your timesheets and weekly overview. You can easily add new tasks, start timers, view what your teammates are doing, and find dedicated tabs for managing reports, projects, and budgets. An invoicing feature lets you create a bill for your tracked expenses and time.

Free Version Available: Yes

Price: Plans cost $12 per month for unlimited access, or $10.80 per month if billed annually.

Platform: iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, web browser

10. Timely

Timely is a paid app that features a set of smart capabilities and modern design. It comes with a flexible layout to drag and drop your task blocks and displays data by projects, hours, and team members. It also generates productivity reports that can help with project budgets.

What sets Timely apart from others is its automatic tracking module called Memory, a separate and optional install for macOS and Windows. It leverages the power of AI to track just about everything you do on your computer or phone and integrates with several other apps.

Free Version Available: Yes

Price: Plans start at $25 monthly per feature, but users can test the app with a two-week free trial.

Platform: iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, web browser

Properly tracking the time you and your team spend working is essential to find out how effective team members are and the profitability of your projects. Time-management apps can also help track communication, project tasks, notes, and meetings. You can use any of the following time-management apps to set goals and discover more productive ways of working.

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