Living in the era of technology has no doubt made our lives easier, but at the same time it has brought on some challenges.

Everyone nowadays seem to be running out of time. People are busy working all day long and yet they are usually unable to finish their work or complain that they have too little time. With so many distractions around us, we tend to waste a lot of time on unimportant stuff leaving very little time to focus on priority task. So if you want to accomplish something, it is important that you manage your time in a better way.

Here are 5 apps that can keep you on track and enable you to spend your time effectively to achieve your targets:

1. Remember The Milk

According to Kristen O’Donovan, if you want to stop struggling to manage everything you have to do and you work with many different devices? This app is for you. Remember The Milk is a FREE app, compatible with mobile, computer, gmail, outlook, etc. It enables you to manage your tasks and stay on top of your schedule by giving you reminders no matter where you are.

2. Checklist Wrangler

Do you work with a lot of checklists? Then Checklist Wrangler is your new best friend. Eric Baxter puts a funny note about the app in his article saying “you can make lists ranging from house chores to checking the condition of a nuclear reactor, if you were so inclined.” explaining the variety of lists you can make.

3. LastPass (Password Manager)

Dan Cook recommends LastPass as the answer to all your password worries. It enables you to take all your passwords with you without having to worry about identify theft. It helps you save “hours of time spent fishing around for a forgotten password, and you can securely access this cloud-based service while traveling”

4. Rescue Time

Like tracking your calorie intake can help you keeping your weight in check, similarly RescueTime is an app for computer that lets you record how much time you spend on different tasks in real-time. It enables you to manage your time better by identifying where your time is going. You can also opt for the paid version of this app enabling you to slash digital distractions by automatically blocking certain websites for the amount of time you specify to help you focus on things that need to get done. [Next Avenue]

5. Any.Do

According to Rich Hein, Any.DO is like a task manager on steroids. It is an app that you can use for everyday. It has everything you need like cloud synchronization, speech recognition, reminders and alerts, Google Task Sync, ability add notes, and much more. Simple yet full of features.