8 Best Google Chrome Apps to get you organized
January 30, 2011 | by techlineinfo.com
Google app store just keeps on adding more and more brilliant apps each day to its collection. Here is a list of some apps that will surely help get more organized and increase your productivity both online and offline.
Quick Note lets you take notes of all kinds. You can use it as a simple notepad, clipboard or a record for to-do-lists. You can add as many notes as you like and then find the one you need right away with the built in search. Cloud sync allows you to access your notes from anywhere on the go!
Read Later Fast
Sometimes you just have too many tabs open all at once and its hard to decide which ones to go through first. Real Later Fast is just perfect to solve such issues. It lets you save web pages for reading later even if you are offline. You can even save a web page without opening it just by a simple ‘click and save’. Its still a beta version so we can look forward to more features soon
Todo.ly is another nifty app that helps you create and manage to do lists which you can manage online. It lets you divide your tasks into sub tasks and projects thereby increasing your productivity. It comes with filters that help you to focus on the tasks that need to be done on priority basis.
A personal memo app for your daily life. Keep a timeline of your life happenings. Its built in search lets you search through your memos. You can import your memos from outlook, desktop and Journler.
Springpad lets you save, organize and act on anything you want to get done in one place. You can access it from the web or your phone. It can be tasks, movies, products and so on. Sync option enables you instant access all the time as long as you have internet availability.
This app provides an excellent way for project managers to review the progress on a current project with utmost ease and allows the team to collaborate and react to each other’s feedback easily and quickly. In short, it lets you focus on the task ahead rather than wasting time on reporting to and from.
Trying to figure out the right time for an overseas meeting? This app is just for you. With time zone information from more than 650 cities around the globe, you can easily find a convenient time for your conference call or meeting. You can use it online or offline which is always a plus.
News Blur, simply put is an intelligent, advanced form of Google Reader that has some really cool features such as highlighting or hiding stories based on tags, keywords and authors. It also has original site-view which many of us prefer to have in our RSS readers these days.
So there we are. If you think there are some apps missing from the list, feel free to let us know in the comments.