Dragon Recommends: Best Apps for Productivity + Playlist for Focus

Dragon Recommends: Best Apps for Productivity + Playlist for Focus

Sometimes, you may find remote learning quite difficult to keep up with. Teachers are not there to constantly remind you about your deadlines for work. You end up procrastinating, and as a result, have no time to relax. 

However, you are definitely not the only one who feels that way, so don’t worry! Today, I have compiled a few of the best apps that I’ve been using during remote learning that helped me stay organized and productive for classes. I also added a small playlist of lo-fi music at the end, to help you focus on whatever you feel like doing. Hopefully, these work for you as well!

1. Notion

Notion is an all-in-one package when it comes to staying productive and organized. Everything is user-friendly. The app’s features include notes, check-boxes, tables, graphs, calendars, and more. Notion is an incredible app as it is highly customizable. You can add images to the tops of your notes, or even add icons to make them more for yourself.

Image retrieved from The Verge.

2. Tick Tick

If you are the type of person who enjoys doing things the simple way, Tick Tick could be the app for you! Whether it’s a work-related task or a personal goal, Tick Tick does the job with its user-friendly features.

Image retrieved from Softpedia.

3. Flipd (Productivity Timer)

Track all your productive activities with Flipd. Log all your working, studying, reading, exercise, and more. Not only does it track your activity, it also provides 24-hour lo-fi music streams and background music to help you stay focused, or gives you quotes to feel inspired and motivated. The best quality of this app is that your friends and family can join you.

Image retrieved from FlipdApp on Twitter.

4. Lo-Fi Playlist

Finally, here is a collection of songs to help you focus and get your work done enthusiastically!

Article by Seohyun P. (Grade 9); Feature image by Selly P. (Grade 10)

The views expressed in this article represent the personal views of the author and should not be taken to represent the views of Dragon’s Print and Cebu International School.


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