Susan here… I’m about to share with you an app that can save you time. Time is our most valuable resource and I’d like to disclose that I was compensated for my time to review this product and write this post. But my enthusiasm for this brilliant time-saving app is my own.
“I am too busy. I have too much to do.”
We ALL say those words countless times.
And there are countless software programs and apps to help us get organized and manage our time.
But I just discovered something different… an app unlike other apps. It’s like “The Mother-App” that brings together a dozen other apps and automatically shares data across your calendar, tasks/to-dos, projects, notes and files allowing information about your shopping, finances, household services, people, assets, events, travel, education and health to integrate seamlessly.
It even backs up to your Dropbox or Google Drive account.
Are you an Evernote fan? No worries, they’ve got that connected too.
This super app is called LifeTopix™ and it is a complete productivity app for personal organization.
The best way to understand what LifeTopix™ is to watch a quick overview video.
Quit App Jumping
LifeTopix™ is an all-in-one personal organizer that stops you jumping between multiple apps with disconnected data and zero reuse.
It organizes your information across 12 naturally connected topics. You can easily capture, track, connect, know and act upon all the information in your life.
Take a look at these iPad screenshots…
Enjoy Your Life More
What I love most about LifeTopix is that I enter data ONCE and it reuses and applies that information to all the appropriate parts of my life.
If I am planning a trip and I enter the dates, it adds those dates automatically to my calendar. When I enter in items to pack, it adds those to a shopping list.
You know that saying, “Don’t work harder, work smarter?”
Well… now there’s an app for that!
Get LifeTopix™ and enjoy a more organized life.
Disclaimer: We were compensated for our time to review this product and write this post. Our opinions are our own.