We just rang in 2012, and while you're likely tired of the New Year's resolution talk, you have to admit that it's a good time to get organized. Reach for your trusty iPhone because there is most certainly an app (or 50) that will help you pull it all together and navigate your busy daily life. We've rounded up five great organization apps to help you get it together for 2012.
Having trouble recalling your day-to-day activities and to-do's? Download reQall for your iPhone, an app that manages your ideas, tasks and more. You record whatever you need by voice or text, and can use email, IM and more. The reQall app also makes it easy to organize your lists -- by dates, locations, times and keywords.
If you're willing to pay for your organization app, try Things and turn your iPhone into a perfect task manager. The creators of Things claim that it's neither oversimplified nor too complicated -- it strikes that perfect balance between "ease of use and powerful features." You can manage your to-do lists, notes, tasks and appointments.
eWallet is another pricey app, but reviewers note that it's worth the money. If you have trouble remembering passwords, account information, card numbers and IDs, invest in eWallet for your iPhone. This password manager iPhone app (which also works on your iPad and iPod Touch) securely stores all of your super-important info in one place.
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Remember the Milk
Now you can go to the grocery store without forgetting anything important ... like the milk. Remember the Milk is an iPhone app that allows you to add your to-do's, sync with the online version, organize your list with priorities, due dates, time estimates, repeating, lists and tags, search for tasks, receive reminders and much more.
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