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Organize Your Day with Android

Click through for 10 free Android apps that can help you streamline your day.
Whether it’s business meetings, project deadlines, doctor appointments, ball practice, school plays, or whatever else we have to do on any given day, our personal and professional lives are often go-go-go nearly 24/7, especially with the ease of mobile connectivity.
Tired of missing deadlines, losing notes, or running late for meetings? It's time to put the power of mobile to work for you, especially for your peace of mind. Maybe you'll even find some time to relax in between all those commitments you have. In this slideshow, we've pulled together 10 free Android mobile apps that can help you organize and streamline your day.
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MyLifeOrganized

MyLifeOrganized is an easy-to-use, yet powerful and intuitive to-do list, task manager and outliner. Using an unlimited task hierarchy and the ability to focus on subsections, MyLifeOrganized allows you to build a task management system to suit your needs.

Break down large tasks to achieve a collection of reasonably sized actions that are easy and unambiguous. Organize your tasks into projects and assign contexts. If required, you can set a due date, priority, and dependency. Once loaded with your information, MyLifeOrganized goes to work and prepares a simple task list containing only those next actions which require your immediate attention. This list is updated automatically once you complete a task, change context or move to another location.
Cost: Free
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uNote

uNote is a simple list and notepad app hybrid that allows you to easily organize notes and bullet points, lists, and trees (e.g. folders).
Cost: Free
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Check

Check is an award-winning mobile app that stays on top of your bills and money for you, so you'll never miss a bill or get hit with overdraft and late fees again. Just set it up once and the app goes to work – proactively staying on top of your bills and monitoring your bank accounts and credit cards, all in one place, from your mobile device. When bills are due or funds are low, the app will let you know so you’re never caught off guard.
Cost: Free
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Business Cards Organized

The Business Cards Organized app allows you to take a photo of a new business card and store it in your phone in about five seconds. You can add additional data about the business card owner and even take add a photo of them so you never forget who the card belongs to. You can also search by name and description fields to find a specific business card.
Cost: Free
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Sticky!

Post notes everywhere on your screen with Sticky! It's easy to jot a memo, to-do list, or a quick organizational brainstorm and save it for future reference. Choose from numerous color and size choices, and even send Sticky! content to Gmail, Twitter, and more.
Cost: Free
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Chaos Control

Chaos Control is a GTD-based (get things done) task manager and goal-driven to-do list created specifically for entrepreneurs, startup owners, creatives and for busy people who have a lot on their plates. Whether you are running a business, launching an app, working on a project or simply planning your holiday trip, Chaos Control can help you manage your goals, handle your priorities and organize your tasks to get things done.
Cost: Free
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My Effectiveness Habits

To have a clear vision of what to do, you have to clear your mind of the concerns and worries, generate a higher overview with goals and roles, and plan your weekly actions and projects. This is what My Effectiveness Habits is for - to give you full control over your plans, goals, actions, to-dos and increasing your overall productivity. The app is configured to provide feedback and motivation to help you accomplish your goals.
Cost: Free
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Google Keep

Google Keep allows you to quickly capture what’s on your mind and be reminded at the right place or time. Speak a voice memo on the go and have it automatically transcribed. Grab a photo of a poster, receipt or document and easily find it later in search.
Cost: Free
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ColorNote

ColorNote is a simple notepad app. It gives you a quick and simple notepad editing experience when you write a note, memo, email, message, shopping list or to-do list.
Cost: Free

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