Ideas to help you get organised

  • Focus
  • Wednesday, 21 Jan 2015


THIS week, we feature three free apps for Android and iOS that will help you manage your social media content, edit and “pretty up” your photos with nifty filters and manage your to-do lists with friends and family.


As one user put it – if you are just as lazy and want your lights to automatically turn off when you leave home or receive an email when your favourite team wins, this is the app for you.

IFTTT stands for “if this then that”. “This” is a trigger while “that” is an action. For example, if “I’m tagged in a photo on Facebook” then “send me a text message”.

Consider this a virtual digital personal assistant.

EyeEm app


There are tonnes of photo-editing apps out there, and this is one of them.

EyeEm has 20 distinct filters and carefully crafted editing tools to enhance your images.

The editing tools have Contrast, Exposure, Saturation, Temperature, Sharpen, Fade, Vignette, and more fun templates.

You can also have full control over the format of your photos such as Crop, Rotate, Straighten, and Perspective functions.

Wunderlist app


If you are planning a party and want to delegate duties to other people in your group, this is a good app to have.

Whether you’re sharing a grocery list with a loved one, working on a project, or planning a vacation, Wunderlist makes it easy to share your lists and collaborate with everyone.

The app instantly syncs between your phone, tablet and computer, so you can access your to-do lists from anywhere.

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