Top websites and apps to help moms tackle back-to-school and beyond. Jessica Foust, with Top Ten Reviews, rates online tools designed to help you get things done.
Pros: Can make any type of list you want. Has good privacy settings – lists can be public or private when shared with friends and family. Members can complete lists along with you. Integrated with Facebook.
Cons: Can’t prioritize lists. For example move #1 on your list to the #10 spot. Auto-fill line works sometimes. Can’t edit a lists title once it is saved – not good if you make a spelling error. Can only invite 5 members to one list.
Keep the entire family in-the-know with family appointments, events and activities. You can even keep track of family meals and grocery lists.
This app was designed perfectly for the busy mom. It lets you quickly capture grocery lists, errands and even wish lists. It also manages tasks and appointments for calendaring and can sync to your iPhone, Google and iCal calendars.
Keep track of all your receipts easily with OneReceipt. With the app you can photograph and upload your receipts, the view, search, tag, and add free form receipts.
This is an in-depth task manager for those who like to keep track of every little facet of their life. It has endless options for organizing your life. It even has a location feature that will alert you of a task needs to be done at a certain location. Great for reminding your husband he needs to fix the sink.
Bank of Mom ($1.99)
Keep track of your kids allowance with this easy-to-use app. Keep track of what kids earn through chores or other activities.
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