Wunderlist, my favourite task management and productivity-enhancing application, has gone professional. What this means is that the application now has a pro version with extra features for those willing to give back and support 6Wunderkinder for providing a free version of an awesome application for a long time. Read more about Take your productivity to the next level with Wunderlist Pro
If you are planning to travel to Poland (or live in Poland), Mobilet is an application that you may find interesting. It is a ticket purchasing system that can be used for buying bus, train and parking tickets throughout Poland using a smartphone, tablet or any other device that has access to the Internet.Read more about moBiLET - the worry-free travel solution for Poland
Are you one of those people who does a lot of stuff on the go? Like sending emails, posting on Twitter or Facebook, writing blog posts or simply capturing ideas as quickly as they appear. If that's you, then let me introduce you to an amazing application that will make your life easier.
We have all heard about the Dropbox, Google Drive, Skydrive and other cloud storage services. But not many have heard about Dispatch. Dispatch is a web service that enables real collaboration when working on a group project. I know it is possible to share files or folders using a service like Dropbox, but Dispatch adds a whole new dimension to the art of collaboration.
As I mentioned in my post about Wunderlist, I have been using this application for quite some time and it has become a must-have tool for me for creating task lists. The only two problems I had with Wunderlist was the fact that it lacked the sub-task and recurring tasks features. I used to recommend using Google Calendar to those who absolutely required these two features. Read more about Wunderlist 2 now features sub-tasks and recurring tasks
Today I spent quite some time looking at my reflection in the mirror. I rarely do that although sometimes I am tempted to, especially when I hear ladies saying I look good. Mind you, it doesn't happen that often though.
As I wrote in my article about Evernote, I believe that capturing ideas as they appear is a fundamental requirement for anyone who wants to be a reputable writer regardless of profession. I have to admit I haven't written much myself, but I have learnt one or two important things over the past few months.