5 Top Apps for Freelancers
Boost your productivity with these great tools
There’s an app for that
Whether you’re trying to take control of your schedule, edit photos, or find an alternative to Microsoft Office – there’s probably a great app out there for you.
We’ve handpicked 5 of our favourite applications to use as freelancers.
A powerful editing tool, Figma is perfect for a range of design related tasks. From creating social media graphics, to drafting a website UI, Figma is a great option.
Best of all, Figma is free to use. Collaborate with clients and colleagues to work simultaneously. Link here.
Avoid distractions and write with purpose using a dedicated word processing app. For books, scripts, copy, notes, essays, and articles, this app has you covered.
Featuring built-in proofreading and an array of organisational tools, Ulysses is the ultimate app for writers. Available on Mac OS, link here.
A long-standing favourite for creatives, Adobe Lightroom sets the standard for editing. Turn your pictures into works of art – from your tablet, computer, or phone.
Lightroom is available across a range of devices, and you can start with a 7-day free trial. Link here.
Never forget with Evernote. This note taking app is the best in the business for writing notes to keep across all your devices.
Use it to log research, keep reminders, and save links. Not only a handy tool for freelancing, but also for your day-to-day life – use it as a shopping list! Link here.
Last on our list is a fantastic to-do list/task manager, that allows you to compartmentalise your tasks for the day.
Keeping track of your work and staying organised is a vital component of freelancing. Todoist synchronises across your devices to make sure you can keep track of your progress, wherever you are. Link here.
An app a day
These are just a handful of apps built to make life a bit easier. There are so many options that it can make your head spin, so hopefully this is a simple place to start.
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