Five Apps to Help You Stay Productive on the Road

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In this increasingly digital world, it’s never been easier to stay connected. Whether you’re traveling for work or pleasure, methods for keeping in touch with colleagues, clients, family and friends are at our fingertips. But staying focused on the road can be tricky.

We’ve compiled some of the best productivity apps to keep you on track when you hit the road.

G Suite

Google’s apps are free, but G Suite is a premium upgrade that offers perks like expanded storage, company emails and 24/7 support. We’ve barely scratched the surface on G Suite’s potential — head over here to explore all the options.


When you’re traveling, you won’t have to worry about carrying around sensitive information that could easily be lost, stolen or revealed over public Wi-Fi connections.


Todoist seamlessly links to your other apps to keep everything centralized and a handful of plugins make it super easy to pick up where you left off across multiple devices — a dream for anyone working and planning on the go.


This multifunctional tool is an all-in-one problem solver for organizing your train(s) of thought. Evernote lets you take notes, screenshot webpages or emails, bookmark sites to visit later, clip recipes or compile research organized by project. Everything is in one location and easily organized by whatever system works best for your brain.


Keep notes on distractions and your most productive times so you can plan accordingly — and make sure you incorporate leisure time so that work doesn’t overlap with time that should be spent enjoying your travels.

Originally published at on March 10, 2020.

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