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11 Most Helpful Apps for Forgetful People

11 Most Helpful Apps for Forgetful People

The perfect selection for you to never miss anything anymore.

With the busy pace of life today, it’s challenging to keep track of everything. Between work, family, and social obligations, our minds are constantly running at full speed. As a result, it’s not uncommon for people to forget things from time to time. 🤯

While forgetting things can be frustrating, there’s no need to worry. There are plenty of helpful apps available that can make it easier to stay on top of it all.

Whether you’re forgetful by nature or just need a little help staying organized, here are 11 apps that can come in handy. 👇

11 apps to improve your life management and never forget a thing

1. Evernote

Remember everything and tackle any project with your notes, tasks, and schedule all in one place

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Evernote is a versatile app that you can use for everything, from taking notes to creating to-do lists. Available for desktop, iOS, or Android devices, and with a web version, it’s perfect for forgetful people who need a little help staying organized.

You can upload documents and even share notes with others so you can collaborate with ease.

Pricing 🪙

  • Free plan offers plenty of features, with up to 2 devices and has no access to offline editing

  • Personal plan, at €7.99/month, gives you offline editing, higher limits for note size and monthly uploads, and allows you to sync unlimited devices

  • Professional plan, at €9.99/month, is integrated with Slack, Microsoft Teams, and other apps and lets you export notes as pdfs, amongst other features

2. Todoist

Become focused, organized, and calm, and achieve more every day

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Todoist helps you stay on top of your to-do lists on your desktop, iOS, and Android devices, and as a web browser extension. With this app, you create projects, break them down into tasks, set deadlines, and receive reminders, so nothing falls through the cracks.

You can also share your lists with others and delegate tasks to others in your team.

Pricing 🪙

  • Free plan gives you a limited number of projects, uploads, and collaborators and shows you one-week activity history

  • You can upgrade to Pro for €4/ month to manage up to 300 projects with 25 collaborators

  • For teams, the Business plan, at €6 per user and month, gives you increased capacity, a team inbox, and the ability to set up an admin role

3. Curiosity

One search for everything: from all kinds of files and apps

Curiosity: Nothing is really lost until Curiosity can’t find it

With so many apps, folders, emails, and accounts, it can be really hard to remember where everything is and to find what you’re looking for. Curiosity is a powerful search app that connects with the tools you already use, including your files and messages, as well as cloud apps like Dropbox, Google Workspace, or Slack.

This way you can find everything in one place and search for any information you need easily. That saves you time and avoids frustrating searches on different platforms, which increases your overall efficiency.

Pricing 🪙

  • Curiosity is available for free on Windows and Mac, with integration to up to 5 cloud apps, a launch command bar, contacts, and spaces

  • If you upgrade to the Personal plan for 3.99€/ month, you can connect unlimited personal apps and search in file contents

  • The Pro version, at 9.99€/ month, lets you access business apps and has an even faster indexing

4. Remember the Milk

You’ll never forget the milk (or anything else) again

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Remember the Milk helps you get your to-do lists out of your head and onto your devices. It lets you create tasks with a due date, priority, repeat options, and tags.

With a desktop app, a web app, and a mobile version, it’s easy to access your lists and add items on the go. You can even get reminders by email, messaging, text, or Twitter to make sure you never forget a thing.

Pricing 🪙

  • Free plan gives you access to all the basic functionalities and is powerful enough for the day-to-day management

  • If you upgrade to the Pro version for $39.99 per year, you can work offline, share lists with an unlimited number of users, and sync the app with Microsoft Outlook

5. LastPass

Password management from anywhere

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If you’re forgetful when it comes to passwords, LastPass is a helpful app to have. It securely stores your passwords and other sensitive information in one place, on your desktop or iOS and Android mobile devices.

With LastPass, you only need to remember one master password, and the app will take care of the rest. You can also generate strong passwords for new accounts and use the app to fill in online forms with ease.

Pricing 🪙

  • Free plan gives you the basics, including password storage, generator, and autofill for web forms on one device

  • Premium plan, at $3/ month, gives you access on all devices and emergency access

  • Families plan, at $4/month, gives you six individual vaults, and a family dashboard

6. Intuit Mint

See it all at a glance when you link your cash accounts, credit cards, investments, and bills

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Intuit Mint helps you get a better handle on your finances and make sure you don’t forget any payments. The app gives you an overview of your spending, shows you where you can cut back, and helps you set up a budget.

You can also use Mint to track your investments and get insights into your portfolio. It’s available on your desktop or iOS and Android mobile devices.

Pricing 🪙

  • The app is free to use, although it comes with ads

7. Google Keep

Save your thoughts, notes, lists, photos, and audio wherever you are

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Google Keep is a helpful app for keeping track of all your thoughts and ideas on the desktop app, on your web browser, or on your iOS and Android mobile devices. It lets you quickly jot down notes, create to-do lists, and even set reminders. You can also add images and audio to your notes, so you can have all of your information in one place.

Plus, with Google Keep’s integration with other Google apps, it’s easy to keep your notes organized and accessible across all your devices.

Pricing 🪙

  • Google Keep is free, you just need a Google account to use it

8. TickTick

From family weekend plan to teamwork, share lists and assign tasks on the go

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TickTick is another productivity app for staying on top of your to-do lists. It has all the features you would expect, such as creating tasks with a due date, adding notes, or sharing your lists with others. And its reminder system has some powerful customization options, so you can make sure you never forget a thing.

It’s available as a desktop app, on your web browser, or on your iOS and Android mobile devices.

Pricing 🪙

  • Free plan has most of the main features available, with some limits, such as the number of lists or reminders you can create

  • Premium plan, at $27.99 a year, gives you much higher limits and access to advanced features, such as different calendar views or reminders for sub-tasks

9. Pocket

Save interesting stories, read them whenever

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Pocket lets you save articles, videos, and other web content to view later. It’s great for when you’re short on time but don’t want to forget any interesting reads you find. You can add content to your Pocket from wherever you are, on your desktop or on your iOS or Android devices.

The app also offers you reading recommendations according to your interests — with the best articles out there.

Pricing 🪙

  • With the free version, you can have the basics, such as saving articles and videos for later

  • Premium version, at $4.99/ month or $44.99/ year, gives you extras, such as a permanent library, unlimited highlights, and full-text search

10. Wonder

If you think you’ll forget it, just tell Wonder

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Wonder is a helpful app for getting quick answers to all sorts of questions that are easily forgotten. Feed Wonder with any information you might want to remember later. Then, when you need it, just ask a question and the bot looks it up for you and answers in seconds.

The app can be used in integration with Slack, Facebook Messenger, Google Home, or Amazon Echo, and an iOS version is on its way.

Pricing 🪙

  • The app can be used for free

11. Google Calendar

Spend less time managing your schedule and more time enjoying it

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The best way to avoid forgetting what’s going on in your life is to put everything you do on one calendar. Google Calendar is one of the most popular calendar apps, and it’s great for managing your schedule.

Plus, it’s integrated with other Google apps, so you can access your schedule across all your electronics from the desktop app, on your web browser, or on your iOS and Android mobile devices.

Pricing 🪙

  • The calendar is free to use and it integrates with Google Workspace

Wrapping up

There are a lot of fantastic apps out there for you to never again forget anything. They are a great help so that you can stay on track and be more productive. Even the simplest things, like using a calendar or writing down all your to-dos, can already make a big difference.

What’s really important is to find the ones that work best for you and your lifestyle, so make sure to experiment with different apps and see which ones help you the most.

And if you’re struggling to stay on top of things with so much information to handle, it’s worth giving Curiosity a try! 😉

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