What’s On My iPhone: Productivity Edition (Early 2024)

It’s all about using the correct apps that work for you!

Dom Kwolczak

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The iPhone 14 Pro Max has been my daily driver since December, and I think it’s a brilliant phone. I mean, it’s not the latest phone from Apple, but does that really matter?

I guess the main thing that matters is that the phone works for me incredibly well, especially when it comes to productivity.

The main reason I decided to return to the iPhone was because of all the apps that I missed having on my Google Pixel 7 Pro. Don’t get me wrong, I think that the Google Pixel 7 Pro is an excellent phone, but it was the apps that made the real difference for me with my last iPhone.

That is why I decided to share the productivity apps that I use on my iPhone, as well as some of the things I do to help me be more productive.

So, in no particular order, here are the things that are on my iPhone…

Apple Reminders

Before I switched to Android over 2 years ago, I was a massive fan of Things 3. I used the app for practically everything and when I switched to Android, I found it incredibly difficult to find a substitute that was good enough.

When I moved back to the iPhone, something strange happened. I found myself no longer enjoying Things 3, I mean it’s a great app, but it just wasn’t working for me.

The app that did work for me, and it’s one that I continue to use today, is Apple Reminders, I mean, can you blame me? The app has a nice interface, and it works incredibly well with the Apple ecosystem.

I can view my reminders on my watch, use Siri to set reminders and, most importantly of all, I can organise my reminders into groups.

Apple Calendar

Staying on with the Apple apps, my current go-to calendar app is Calendar, which works incredibly well on both my phone and my watch.

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