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10 Powerful iPad Apps to Organize Teachers' Workflow and Enhance Their productivity

March 25, 2017
When it comes to organizing one's workflow and enhancing productivity iPad can do wonders. There are a wide variety of wonderful apps you can utilize to transform your digital experiences and be more productive. The collection below features some of favourite picks in this regard. These are apps that can help facilitate your workflow, manage your tasks and to-do lists, create, share  and sync your files and documents across different devices and platforms. We invite you to check them out and share with us your feedback in our Facebook page.

10 Powerful iPad Apps to Organize Teachers' Workflow and Enhance Their productivity


  1- Google Keep

Google Keep is an excellent tool to use for creating digital sticky notes. You can use both text and images to capture and share your notes.  You can also use it   to create to-do lists and bookmark content from the web.It has an intuitive and user friendly interface that makes it way simpler to navigate and control than is the case with several other note-taking apps out there.

2- Evernote

Like Google Keep, Evernote is another handy app to use for taking notes, creating to-d lists and saving things you find online. You can also your device’s camera to scan and digitize your printed or handwritten documents and notes.

3- Workflow

‘Workflow is your personal automation tool, enabling you to drag and drop any combination of actions to create powerful workflows for your iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Workflow includes over 200 actions, including those for Contacts, Calendar, Maps, Music, Photos, Camera, Reminders, Safari, AirDrop, Twitter, Facebook, Dropbox, Evernote, iCloud Drive, and Health, to name a few.’

4- Trello

‘Trello gives you perspective over all your projects, at work and at home. Whether it's managing a team, writing an epic screenplay, or just making a grocery list, Trello is your sidekick for getting things done and staying organized.’

5- Google Sheets

This is an excellent app to use for creating editing and collaborating with others on spreadsheets. All of your sheets are saved and synced and can be accessed across different devices and platforms.

6- InFocus Pro

This is a pricy app but combines four functionalities: a calendar, to-do list, checklists, and notes and projects.’A great tool to easily get organized. InFocus Pro comes with indispensable tools for staying organized so you can get things done quicker and have more free time to do the things you love.’

7- Notability

Notablility is a powerful note taking and PDF annotating app. You can use it to ‘ take notes, sketch ideas, annotate PDFs, mark-up photos, record lectures, provide audio feedback and more. It is uniquely designed for each device to provide the best note taking experience at school, at home, and at work. And with iCloud, your notes are always up to date.’

8- DocuSign

Looking for a good app to use for electronically signing documents? DocuSign is a good option to start with. It enables you to fill out and sign documents for free, send documents for others to sign, and securely save, manage and access your documents from anywhere.

9- Scrivener

This is one of our favourite writing software out there. We have reviewed it several times in the past. It provides some really good features to help you take your writing experience to the next level. ‘Whether you plan or plunge, Scrivener works your way: meticulously outline every last detail first, or hammer out a complete draft and restructure later. Or do a bit of both. All text sections in Scrivener are fully integrated with its outlining tools, so working with an overview of your manuscript is only ever a tap away, and turning Chapter Four into Chapter One is as simple as drag and drop.’

10- Google Drive/ Dropbox


These are two of our favourite file storage platforms. They allow you to save, share, sync and access your files anywhere you are.