Continuing our spring cleaning series, today we are featuring the top spring cleaning mobile apps. Culling through the Internet, I have found 12 mobile cleaning apps from four articles that are worth your time.
New York Times
Two days ago, the New York Times, published an articles detailing its top spring cleaning mobile apps. Here are my top 4
|Cleaning Checklist||Auto-populate cleaning checklists for your home||Apple|
|Wanderlust||To-do list and task management||Apple, Android|
|Cozi||To-do list and calendar app aimed at families and groups||Apple, Android|
|Evernote Scannable||Digitize old documents||Apple|
|Genius Scan||Digitize old documents||Apple, Android|
MakeUseOf (For Android Users Only)
|Good Housekeeping Home||All the tips and tricks from the magazine||Android|
|Clutter Rescue||Mobile app for the Clutter Rescue site. Users gain access to site’s videos and how-to articles.||Android|
|HomeRecruiters||Organizes cleaning tasks into particular times of the day||Apple|
|SimplyUs||Good app for couples who clean together||Apple|
|Spring Cleaning Checklist||· Helps create checklists for every room of your house.
· Gives you tips for organizing family spring cleaning days
· Includes videos
|ChoreBank||· Kids help with chores
· Setting up a chore list
· Assign monetary value to each chore
· Know when a chore has been completed
· Make deposits into your child’s account.
For more on this series, below are the two preceding spring cleaning articles:
Spring cleaning: http://positivitychange.com/2016/03/this-week-in-positive-change-management-spring-cleaning/
5 Areas in Need of Spring Cleaning: http://positivitychange.com/2016/03/week-pcm-5-areas-need-spring-cleaning/
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