Mobile users have been increasing every day to be precise and literally, everyone on the planet owns a smartphone. Thanks to the cheapest mobile manufacturers who made smartphones affordable to everyone.
So, In this article let us discuss the top android apps that help students to be focussed on their work and become more productive at least by a small percent.
These apps are not sorted in any order and they are special on their very own order as they seem to do something out of the box and increases the chances of students to concentrate on their work rather than buzzing around social feeds and games.
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Technology can be a distraction and also it can itself help you out of this distraction and makes you complete your work on time and keep you concentrated.
Some of the best concentration apps that really work are as follows,
● Focus ToDo
● Focus Booster
Engross is a self-motivation app that has a simple and clean interface that helps you monitor urself all by yourself. Because this app houses a button called “I’m Distracted” which is clicked by the user whenever he is districted.
This Button when clicked shows you some of the motivational quotes to you and this will boost up your energy level for sure and this app encourages you to reduce the number of times you hit this button.
Engross is a smart concept that lets us analyze ourselves and improve our concentration every day that is completely out of our wishes and interests.
#2 Focus ToDo:
Focus To-Do is a set of features that are combined together that helps you be focused to do small tasks and also enjoy some rewards at the end. The main feature of the app is the Pomodoro meter.
This app lets you schedule a 25-minute task and upon completion, the app lets you have a 5-minute break at the end.
This app features to do planner and task scheduling features that keep you updated on the task timely by providing reminders and keeps you focussed. This app may help you if you have smaller daily tasks that need more concentration.
Freedom is one of the more popular distractions blocking apps that you can use to prevent yourself from being sucked into timewasters like games or social media. You can select any apps from your phone which you want to be blocked while you have Freedom enabled.
You can also block websites. By default, the app blocks access to Facebook, Instagram, and Netflix websites. You can add your own domains to the block as well if you want.
You activate the blocks by clicking “Start a session” on the homepage, then you can work without being distracted. For more flexibility, you can set Freedom to run at specific days and times, and assign custom blocklists to your schedules.
#4 Focus Booster:
Focus Booster is another simple and minimal productivity timer app. It has a pleasing pastel color scheme, although there is also a dark mode available if you prefer that.
Set the amount of time you want to work for and the app will start the countdown. Then, it will remind you once your session is complete. The app shows a notification on your lock screen so it’s easy to see at a glance how much longer you need to work for.
There’s an option to time your breaks as well and to adjust the length of your break times. Timesheets and session graphs are handy for freelancers to demonstrate the hours spent on assignments.
If you’re looking for something fun and different, try Forest. When you want to focus on a task, you “plant a tree.”
As you work, the tree will grow from a seedling to tree and get taller and taller. But if you switch to another app, the tree is killed. This discourages you from playing on your phone when you’re supposed to be working.
You can customize the duration of your work sessions. As you work, you’ll see a beautiful and calming forest growing on your phone. Keep earning rewards and unlock different tree species to plant for a richer “virtual forest” with this gamified timer.
Space is a beautiful concentration app. You can set goals for how long you want to concentrate each day and track your daily progress.
Other tools include blocking of apps and notifications, dimming your screen to make your phone less appealing, and getting reminders to stay on track.
There are profiles for different types of users as well—whether you’re someone who gets distracted because you want to check the latest news headlines, or you’re someone who wants to catch up with what your friends are up to on social media.
The GoodBye Part:
These are some of the apps that got my attention and even helped me to get focussed on my works and I hope this helps you to.
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