In Pictures: 11 time management and productivity apps for Android

In the demanding world of IT, it seems as if everyone's workload has increased, making productivity and time management critical workplace skills. Balancing it all can seem unmanageable, but help is at your fingertips--if you know where to look. These 11 Android apps will help you get the most out of your busy day.

Evernote Evernote brings the various aspects of your life together in an attempt to simplify the tasks you have to deal with throughout the day. It's well-suited for those times when you have a thought, concept, idea, URL, video, song, product or anything you want to save for later.

Evernote lets you take notes and photos, create lists, and record voice memos. The virtual audio-visual notes become searchable from anywhere you have access to the app, whether it's on your phone, tablet or other Internet-connected device.

Price: Free

Extra: Evernote offers an add-on called EverClip. If you can see it on the Web, you can save it Evernote: URLs, images, text and more. This alone saves time for IT workers, Web developers and techies in general.

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