In Pictures: 9 Top iPhone and iPad productivity and time management apps

These days everyone is trying to do more with less--and time is no exception. Learn how to squeeze the most out of your busy day using these time management and productivity apps for Apple's iOS devices.

The market share for Apple's iOS-based mobile devices has been climbing, and the availability of more economical iOS products will only increase those numbers, which have been held back by less expensive Android alternatives. According to ComScore, 41 percent of iPhone owners earn more than $100,000 and are 10 percent more likely than Android users to use social media daily, 7 percent more likely to access news and 15 percent more likely to visit online retail sites.

iPhone users tend to be power users, but they also enjoy their down time and that means being productive and managing their time, both at work and at home. To help you reach that goal, we pick the top nine time management and productivity apps for iOS.

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