In pictures: 20 top Android and iOS productivity apps for 2014

Now that the holidays are over, reality has set in and you probably have a resolution or two to live up to. If any of your resolutions are along the lines of "be more efficient at work" or "find ways to boost productivity," you're in luck. These apps will help you meet and even exceed your work-related resolutions in 2014.

Sociidot

There are plenty of goal-setting apps out there, but what’s unique about Sociidot is that it attempts to shift your focus away from raw productivity to setting goals that actually matter. Most people push off grand goals in favor of everyday tasks. Sociidot helps you focus on the things you really want to do and motivates you to get them done. For each goal you create a Story. You populate each Story with Dots, which are tasks that you can do one at a time in order to get yourself closer to the goal. You assign each Story and each Dot a due date, so they won't be pushed aside by other less important tasks. The app also encourages you to include...

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