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Can't Stop Procrastinating? There's (12) Apps For That

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    Introducing LadyBits, an ultra-cool collective of tech journalists who look at the world with smart, lady lenses. And, since we're always in the market for the best stuff out there, we'll feature its know-how on the regular.
    Introducing LadyBits, an ultra-cool collective of tech journalists who look at the world with smart, lady lenses. And since we're always in the market for the best stuff out there, we'll feature its know-how on the regular. Below, check out one of LadyBits' innovator spotlights, prepared by Lauren Appelwick, especially for Refinery29.

    Every day it seems like there’s a new app or productivity tool out there & it can be hard to keep track of them all. And, even though I keep an eye on fantastic new apps and digital products, and I’d like to think I can rattle off The 8 Best Apps for Making Your Life Awesome, I’m always delighted to discover that there are even better products out there that I’ve never heard of.

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    So, I turned to my fellow ladies and asked: What are the productivity helpers that you find yourself constantly recommending? What are the apps and gadgets and browser extensions you can’t live without? What’s that one amazing product I don’t know about? We put our heads together and came up with some pretty great recommendations that will delight even the most tech-savvy of you out there.

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