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.

SmartTime Your day consists of many tasks and routine appointments. To help you manage them, SmartTime lets you integrate your daily schedule with your iPhone. When a new task or appointment is created, a person's name is selected from your contacts, which then integrates their phone number and address directly into the app. In a similar fashion, SmartTime lets you use email to share Smart tasks with other SmartTime users.

There are three ways to view data and tasks and events are combined in each of those views. The first view is Smart View, and it displays your agenda. Calendar View shows the same data in a standard day calendar. Focus View provides a list of "need to do," and "already done."

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