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.

Any.Do

Have you ever wondered why you can’t stick to your to-do list? Any.Do encourages you to build task-management rituals through the daily Any.Do Moment, which gets you to start each day by deciding which tasks you’ll complete, which you’ll delegate and which ones you’ll put off. In other words, it makes you mindful of your to-do list, forcing you to think about it rather than just glance at it every now and again. The app also trains you to think about the other people you must connect with to complete any given task. The second app on the platform, Any.Do Cal, integrates all sorts of activities to make your calendar more useful.

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