Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a disorder that is commonly associated with children, but more than 9 million American adults also live with the condition. Adult ADHD can cause problems with executive function. This means people with the condition may have a hard time initiating tasks, following through, remembering things, or managing complexity.

Many people have found success in delegating important memory and productivity tasks to their mobile devices. Apps are available to help you organize, prioritize, and build structure into your life. We’ve rounded up the best apps for ADHD to help take the load off.

iPhone rating: 4.7 stars

Price: $6.99 with in-app purchases

Distractibility plays a big part in ADHD, but Due can set you back on track with reminders to do the important things. Increase your productivity by taking the variability out of the must-dos, like taking medication. Adding a reminder is easy, and the app design is super clean and sleek. When a reminder goes off, it continues to ping you in set intervals (say, every 10 minutes) until you mark the task as done.

iPhone rating: 4.4 stars

Android rating: 4.2 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Think of Evernote as your modern-day Trapper Keeper. Type in to-dos, add reminders, scan handwritten notes, take pictures to remind yourself of a task, and save websites and videos. A search function makes finding everything you’ve saved a breeze, so even if you’re not the best with organizing your folders, Evernote can help you find what you need when you need it. Evernote is a great choice to jot down those stray thoughts to pursue later so you can stay on task now.

iPhone rating: 4.7 stars

Android rating: 4.6 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Sometimes even the simplest tasks have multiple steps. Increase your chances of getting them done, and increase that feeling of accomplishment, by creating task lists with their own subtasks. Assign due dates to each and add notes that lend helpful information, like locations, passwords, details, messages, or addresses that you need to complete the tasks. The app can remind you of upcoming due dates with your choice of mobile notifications, emails, or texts. The app’s map feature is a game changer for running errands, too — it plots your tasks so you can plan the most efficient route for checking items off your list.

iPhone rating: 4.7 stars

Android rating: 4.6 stars

Price: Free

Asana is a free organization and collaboration tool. Use it to create to-do lists and add due dates and details. Asana is great for adding structure to your professional life, too, as it allows for team collaboration: assign tasks to others, view tasks in project boards, and keep tabs on what’s been assigned to you and others. When you’ve assigned out a task, it remains visible, meaning you won’t lose track of or duplicate tasks.

iPhone rating: 4.8 stars

Android rating: 4.6 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Get things out of your head and onto a list that stays with you, pings you, and motivates you to be productive with Todoist. With the quick-add feature, just type in a task, reminder time, and hashtagged list category, and the app takes care of all the organization. You can also set recurring reminders, so you can spend less time working in the app and more time getting stuff done. Track your productivity with Todoist’s progress summary, which clearly displays how many tasks you’ve completed and how many are waiting for your attention.

Android rating: 4.4 stars

Price: Free

This time management app keeps you from using your phone as a distraction. Brain Focus blocks apps and quiets your notifications so phone distractions are not an option when you need to focus. The app uses the Pomodoro method of setting time on-task and time off-task. Use it when you need to focus, and the app will count down your selected time while locking you out of the apps you’ve selected as distracting. Brain Focus also uses your countdowns to track how long you’ve spent working in self-selected categories, such as work, school, chores, reading, meditation … whatever you’ve decided that suits your needs best.

iPhone rating: 4.7 stars

Android rating: 4.7 stars

Price: $7.99

Have you ever longed for a map of your mind so you could remember when, where, or why you came up with an idea, or what you had to finish today? Well, that’s what this app is all about: SimpleMind Pro+ allows you to develop a complex map of your thoughts, ideas, and to-do lists. The app also lets you upload media like documents and voice memos to go along with your information, create logical branches of related ideas and topics, and (perhaps most importantly) be able to retrace your train of thought.

iPhone rating: 4.6 stars

Android rating: 4.5 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Trello began as a tool for project managers, product managers, and software developers, but the app’s incredibly intuitive organization interface makes it useful as a planning and organization tool for almost anything — whether it’s grocery lists, planned to-do lists, or even just organizing your thoughts. Use checklists, project folders, and more as well as share your app information with other users.

iPhone rating: 4.5 stars

Price: $4.99

When you have a lot to do or a lot on your mind, it can feel overwhelming without an end seemingly in sight. Clear Todos helps break down the things you have to do into clear-cut, digestible, color-coded, and organized lists so that you don’t have a mountain of sticky notes or scribbled reminders all over your desk, your bed, and your life.

iPhone rating: 4.7 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Writing down what you have to do or what’s going on in your head shouldn’t feel like a chore. Bear gives you a simple, visually appealing interface to jot down your thoughts or keep your to-do lists organized and encrypts them with simple password protection. You can also tag your notes so that you can easily keep all your related thoughts in one place, even if you write them down at different times or in different forms.

iPhone rating: 4.6 stars

Android rating: 3.1

Price: Free with in-app purchases

The more you have to do, the less it can feel like an accomplishment to get things done. The Productive Habit Tracker lets you develop a personalized routine that you want to follow, and acknowledges when you follow your predetermined tasks or meet a daily goal for many days in a row. You can plan tasks that are as big or as small as you want, so you can plan out your day to accomplish both what have to do and what you want to do.

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