We’ve selected these apps based on their quality, user reviews, and overall reliability as a source of support for people living with ADHD. If you want to nominate an app for this list, email us at nominations@healthline.com.

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common childhood disorders. The American Psychiatric Association estimates that 5 percent of children have ADHD. But while many people associate ADHD with children, it can also be diagnosed in or carried into adulthood.

Living with ADHD as an adult has many challenges, from juggling work life and family life to prioritizing your long to-do lists. Fostering an environment of organization, routine, and positive encouragement can go a long way in helping you manage your condition and live a healthier life.

These ADHD apps aim to do just that, allowing you to log information and set reminders to keep you on track. Here’s a list of our best apps for both adults and children living with ADHD:

iPhone rating: ★★★★★

Android rating: ★★★★✩

Price: Free

Though Asana was made for businesses, it’s a great way to foster personal organization and management skills. You can create multiple projects, assign tasks, and set deadlines. The notification function keeps you abreast of important project phases, while the app also lets you comment on tasks and send notes to others involved in a project. The app allows up to 15 users for free, which is ideal for the whole family.

iPhone rating: ★★★★✩

Price: $1.99

Have a little fun as you plan professional or personal events, or encourage your child with ADHD to use this app. Turn chores into an adventure by setting goals or completing “quests” — much like a role-playing video game. Choose from five avatars (an in-app purchase) to destroy each task in front of you and earn loot.

iPhone rating: ★★★★★

Android rating: ★★★★✩

Price: Free

Coordinate, complete, and share tasks with this app. Construct your own to-do lists and set reminders about them, which can be shared via text, email, or social media. That’s also great if you want to delegate tasks to someone else but keep track of them. It also syncs across your devices and other apps including Gmail and Evernote. The subscription includes advanced sorting and color-coding options. Unlock even more features with their pro subscription.

iPhone rating: ★★★★★

Price: $4.99

Do you get overwhelmed with all the things you have to do that are… well, due? This sleek app allows you to set reminders so nothing falls through the cracks. It will keep pestering you until you mark off a task as completed or delete it. Customize alerts with a library of about 60 sounds. Another neat feature is that it automatically changes time zones for you and doesn’t require an internet connection.

iPhone rating: ★★★★✩

Android rating: ★★★★★

Price: Free

Evernote is a “digital notepad” that acts as a place to collect photos, videos, notes, and more. Pin digital articles and more to a note so you’ll remember to read it eventually. Or for speedy archiving, just snap a photo of a document and add it to your notebook — perfect for when you want to take a mental note of something but know you’ll probably forget about it. The app also lets you make to-do lists and set reminders to ensure you don’t miss a beat. Premium subscriptions on a monthly or yearly basis are also available.

iPhone rating: ★★★★✩

Price: $14.99

MindNode uses “mind mapping” to help you organize your ideas, which gives you a visual representation of your thoughts. The app claims that it can assist you in linking unrelated ideas, while helping you to rearrange and prioritize thoughts. Use the app to create, import, or add to maps and then access them as needed. Organize maps with nodes and color-coding, and turn nodes into actionable tasks for when you want to act on one.

iPhone rating: ★★★✩✩

Android rating: ★★★★✩

Price: Free

Keep tabs on all of your files — photos, documents, videos, and the like — and access those files anywhere with Dropbox. Just create an account and get access to files on any device using this cloud storage app. For kids with ADHD, it’s a great way for parents to manage homework. Dropbox is free with limited storage, but you can purchase more with a subscription.

iPhone rating: ★★★✩✩

Price: $9.99

Parents, teachers, and therapists can promote positive behaviors and milestones with this app, which doles out tokens to motivate and reward learners. It can be utilized by an unlimited number of users, making it ideal for a classroom. Set reminders to help time token administration and collect information about performance to tailor lesson plans.

iPhone rating: ★★★★✩

Price: Free

Momento acts as a digital journal, letting you capture moments with text, photos, and video. Tag people and places, which is helpful if you’re forgetful with details. The search feature helps you recall previous notes and it integrates with social media to let you share details there. Momento is free, but certain functions are only unlocked through in-app purchases.

iPhone rating: ★★★★★

Android rating: ★★★★✩

Price: Free

Get your priorities straight with Priority Matrix. This app will help you boost organization and prioritization skills. Users can work as a team to get on the same page about setting and accomplishing goals, or simply undertaking a project. Useful reminders and real-time task updates help keep you on track, and reports give you insight into how you’re managing your time. It can also be used with other tools such as email, calendars, Google Docs, and Evernote.

Android rating: ★★★★✩

Price: Free

Most people get distracted by social media or computer time — this app helps you rescue your time and prioritize what you’re doing so you don’t lose an afternoon to social media or other interruptions. In addition to tracking offline activities, RescueTime allows you to track time spent on mobile apps and voice calls. Set goals for your digital life and view your habits to see how they change over time. Privacy options allow you to control what gets monitored, too.

iPhone rating: ★★★★★

Android rating: ★★★★★

Price: Free

This app is hailed as a great way to capture your ideas and transform mental notes into digital to-do lists. Work on a professional project, start a grocery list, or plan a vacation. Lists can be shared and others can collaborate with you on those lists. Wunderlist syncs between your phone, tablet, and computer, so lists are accessible anywhere.

iPhone rating: ★★★★✩

Android rating: ★★★★★

Price: Free

Free up space in your mind by jotting down reminders with Todoist. It helps you organize errands into a to-do list using hashtags to better coordinate them. It also features color-coded priority levels to ensure things get done, and lets you view graphs of your productivity. An optional annual premium subscription is also available for taking your Todoist to the next level.

iPhone rating: ★★★★✩

Price: Free

You’d be surprised how much you can get done in a certain amount of time. 30/30 is the app that lets you create tasks and assign a length of time to accomplish them. Just enter the task and deadline, and start the timer. You can add tasks so the timer prompts you to move on to the next task at the right time. Control all of this task-jumping with gestures, like swiping left or right, for a more natural way to use the app. Multi-tasker? Enjoy using it with multiple lists. Plus, you can sync everything over iCloud.

iPhone rating: ★★★✩✩

Price: Free

Get a feel for how you’re spending your time and learn to optimize it with Fathm. View interactive color-coded charts that give you a breakdown of what you’re doing with your 24 hours in each day.

Android rating: ★★★★✩

Price: Free with trial

Keep track of your time with the least amount of effort needed using this app. Customize it to meet your daily activities, and then assign them icons that can be used to track your time with just a touch. All of the features are available for the first 30 days. Then, it’s just $1.49 a year.

iPhone rating: ★★★★★

Price: $4.99

Manage your time with this comprehensive app that offers plenty of features — including gesture controls — to better manage your time. You can add entries and notes, set alarms, and group related tasks. Reports give you a visual of your time management and the calendar keeps you organized. A subscription will unlock more features.

iPhone rating: Not yet rated

Android rating: ★★★★★

Price: Free

Start and stop work or project sessions, get a better feel for your daily productivity, and find out ways to best manage your time with Brain Focus. You can reward yourself with breaks during the session or at the end. This app features a simple, clean interface, plus reports that can help you focus on the tasks at hand.