Smartphones to Help ADD/ADHD Adults Get Organized

Which smartphones, apps, and cell phones are best for ADD/ADHD adults? ADDitude readers sound off on which ADHD products help them stay organized at work and at home.

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For adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD), choosing the right tool for task and time management, such as a smartphone, is a critical part of staying organized. Which ones are most effective for ADD/ADHD adults: an Android-friendly device or an iPhone? A smartphone or a digital organizer like the iPod Touch? ADDitude community members share their tips for organizational success.

ADD/ADHD Adults: Will a Smartphone Help You or Not?

"I would suggest getting a smartphone only if you are used to carrying around a cell phone at all times. If you aren't, then it's something brand new you'll need to get used to." -jannarama

"I tried using a digital organizer, but I could never remember to recharge it. The last time I was faced with asking my husband to re-sync and reload my digital organizer because I had forgotten to, I instead went out and bought a Day-Timer-type paper planner. I do so much better!" -Wende B.

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