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Who says calendards can't be fun?<br><br>Vantage takes the mundane out of scheduling. In part because it works well and is easy to use, but also because of useful visual cues like colors, stickers, book covers and stacks. Visual cues makes understanding a long list of stuff easier, and can help you understand your daily life better. Sort of like doodles in a physical book can help you remember notes.<br><br>Picked by Apple as the "App of the Day" on the App Store in 2019.<br><br>Stacks<br>Stacks are a really cool way of summarising days. It reduces clutter and visualises how much is on your plate. The higher the stack, the more things you got planned. Tap any stack to peek it’s contents.<br><br>Integrated To-Dos<br>To-dos live in little notebooks right next to the main timeline. To set a due date, just drag a to-do and drop it on a date. You also get to customise your books with a pre-set book cover, or even a photo from your camera roll.<br><br>Color Tags and Stickers<br>Visual cues makes long lists of stuff so much easier to read. Pick from a variety of funky stickers or color tags to let events either pop or feel connected.<br><br><br>Features in summary<br><br>- Natural Language Input<br>- Custom Repeat Rules<br>- Custom Alerts<br>- Syncs with iOS Calendar, Google Calendar, Exchange, Facebook<br>- Use colors, stickers and fonts as search tags, super useful!<br>- Useful widget calendar in notification centre<br>- Keep To-do lists in Notebooks<br>- Drag and drop To-dos to due dates<br>- Location through Apple or Google Maps<br>- Inbox for event invites<br>- Send email reply to invites and group email all attendees<br>- Week numbers<br>- Absolutely no ads<br>- Supports iCloud, Google or Exchange calendaring accounts<br><br>Featured by the App Store in 'Stay on Schedule', as the 'Free App of the Week' and in 'New Apps We Love'.<br><br>Pay a visit to our web or twitter if you're curious for more.<br><br>http://twitter.com/vantage_by_44<br>http://vantageby44.com<br><br><br>"A More Visual Way To View Your Calendar"<br>- Lifehacker<br><br>"Vantage [...] gives you the best view of everything you've got going on"<br>- Gizmodo<br><br>"It breaks the mold and offers an entirely new way to organize your life. Plus, it’s very easy on the eyes."<br>- AppAdvice<br><br><br>For support, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
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I have used iPhone native calendar, google calendar, and planner pro over the years. I found this, stumbled onto this app, and thought I would check it out. Frankly I liked the graphite clean look of the screen I found in the App Store and thought I would check it out. Wow what a neat app. Clever and stylish in looks but very capable in what it does = a great calendar AND Task manager in one fun little app. I don’t normally get impressed by iPhone apps, but this one surprised me. I almost didn’t download it because of the in app purchase price of $9.99, I was concerned that it might be some kind of silly monthly fee, but it was a one time purchase that opens up all the features. By the way they give you free access to begin with so you can try them all out, they call it points, when you get to zero points you have to make a decision as to whether you want to unlock all the features by paying the one time fee. Needless to say I paid one time fee and I am quite happy with what the app does. The only issue I am having, it is probably not the app, I am having a bit of a battery drain issue. It’s not a significant drain but it is a noticeable drain so I will continue to watch it. I am running an iPhone 6 with a replaced battery.
I don’t leave reviews, but had to for this app. It looks gorgeous. Navigation is intuitive. The color scheme can be customized. Adding events are easy. You can also see your week at a glance with the days broken out by hour, which is exactly what I was looking for. This novel way of scrolling through your days a la Star Wars, and expanding and collapsing your events from view is surprisingly useful. I had thought it would be more for show than function and I was wrong. You sync your calendar and reminders with this and it combines it into a powerful and beautiful productivity app. This is, at its core, a clinic in how design can be used to help improve people’s interface with tech. I can’t say enough good about it, especially after downloading and subsequently deleting other apps that look awful, are unnecessarily complex, or glitchy. There’s a one time fee of 9.99 to unlock all features, and for all the other developers carving off a part of your hard earned income with insane monthly subscriptions, is a complete steal. I’m so glad I found this app. Give it a download. It’s free to try. I know I’m done looking around. This is it.
When I first downloaded this app a few months ago I was so excited to use it. The design is great and I love the integration of to do lists and calendar in one place. However I have noticed two major issues with the app which have occurred again and again. The first is that when you cross time zones the app will randomly change the time of events. I am a graduate student and frequently travel from one time zone to another to visit family and friends, and I began to notice that events in my vantage calendar were changing times. At first I thought I input them incorrectly; however, since my calendar syncs with my Apple calendar, I was able to confirm that I had not entered the events incorrectly as the correct times were noted in the Apple calendar. The second issue is that the app frequently loses to do items or events altogether. Again I was able to confirm that this was not my error since the numerous reminders and events which Vantage has lost are still in my Apple calendar and reminders apps. These issues are huge. I have almost missed multiple meetings and deadlines because I was relying on the accuracy of my calendar and almost missed a flight because of these issues. Honestly I was so excited about this app but now I wish I had not purchased it. Until they fix these issues I would say that you shouldn’t waste your money.
So I've used Apple calendar for a long time, and switched back and forth with Google calendar and other apps. Until now. This thing is freaking awesome! Finally an app developer with some common sense. Let's put our reminders/to-do list items within the same application as our calendar... Sounds like a simple yet rational thought, right? Well until this app, I have yet to find another app that pulls everything together so seamlessly with a beautiful interface that's clean and stylish. You have this futuristic look, but not overstated scrolling star wars style calendar which is really cool. But if you don't like it, you can simply swipe to the left and all your calendar events show up in a regular scheduler style. Swipe to the right and all of your reminders are there and sorted into little booklets for you... And they show up in your calendar! There is a $10 one time charge to use the full functionality of the app, but come on?! Your calendar and reminders are your life! $10 is so worth the cost. Plus it saves the you the hassle of flipping between applications. Don't be a cheap skate and pay it! You'll be glad you did!
To date, No refund has been issued. At this point it’s no longer about the money, it is the principle that I’m being jerked around. Do not buy this app. I’ve had this app since last October. Initially, it seemed to operate fine and I liked it a lot. That was until it started creating events in my calendar that I did not create nor could I delete them. When the developer did finally reach out, they said it must have been events from my email. Um, no. These were not from my email. Then, I started having large groups of tasks and appointments disappear. Not stuff that was several months old, as they suggested, because I’ve only had it for less than 3mths, but events in the last few weeks. Everything defaulted to the standard font. When I sent emails to Vantage letting them know about these issues I was ignored. The only contact I received were their automated reply suggesting that I look at their FAQs and a blow off about a refund. How are FAQs going to solve technical glitches like these? I have sent numerous emails since letting them know about the problem along with requesting a refund. Basically I’ve been scammed out of $. I don’t recommend getting this app or syncing any of your calendars with it. Just flashy and pretty, otherwise useless if you want a reliable calendar.
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Vantage Calendar is ranking in Productivity & Utilities
Last update was at Jan 20, 2020and the current version is 3.3.5.
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