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This app is insane as far as the interface goes. You may think: “Why do I need another app just for my calendar, since I already have a native calendar app in iOS?” Well, because their interface is years, if not decades ahead of anything I’ve ever seen. They leverage swipes, 3D Touch, and everything an iPhone has to offer in ways that are just awesome. Honestly, it’s difficult to put into words how incredibly well designed, and FUNCTIONAL this app is. You have to experience it for yourself. Caveat: you need to dedicate some time to learning what gesture does what. There are gestures for a light touch, for a 3D Touch, for a swipe left or right, here or there... But it all is worth it. Sounds and feedback are somehow “gratifying”. Makes you feel like the phone “gets” what you just did. Again, it’s hard to put it into words. You have to dedicate some time to learning the interface and playing with it. But once you do, oh boy, you wish ALL other apps followed the same sleek interface. I’m paying their low fee and they deserved more. And no, I’m not a paid reviewer or advertiser. Believe me if you want to. But that’s my honest opinion. Try it yourself. Make sure to swipe and hear and feel how “tactile” and intuitive their interface is. Peace, be well everyone.
Purchased this beautiful, customizable calendar long before it became a subscription service. The developers seem responsive and back their product well with good customer service and prompt answers to questions. I love the ability to change colors or the way it displays my week on a whim. The countdown feature and widget are fun—please add the ability to add more than one countdown item to the Countdown widget, as it works with swipable calendar items displayed in the Today widget! More event icons would be fun—there’s definitely a lack of variety there. It would also be great to set the current date to display in the center of the screen, where the white arrow for settings unintentionally draws your eye. (This seems like the only true visual design flaw, but it’s a big one.) I haven’t ever really had any tech issues until this last update. Now I get frequent freeze-ups and need to restart. Since I was an early buyer I’m putting up with it, but I’m imagining your free trial and paid subscribers won’t. Please fix! Less time spent on scrolling transportation options (really, I don’t care how long it will take me to walk to Maine) and more focus on usability, plus a wider variety of event type icons would make this app perfect again. Thanks for a great calendar.
It works, which is good. The widgets are lovely. But why in the world make it so I have to pay monthly for Timepage AND Actions. They should be the same thing. I don’t want to delete events when I complete them, I’d rather just check them off and let Timepage acknowledge that and calculate my free time accordingly. I like to leave notes on events so I can go back and reference them if need be whether it’s assignment grades, why I need to reschedule, what I decided to eat, or how much I spent. I’m perfectly fine with spending money for something that works, but at this point I’m feeling like they just want me to throw money away. I paid for a year, and I’ve been using it since late December, but I think I’ll have to begin searching (yet again) for an option. There isn’t any assurance that there won’t be additional apps cropping up in the future that hold features that should have been in Timepage. (I do appreciate that they are really clear about the Timepage sub not carrying over to Actions in the Membership FAQ) It’s unfortunate that there aren’t many good options out there. Hopefully this helps some other people that are thinking about this app. If you don’t want any todo list options or things like that then this app should be great for you. I just don’t want to pay two subs when I could just go back to use spreadsheets for free. It’s not as pretty, but at least it’s free.
Overall I really like this app and have used it as my primary organization calendar for work on a daily basis. The main feature I don’t like on the app is the fact that the option to add an event or activity to the calendar is not available to you. Unless you go to the specific day in question. Unlike most organization apps there is no + at the top to add a new event. You always have to find a day, go to it, then hit the option to add in order to put something on your calendar. Is also not very easy to get back to the current day once you scroll thru the overview pages that shows all events. You basically had to swipe up until you get back to the main date or on the left page choose the date to go back to the overview page. It’s a good concept but has some basic functionality that would make it a lot easier to use if the steps weren’t there. I also don’t like the fact that the reminders app and the calendar app you have to sync them together but you can’t add a reminder while you’re in the calendar app. You shouldn’t have to have two separate apps pay for them separately and have them sync together it really adds extra steps to the process which makes it not as functional as it could be. Needs to be simplified a bit.
I do like Timepage on the iPhone but there are major problems with syncing the Apple watch app. In short, the sync is not automatic and continuous even though I have all the settings required by Timepage turned on. I have to kill Timepage on the phone and restart it to cause a sync. So if I forget to do this after making a change to my calendar, the watch app is incorrect. And since the forced sync only syncs one week at a time and there is no automatic sync, if I don't remember to kill/restart frequently, the watch app is blank after 7 days. I have reported this to the developers and I see in various forums that this is a long-standing problem that has yet to be successfully resolved. What's odd is that the behavior I describe above occurs on my watch 4, while on my watch 3, the sync appears to work but the watch app crashes immediately after displaying the current day. I have other calendar apps that do sync continuously and automatically to the watch so these issues are definitely due to the Timepage implementation. A final minor irritation, Timepage does not support the watch 4 Infograph face. So for the moment, I'm using Timepage on the iPhone and a different calendar app on my Infograph face. Unsure if I'll resubscribe or not.
Developed by Moleskine Srl.
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Last update was at Jan 07, 2020and the current version is 3.1.7.
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