Timepage

Timepage

By Moleskine Srl

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-05-28
  • Current Version: 2.8.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 147.76 MB
  • Developer: Moleskine Srl
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 2,708 Ratings

Description

Get Timepage – the most intuitive and delightful calendar app you’ll ever use. It's a powerful and fun way to get organised! “Fun to use and provides essential consolidated information in a way that makes you want to use your calendar.” – ZDNet “Moleskine Timepage keeps bringing us these terrific updates and enhancements, making the app better all the time. The exquisite interface and smooth animations already make the app not only beautiful but impressive.” – AppAdvice “The new calendar app Timepage will make you forget the rest.” – Gizmodo –––WHAT’S TIMEPAGE?––– Timepage is a revolutionary smart calendar that is effortless to use. It makes every day more productive by combining your events, maps, contacts and weather into one easy app. Beautiful Design: • Uncluttered, stunning design that let’s you see a whole week at a glance and scroll into the future to see what’s next. • Fully adjustable week calendar to show between five and ten days. • An intuitive month heatmap that instantly shows when you are busy and free • Personalise your calendar with authentic Moleskine themes colors • Apple Watch app with weather, useful travel time complications and glance. Plan Your Day: • See beautifully animated temperature and rainfall forecasts for the day so you know what to wear and how to get around. • Never be late again! Timepage automatically gives you travel time estimates to walk, cycle, drive or catch public transport to your events. • Timepage will give you helpful hints like “2 hours free after this event then Gym at 6pm”. • Widgets for weather and events so essential info is always a swipe away. It Just Works: • The easiest event creation of any calendar app, just type something like “Coffee with George at Monks” and let Timepage take care of the details. • Works with any calendar already on your iPhone like iCloud, Google, Outlook, Exchange, Facebook, Yahoo and CalDAV. • Fast background sync so your events are always up to date when you edit events on the web, your computer or iPad. • Search for events using Spotlight on your iPhone. • Advanced calendar features you need like repeating events, reminders, calendar colours, app icon badge customisation, 24 hour time and more. Download Timepage and make today more productive. –––MEMBERSHIP––– Timepage is a membership service with a free trial. Download the app free to try it out without restriction or registration. After the trial period you can choose to purchase a membership which allows unlimited use across all of your devices. Your calendar data is never deleted by Timepage, regardless of your membership status. Without an active membership, you can still use the app in read-only mode, without weather features. Calendar data will remain synced to your provider of choice (iCloud, Google etc). • Unlimited access on all your devices. • Both monthly and annual options available. Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless automatic renewal is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions and automatic renewal status in Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of the free trial peri​od will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. Privacy Policy: https://moleskine.helpscoutdocs.com/timepage-privacy Terms of Service: https://moleskine.helpscoutdocs.com/timepage-terms –––QUESTIONS?––– If you’ve got a question or something isn’t working quite right, you can contact us directly from the Menu > Help > Contact Support. Got a feature idea? Let us know at https://bonobo.canny.io/timepage –––THANK YOU––– We have put thousands of hours into creating Timepage. We read every single one of your reviews. If you enjoy using Timepage please take a minute to leave us a nice review, thank you!

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  • Yes...some minor issues...but these developers are always on top of updates so all will be well!

    5
    By ccalb8
    I’m having some issues with “Action” but they are minimal and if there’s anything I know about Timepage developers it’s that they have been more attentive and on top of updates than any other app I own and I’ve got 6 pages of apps. So, those reviews that are absolutely hammering the developers should have faith in the company that put Timepage on the map and just chill—I’m sure all will be seamless in time. Just a side question that the developers could answer for me....it’s not very clear how you can create different colored action tabs. My thought would be that you could put out a Timepage/Actions tutorial that could guide us through the merging of these two and give us a more clear understanding of how to navigate (at least for the time being until the UI becomes more clear cut). Just keep doing what you guys have been doing...even though some issues, 5 stars because I know it will be solid!
  • Locked out of my account

    1
    By jpmuzz
    After I paid for a full year subscription, I was locked out of my account. $12.00 lesson, thanks.
  • Sh*t support

    1
    By Raging Llama!!!
    Was liking this calendar. Enhanced by introduction of Actions. However, in account password not recognized for Actions. Made the mistake of logging-out of Timepage. Now, account password not recognized there either. Request for support by activating “forgot password” only sends user to “reset password” where one must sign-in with old password, completely ignoring the problem. Emails for additional support go unanswered. And all this for a subscription fee? Nice looking but worthless products.
  • Still Buggy

    1
    By Kolsky
    App froze up after last update. Temperature is always off. Etc. • regarding the developers response. Yes I have. Amongst other bugs; The App doesn’t show the correct date on the home screen either. I can only assume that the glowing reviews here are either people who don’t actually use the App on a day to day basis. Or they aren’t valid reviews.
  • Almost perfect

    4
    By The Golden Touch
    Previously, I would have never considered paying for a calendar app—until now. Clean and intuitive gives it 4 stars.iphone widget and daily digest gives it a nice touch. 3 things keep it from being perfect 1. Who is the meeting organizer? Is it me, I can’t see who the meeting requestor is. If I see a meeting on my calendar that has 10 participants I have no idea who sent the invite 2. I personally like to see a day view of my meetings plotted on a timeline (agenda view) so that I can quickly see openings in my day. See Outlook for Mobile app as a reference 3. When RSVPing to an invite it’d be useful if I can send a note to the organizer along with the RSVP. I.e., “gonna be 15 minutes late but I’ll totally be there!”
  • Now all we need is a check list!

    5
    By Alkope
    Incredible. I have replaced all my calendars with Timepage well over a year ago and I depend on it for everything. I have so many calendars that this works seamlessly with all my emails and appointments. The actions app had really helped in defining my actions items and appointments. Now all I need is a seamless list app that attaches to when I go to the grocery! Amazing amazing. Nice job, I can’t tell you have some serious creatives on the team. Finally, app development that matters!
  • Great Stuff, But...

    4
    By kbizz12
    I was “grandfathered” by virtue of being an early buyer of this phenomenal calendar app. I had to do a factory reset on my phone and reinstall which obviously put me through the rigamarole of this new membership business. The link in their FAQ didn’t work, nor did emailing them. I bit the bullet and purchased a subscription because I just couldn’t wait 3+ days to have my issue resolved. That’s why I’m happy to give four stars and pay this team $12. It’s a fantastic piece of software that makes me happy to be busy. I’d give it 5 if I could someday have the ability to WAY more conveniently switch on and off calendars. I love that I can scrub through them as per the standard UI functionality, but if I could just shut a few off and on with ease, this would be literally THE. PERFECT. CALENDAR. Keep it up!
  • An uncool trick on longtime users

    1
    By Carriebish
    I used to love this app but since the big recent update it won’t open. Of course, the way to solve this is to uninstall and reinstall but we were promised that long time users wouldn’t have to pay. Except, if I reinstall I become a new user and have to pay, which is a pretty uncool trick.
  • Dates and Calendars Deleted

    1
    By Mjxjd
    I LOVE the layout of this app. HOWEVER, 3 times now I have lost ALL my inputted calendars AND dates with notes. Not ONE response to my two emails, and no information on how to prevent this. I’m even own a membership now, and still am facing the problem! Don’t buy until there’s some news about this being fixed!!!
  • Terrible value! Needs work.

    1
    By hoorayberet00
    Updated review as of February 15, 2018: Well I have read the reason why the developers are charging for the app via subscription model, I still see it doesn’t how it justifies the price that they’re charging to the every day consumer. I can see them charging this price for businesses or corporations. It is most definitely not worth it. It’s sad because Timepage had some promise for a while. But there are other apps that are similar to this app but offer a once payment for life. And I would rather stick with that or until the app is truly superior in a way that I can’t find with other apps like 2Do or Things. Due 2 is another great app. It seems like Moleskine, overall, has a bad digital presence. Their own journaling app is a truly awful experience. And the alternative app - which is specific only to their hardware for digital journaling - is another terrible experience definitely not worth the price. The developers should really rethink what they are offering, allow different pricing options for consumers and re-price accordingly. I would rather provide constructive feedback because it seems like they really went through a lot of hard work for a product they feel is worth it. And from where I’m standing, this doesn’t look like it would be sustainable business model. Apple management allow for this type of pricing but some are openly skeptical of how successful it will be for many types of apps. Old review: Issues with latest update (1-31-17)... It looks like the latest update broke Apple Watch functionality on Watch faces. I'm not seeing any Watch complications on my Apple Watch with your app. I was using the Modular Watch face and other Watch faces and not seeing Timepage from the list of options to choose from when selecting what complication I want to choose for that Watch face. I did delete the Watch app and reinstalled it. I also removed the number of complications I had in Settings and that did not help. Were complications removed? Overall, for the app... I like that they continue to use 3D/Force Touch. I strongly wish they would fully integrate with iOS 10 (i.e.- use "Hey Siri"/SiriKit, integration with iMessage, better watchOS 3 support, Speech Recognition, Scribble text entry on Apple Watch). I wish you could make a diary entry and link it to your Moleskine journal based on calendar events. Or better yet, have the app be journal-agnostic and allow for follow ups into Day One journal. I do not like the fact that location services are being used too frequently. I'm no expert but it seems the developers could've designed/coded the app to use Geofencing or a better method to save on battery. The Apple Watch portion really needs work. It's pretty. But the complications aren't innovative. Why not have complications that show how many minutes until you need to leave for an appointment or until your next one will begin. Moleskine is usually known for its beauty. And this app is a decent attempt. There is no big "Wow" effects except that I love the Daily Briefing and the follow up option (when those functions work). You would think Moleskine would have some sort of "reminder" or "to-do" list. You'd also think they would have a real journal or diary format like their paper products that folks seek out. But not so...for now. The customer service is poor. When they respond, they are sometimes courteous but consistently less than helpful. I noticed they released a separate iPad app. This is a separate app and an added price. No way! Make a reminder and real journal/diary format (like Day One) and allow users to try out these add-on features and then charge a one-time fee. But a separate charge for the same app on iPad when Moleskine can't get their product to work correctly on iPhone and Apple Watch is awful and poor execution. I hope they re-think this. Moleskine, what are you doing?

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