It’s simple enough, thinking to complicated. Keeps everything where I need to see it clearly, helps my keep my life together!
I started using this app about 2 years ago. I use it every day! Worth the yearly $4 fee to get the added features. I sync it between devices and it is my ‘brain’. I was a Franklin Covey paper planner person and have completely given it up once I started using this app. I keep track of EVERYTHING on it - to do lists, paying bills, receipt tracking - I take photos and save them in the ‘notes’ section, appointments, etc. I love that I can search by any word and find it. This is like a diary to me. If I’m having an important meeting, phone call - I can open it up and take notes and refer back to the info as needed. If I was told I could only keep ONE app on my phone/ipad - this would be my choice!
Reminds me of the Franklin planner
PlannerPro is a decent app which essentially does what it’s suppose to do. That is why I am giving it stars. I really don’t have any complaints concerning its functionality. However, I am rather disappointed to see that it has gone to a subscription service! Just what, pray tell, do you get for all this money? And do you really own anything? How long are you going to keep paying? I boycott subscription services as they are never ending, expensive and keep the prices of apps high which is not advantageous for the consumer. They are plenty of comparable planner apps out there! I bought this app when it was a fixed price. I would have been happy to pay PlannerPro for an upgrade. As it is– I’ll either use this app as is or just move on to a better planner app wherein the developers are not interested in ripping me off!
This app does almost everything that I need to plan out my schedules across all my apple devices. I said almost because the app is $25 on the Mac OS App Store, and I haven’t buy it because I don’t think it will translate into the pro version on the mobile app. That plus they need to add split screen feature on the iPad so I could look at my appointment and event that is sent to me via email and input it onto the app. Overall good app, I just wish the Mac OS version is more accessible and will follow the subscription base model of the phone. I won’t even be mad if I subscribe on the phone the gain access to it.
As a mom with ADD this app has definitely helped me to get more things done and it’s an app that I have actually stuck with for quite sometime now. I love that I can pull up what’s on my calendar and tasks for the day by just clicking on that date and both appointments and tasks are listed at the same time. I don’t use the notes feature. The reason I gave it a four star is I think there should be an easier way to forward a task to the next day without having to actually open up the task to edit it.
This is the first planner/calendar I’ve tried that really works.
I have been using this for around 2 years and I love it. I used a Franklin planner for years and this is pretty close to it. The only thing I would like to see is the ability to actually write in it as well as type. I do like the typing because it keeps the planner looking neat, but sometimes I would like to circle an event or jot a short note next to an appt and it would be quicker just to write. But otherwise, it meets my needs and you can’t beat the price!
I’ve been using this for business and personal for a couple years now. It is terrific to highlight calendar items, organize and maintain to do lists, and future planning. I’d like to be able to print out longer notes I have created. If the program doesn’t have that capability, I’d suggest should be added.
Planner Pro meets all my needs. The only drawback is the number of steps it takes to transfer a task not completed to a new date.