I have been using this app for the past 4 months, and honestly it has helped me organize my days properly. I can’t go through my day without checking what my itenerary says. The app is beautiful, useful and helpful. All my friends wonder what i’m using to be so productive. I’d like to say thanks to the developers, you’re doing a great job!!!
Moleskin has created a great ecosystem with timepage and actions; calendars aren’t to do lists, and to do lists aren’t calendars so it makes sense that they’d be separate. The app is gorgeous, it works exactly how I want it to, and did I mention it does it all gorgeously? I’m being forced to switch to another app though simply because I don’t want to pay 23.99 a year to have the full experience the developers clearly intended for us to have. The fact I have to pay for timepage to unlock all of the features (including syncing to actions), and then pay for actions to even be able to make check list items for the calendar is a little bit of a slap in the face. For the time being I’m just making events and deleting them afterwards; is the ability to add to do items to a calendar really worth the asking price of 11.99? They just *intentionally* inconvenience you to pressure you into buying the annual sub to both. I’d be really happy if they made the to do items a feature of timepage, and maybe extend the functionality if you have the sub to actions; OR just offer a bundle subscription. I’d happily pay 15 bucks a year for both. But right now, they’re asking you to pay more than any other calendar/productivity app on the market, on an annual basis to have the full experience. Please address this at some point. I’m switching away for now, but I’d love to come back.
I have been enjoying it. I especially like how it syncs with Siri and the other apps. It does give a nice “picture” of ones day ahead. Being of a mature age, I am challenged in its use. I vow to be up to the challenge!
Before I can even get into the app I'm made to feel like a child and have to pick a favorite color. Why so condescending an introduction?? How about a simple, "pick a color" directive? Deleting.
I am fine paying for a subscription, but Moleskin forced you to have TWO separate subscriptions to show BOTH Calendar and To-Do. Any other apps will charge you a subscription for both. No matter how beautiful this app is, paying $22 per year for the privilege of having both Calendar and To-do to be shown in the app is just a poor money grabbing effort. Try Calendar 366 or Fantastical instead.
I love Timepage!!! It really helps me keep track of the things I need to do and get done in between. I use the original and Timepage:Actions! Both are amazing!!!
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.
I have Actions by moleskin and recently downloaded Timeline and I don’t understand why you need to buy the subscription for BOTH apps the payment should count for both. Nevertheless I continue to use Actions but I feel as if the payment for both is excessive.
I need a AW4 Infograph complication and apple reminders integration.
I really liked the app until it said I couldn’t add a event unless I had a membership. I mean why would I want to pay just to use a reminder app, in my opinion it is just a complete waste of money. I would keep this app if I did not have to pay