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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by cudo, Aug 30, 2008.
hi, need an app so that i can put my timetable, dates , assigments and so on ?
any advice ?
the calendar app and iprocrastinate are good chocices
and how do i put timetable in any of them ?
po prostu pisać w kalendarze twój plan lekcji. Można edytować ustawienia na wydarzenia aby powtórzyć dzienne, tygodniowe, miesięczne, itd.
iProcrastinate jest ok dla śledzić zadania..
If you have a mac that you're syncing with, you can add recurring events in iCal for your timetable and sync that across (hopefully the ability to add recurring events will appear in new iPhone firmware at some point).
I personally use Things as a to-do list to keep things organised. It's based on the Getting Things Done philosophy (the book is worth reading) and has a pretty good desktop app for mac that you can sync to in order to keep everything up to date - you can get more details about it at http://culturedcode.com/things/
iProcrastinate is great for University assignments etc.
The developer is great too - he provides support on these very forums, and takes feedback, and gets things implemented quickly.
Desktop syncing is coming very soon for it (it has a free desktop version too).
As for inputting timetable, use the calendar and set the event to 're-occuring weekly'.
You'd be set with these things.
I use iCal for my University timetable. I've setup a different calendar for the timetable, so I can see what is University stuff and what isn't. Syncing that with your iPhone and you'll be able to view what you have for that particular day etc.
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I use iCal and Things (desktop and iPhone versions) and they work flawlessly together.
For university use, First Class is very useful:
for the iphone though? i assume thats what he has as he posted it in the iphone forum
Ooops. Possibly not. Didn't notice it was the iPhone Forum...
I use OmniFocus on both my Mac and iPhone. It's pricey, but it keeps EVERYTHING good-to-go! Doesn't have a cal though, I use iCal and the two programs sync with each other.
I started using OmniFocus once the iPhone version came out and both the mobile and the desktop client are top notch - incredible applications! Very easy for me to learn within a few days. It is now an important part of how I organize and run my business and my college life.
It's there already, on the add event screen go to the "repeat" box and there are loads of options for daily, weekly etc.
You can use, My Schedule app avaiable at App store for manage your class,work, etc timetables.
You can create some timetables so if you need 2week timetables you can create one for week a one for week b.
Then create one for sport activities, or others.
It's a great app and so cheap only 0,99$
Another vote for iCal and Things. I use these two apps daily.