Organizer Application with web synchronization and gadget tool

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by suzun, Oct 21, 2015.

  1. suzun macrumors newbie

    Oct 21, 2015
    I have been looking for an application to record calendar events, take notes, reminders etc. to use at iphone6 while being able to access this application from a web browser or an application that can syncronize with some application over web browsers. However I have a few constraints. (I can not under any circumstance use evernote- company security policy, I dont want to take notes on my work outlook and syncronze these with my phone.)

    I tried aNote, however the problem with this application is that it doesnt show on gadget center and also I cant access to this app from a web browser. The app used to synchronize with evernote and google calenders. However I can not use evernote from work and they stopped supporting google sync. I loved loved aNote interface btw.
    I tried wunderlist but the to do list is not enough for me as I need more. I can access wunderlist from web pbrowser - same company dont ask me how or why.
    I tried 24me, it can be added as a gadget- yay! It is suggested it synchronized with outlook but I dont want to use outlook as a synchronization. And also the user interface is meh.
    I think I need an app which I can syncronize with some web page- while taking notes - the notes I wrote on the web needs to be added to the appllication on phone but it should also have a calender function.
    Any suggestions?
    I feel lost
  2. learn2 macrumors newbie

    Oct 9, 2015
    You can use a launcher widget to put any app you want in the gadget center, so I wouldn't let that be a limiting factor. Just focus on finding something that syncs in a way your company allows.

    Could you just use iCloud? Your phone calendar, reminders, and notes from the built in iOS apps would all be at on your computer.

    I use Notability, which syncs via Dropbox, Box, or Google Drive. My notes are visible as PDFs in my Dropbox but not editable, and there is no calendar.

    OneNote syncs via OneDrive, has a good web interface, and integrates nicely with spotlight search on the iPhone. It isn't exactly a calendar, but you can flag reminders and deadlines in your notes.
  3. dsgnr macrumors member

    Sep 9, 2013
    I'm pretty happy with just using the native apps on iOS. You can log into your iCloud account and make changes which will sync to your iDevices. I'm quite happy with this config

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