Informant 5 Calendar

Informant 5 Calendar

By Fanatic Software, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2016-11-30
  • Current Version: 5.40
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 85.70 MB
  • Developer: Fanatic Software, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.1 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 3,361 Ratings

Description

Informant is a powerful organizer app with Calendar, Tasks, Projects, and Notes. It works with all native Apple data calendars including iCloud, Exchange, Outlook.com, Microsoft 365, Google Calendar, Yahoo, AOL and more. More than just a calendar app, Informant also organizes your tasks into projects, and has rich text notes for keeping information organized. Informant is a planner in your pocket. NEWEST FEATURES: -Improved Time Input: now using a button pad input -Use Siri to create tasks in Informant -Updated WatchOS App -Email-to-Task: View emails & easy turn emails into tasks. MOST LOVED FEATURES: -Easy, no-risk setup: Informant can access your native calendar data so it is easy to try without migrating, syncing, or setting up a whole new calendar. -One purchase covers iPhone and iPad -*Show tasks and Calendar together on one view -7 Day Stacked Week calendar view -30 Day view with tiny-text and emojis -*Projects with Tasks, subtasks, and checklists -Focus View: combines weather, and current day tasks and events -*Sync: Informant Sync, google sync, Native data and more. -*Triggers: create templates for frequently used appointments & tasks that you can trigger while typing event/task name -*Saved Filters feature allows you to combine your calendars together into multiple display views while keeping the data separate. -Powerful Customization of views, defaults, colors, tags, emoji, and sync options. -Offline access. Access all your data, all the time. Internet connection only required for syncing. -Trusted developer. Developing calendar & agenda apps for 18 years. -TravelAssist: helps with scheduling appointments that will take place in other time zones. -ForceTouch on App Icon for: Create new Task/Event/Note - 3 Task Modes - Simple, GTD, or Franklin Covey. Manage your tasks in your own way! -*Email integration. View emails & easy turn emails into tasks. *CONNECT BUNDLE (*Requires Subscription) •Sync Options Include: Google Calendar & Tasks, Toodledo, Evernote, and Informant Sync • Weather and Email integration Sync Options Note: Informant can also access all Native Apple data calendars so you can set up iCloud, Exchange, 365, Outlook.com, AOL, Yahoo, and more calendars. 3 WAYS TO USE #1) FREE • Essential Calendaring with Apple Calendar support • No Tasks/Projects, Notes, Contacts • No Connect Bundle #2) Subscribe • Full features Access including: Full Calendaring, Tasks, Contacts, Notes with access to Apple Events and Reminders • Free Updates • Connect Bundle (email, sync & weather) • Choose: -Monthly: (30 days) -Reverts to Free version after subscription ends -Quarterly: (90 days) -Reverts to Free version after subscription ends -Year: (365 days) -Get a 7 Day trial of full version by selecting this option. -Keep the full app (minus the Connect Bundle) if you cancel your subscription after payment. #3) Prefer to “Own It”? If you don’t like subscriptions or you just want to own the app: choose the Year subscription and then immediately turn “off” your auto-renew. You will still get 1 year of the Connect Bundle AND you will own the app in FULL Feature mode (minus the Connect Bundle) when your subscription ends. SO MUCH MORE! Visit http://pocketinformant.com/ for more information! Our privacy and terms of use: http://pocketinformant.com/company-press/privacy/ Subscriptions are billed through iTunes every 30/90/365 days (month/qtr/year) until cancelled. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Manage subscriptions including cancel or auto-renew on/off in iTunes Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Franklin Covey, GTD and Getting Things Done are Trademarks of their respective owners. * Some Features Require Subscription

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  • Forced to use

    1
    By WorldWarrior
    I’ve been a fan and a promoter of Pocket Informant for many years. But am dismayed at the tactics the company has gone to by using the trend of subscription based services. I’ve been forced to use this new Informant because I can no longer enter the Informant app I paid for and paid for upgrades over the years. WARNING To pre - Informant 5 users, don’t go into settings to make a change. You will loss access to your existing Informant and ALL of your previous data unless you subscribe to their new subscription based platform. I was version 4.94.44 from what I can see before being redirected to the upgrade website. As I said I’m not a fan of these new subscription based platform’s, and feel betrayed that they are forcing people into using it because they are fans of the Informant line of management software.
  • Almost...

    3
    By Johnthunder
    I have been using informant since it was on Palm. It has so much potential, but ultimately fails to deliver. It has the “ability” to combine google cal, iOS reminders, and Apps like TickTick all Into one place. That has always been my dream app. I very much use my phone as an “external” brain. I almost depend on being able to reliable access my information easily. And in my experience that’s were Informant falls sort. My biggest problem was with “smart lists” & iOS reminders. It seems there is a bug that causes the app to reset smart lists every day if you use iOS reminders. That’s very frustrating and even more frustrating is having their support basically tell you, they weren’t going to fix it because not that many people use that feature. It seems like they are just bloating their app with half hearted features to get people to pay for it. I’m finally giving up on informant and sticking with Fantastic and TickTick. The one good thing I will say is that Informant has the best month view options and layout over any app I’ve seen.
  • Love, but quirky!

    4
    By KimmyNickel
    This is my favorite, go to calendar. But it drives me nuts, when setting all day, multi day events, it never saves the dates properly. You have to do it twice. It also doesn’t save the times properly the first time. You have to set the even and go and change the time. It’s very frustrating!! Please fix with the next update!
  • Had Long Time, no big issues

    3
    By Whimsybee
    Allows for various viewing options. Easy to enter items. Have troubles finding way to synch with my wife’s calendar but not sure it can do it.
  • Surprise!

    3
    By Becca’s Toys
    As a long time Informant user, I expected the money grab. However, did I miss the email or notice that my contacts, tasks, notes, etc was going to be padlocked until I paid? Seriously? Now I’m trying to decide if I should pay, stick with Apple’s stuff, or look for something else. Honestly, though, there was too much stuff going on and I never learned how to use everything in the old Informant. Be kind to your loyal followers as they are the backs on which you built your empire. Just sayin.
  • Informant 5

    5
    By J.Gundersen
    The most easiest and simple app ever! It helps me remember everything!!
  • Not worth $25 a year. Greed will not win.

    1
    By Mikeandnora
    This is always been a decent app But absurd at $25 a year.
  • Still cumbersome

    2
    By Marvin Martian55
    Still using version 4 Version 5 still needs work Notes formatted with my notes in version 4 become a mess in 5. When you add a event in 5 you use to be able to make masters and edit them. In 5 it a chore because of the tags garbage. Long time user. But losing the ease of a calendar app to add useless bells and whistles doesn’t work well with Apple Watch
  • Excellent Planner App.... Even with new charges

    5
    By Road Warr10r 68
    I have been using this app everyday for the past 4 years. When they started with the constant charges, I have to admit, at first I was a little angry. But in the end, I don’t mind it, even if sometimes it’s a little frustrating. It’s a great app that’s worth the money.
  • Alarm Doesn’t Work

    2
    By EyeSeeEwe
    I’ve been using Informant for years now. It’s been a great app. I wasn’t too thrilled that they switched to a subscription model, but decided to bite the bullet. I tried to justify that they still have to work on their end to make everything up to date. But now I’m finding out that their alarm for tasks and event doesn’t work. I tried their troubleshooting from their webpage, but nothin worked. Not cool for having to pay so much. Wish it was as reliable as before.

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