Informant 5 Calendar

Informant 5 Calendar

By Fanatic Software, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2016-11-30
  • Current Version: 5.37
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 84.98 MB
  • Developer: Fanatic Software, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.1 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 3,031 Ratings

Description

Informant is The ONE Calendar, Task, Note app you will ever need. Over 1 Million people have trusted Pocket Informant for over a decade as their go-to-organizer for mobile devices. --- Why do customers choose Informant? -”Informant puts tasks & calendar together in ONE app, the way it should be.” -”Better, more useful calendar views. Native calendar apps are designed to be “pretty”, Informant is designed to be “pretty AND smart”. -”It’s more fun with features like color coding, and emoticons.” -”One purchase covers iPhone and iPad” --- NEWEST FEATURES: • Use Siri to create tasks in Informant! Use phrases like: "Create a task in Informant to take out the trash" -WatchOS App -New SmartBar Navigation: One button access to all major features -Email-to-Task: View emails & easy turn emails into tasks. -Triggers: create "templates" for appointments & tasks that you can trigger to automatically fill out fields TRIGGERS • Powerful per-field templating system • Trigger them while typing the title for an event or task EMAIL INTEGRATION • Email-to-Task: View emails & easy turn emails into tasks. • Connect to Google or any IMAP inbox • 1-tap import all flagged emails as tasks BETTER CALENDARING • 30 Day View with "mini text" • Popular 7 day view • TravelAssist™ helps manage the timezone mess! • Location Suggestions as you type TASKS & PROJECTS • Import Apple Reminders into any Project or Task List • Checklists for tasks that contain lists - like groceries, packing, etc. • Show tasks in your calendar • Create templates to automatically pre-populate new tasks • Task Modes - Simple, GTD, or Franklin Covey. Manage your tasks in your own way! EXTREMELY CUSTOMIZABLE Dark and Light modes, Customizable Calendar/Tag/Event/Task Colors & Icons, and more! CONNECT BUNDLE (Requires Subscription) • Includes synchronization to: Google Calendar & Tasks, Toodledo, Evernote, and Informant Sync • Weather and Email integration 3 WAYS TO USE/PURCHASE: #1) FREE • Essential Calendaring with Apple Calendar support • No Tasks, 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: $2.99/Month (30 days) -Reverts to Free version after subscription ends -Quarterly:$6.99/Qtr (90 days) -Reverts to Free version after subscription ends -Year: $24.99/Year (365 days) -Keep the full app (minus the Connect Bundle) if you cancel your subscription #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 you subscription ends. SO MUCH MORE! Visit http://pocketinformant.com/ for more information! Our privacy and terms of use: http://pocketinformant.com/company-press/privacy/ Check out this article for more information about Informant: http://tinyurl.com/pkx94zt 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. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. GTD and Getting Things Done are ® of the David Allen Company

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  • Better than v4 but...

    4
    By HRBLVN
    I’ve been a Pocket Informant user since starting on iPhones in 2008, and I’ve always far preferred it to other apps, primarily for the ability to view actual events in month-view. V5 is nice, populates faster than v4 was doing, but omg it’s a major pain trying to set start and end times with that tiny dial. The hours, minutes, and am/pm are far too close together now. I don’t generally have fat-finger issues. This is just a poor design, and one that impacts entering every event. Please fix!
  • Great app

    4
    By Backwater.Red
    The is the best time management app I've tried. My only squawk is the unavailability if Informant 5 for windows 10 apps
  • My favorite app

    5
    By Qt_patooty
    I’ve been using this for years. It’s the best way to integrate your calendar, tasks, notes and contacts in one place. And the developers are constantly making improvements. My favorite part is that there is a version for my Mac too so I’m organized on all platforms. Highly recommend.
  • Still needs a lot of work

    3
    By Boydston01
    Full featured productivity app. But it still needs a lot of work. From buggy behavior to much needed UI improvements to better customer support. A lot is needed for this to be a super reliable, high performing app.
  • Interferes with my workflow...

    1
    By FN1234###
    ...by repeatedly soliciting 5-star reviews, this app betrays the purpose I bought it for. I wanted an app to help me organize and schedule my life. Instead I am REQUIRED to give feedback. So here it is, guys, along with your ONE STAR REVIEW.
  • Yes the subscription does make you bad!

    1
    By cyberposer
    Yes the subscription does make you bad... Started with your other app but you forced me here, but I won't pay your fees any more.
  • Could be perfect.

    4
    By MarcAllan
    Informant could be perfect if it wasn’t so bloated. Yes, Informant can do a lot, if you use their paid connect services and sync platform, which I don’t want, or need. Offering a ‘simpler mode’ would be fantastic... utilizing only the features that sync with iOS Calendar and Reminders apps. (For example: Adding viewable and sortable Priorities to Tasks/Reminders in the Simple Task mode.) For me: I want/need to use the default iOS Calendaring & Reminder database for simplicity sake and for easier integration with other third party apps that I choose to use. In many cases, using the default iOS databases is the only way to easily use other apps on all my iOS devices and Mac's.
  • From the other not-same app. /rolleyes

    1
    By Ighnot
    Pay for, yes. But subscribe? No. And if this is a “different” app and not an upgrade, why did you purposefully gimp this version? Oh, why, to frustrate and encourage moving over to your new app, which IS just an upgrade. I paid 10 dollars for this because it was everything I needed. Now it is less. Not even updated for the longer screen, and very nagging about moving over to that “New” app with the same name and functionality from the same bottom-feeding company. Finding another calendar app.
  • The Best around.

    5
    By JerryCoCoMan
    I have been using informant for as long as I can remember. I have tried other formats for a planner. I have yet to find one even comes close to compete.
  • The Best

    5
    By wyldbrnch
    I’ve been using Informant since the early Pocket Informant days. At first I wasn’t thrilled with the new paid subscription service. So I left to use some free calendar apps. I’m now back. I haven’t found any other app in the App Store that comes close to Informant 5. The best is worth the subscription.

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