Bought the bundle and all 3 of the apps are still read only. Hopefully I can get my money back.
It won’t disappoint 5/5
this is become my absolute favorite productivity manager. aesthetically pleasing and genuinely fun to use! well done design team. i have unlimited customizability and it syncs well across my devices.
only gripe at the moment are the widgets. they keep dropping in quality throughout the day. like it will be a high rez widget for about thirty minutes and then it becomes fuzzy. it still displays the data, but it isn’t very sleek. Also the weather widget does not open the app when clicked on which is a bit frustrating.
DONT BY 1/5
By 🧚♀️✨🧚♀️save me-Baron ✨🧚✨
This is a paied for Callender app not worth it
Finally a Calendar that is Usable and effective 5/5
I have been looking for a calendar exactly like this one for years now with no luck. This app is customizable, user friendly, looks amazing, etc. I bought the whole bundle to use together with ease and success. They all help me do my job better. Thanks!!!!
Calling this a free app is a stretch 2/5
When it says free download it sure is. For about 30s when it immediately asks you for a membership.
It’s a beautiful app but.... 2/5
Honestly this app would go viral but you think it’s free in App Store, oh no honey, they charge u just to add an event on the app. That’s not fair and i don’t think it’s worth the money, it’s just a calendar.
Intermittently loads calendar. 3/5
Beautiful app. I love it, but can’t use it. Sometimes my exchange calendar loads, others it doesn’t. No changes to my password or server settings.
Two Apps for One Job 2/5
I like to look around for new apps. See what’s eye catching. The latest iOS update put Timepage and its friends front and center so I took a look.
I like calendars. I want to stay organized and have all of my to-dos in one convenient place. I read good reviews. I knew Actions was separate but not until I downloaded Timepage did I understand what that really meant.
I’m glad that I had a free trial before paying for TWO subscriptions. It is ridiculous that Actions is not part of Timepage. Most of what I put on my calendar are things I have to do/reminders. And most of those repeat monthly. It took forever to figure that out. A bi-weekly option would be nice. I would want every choice for $20/yr because again I would have to get 2 apps. I ended up making color coded lists in Reminders and imported in Actions. I’m not paying for something that is difficult to learn. Maybe if Timepage and Actions were a single app, at the single app price of $1.99/month, I may have considered investing a few weeks poking around.
A lot of people seem to love these apps and if it works for them- great. My Google calendar has been doing a great job for me and I appreciate it more now. I can color code appt/task/reminder types. I can send myself reminders to email, notifications, watch. I can link locations. I can do everything I need it to do. And it may not be perfect, no app is, but it is FREE.
Want to like it 2/5
Wayyyyy to many bugs! For a paid subscription, it needs to be able to do what you pay them to do. Actions and Timepage are not synced up 80% of the time. When I finish an action, it will still show up on the calendar, which is oddly annoying.
Want to like it, will subscribe once these issues are fixed!
Why used to pay? 2/5
Honestly, I was excited to use this but to play to create a note or something. Geez, why didn't they make it a purchase?
Amazing Calendar App 5/5
Wow! I am blown away. I am coming from Notion and other apps, trying to find what best suits my needs as a college student and software developer. Notion was great, but I tended to waste too much time configuring everything. Sometimes you just need something simple that does the simple things well. I was immediately drawn to this app by the look of it’s beautiful interface, and after using it for a few weeks let me tell you how valuable this app is! The software works and looks beautiful! I have had no issues whatsoever. I really can’t believe the price they charge for you to use it, it’s an absolutely steal. Yes, it’s a subscription service but I don’t see the problem with this. This is what will allow the developers to continue pushing out updates. One of my favorite parts of the app is the seamless integration with their Actions app, which I use on a daily basis as well! I could not tell you how much value I find in these two apps. They allow me to keep track of my goals, important dates, and any assignments and projects that are on my schedule! The repeat feature is a lifesaver and I use it often, even to develop new habits! I initially tried out their studio of products which comes with the two apps I’ve mentioned plus their notebook app, but I didn’t find much use for it, and strangely enough, a company that’s known for their notebooks doesn’t have the greatest notebook app I have seen. No matter, I am happy to pay independent subscriptions for Timepage and Actions. If you are looking for organization and planning, do yourself a favor and try these apps!
Wow. I downloaded the (free) app to get a feel of the UI and product. I cannot do anything without getting a pop up about subscribing $. This is very frustrating as it seems like a great product but I really can’t tell.
Best app for planning and Scheduling 5/5
This is BY FAR!!! The most innovative and luxurious experience I’ve ever had while planning out my day/week/month. I could literally could planning to a trip to the dollar store and it feels like I’m headed to a 5 star restaurant to do make a multi million dollar deal with a CEO. 😂😂 Nonetheless is it’s worth the investment
This is not easy to learn or use - for me.
Also there is little customer support that I can find.
I bought a new iPad and getting this to work on the new device has been unsuccessful.
The app keeps telling me to login. When do I’m told my PW is wrong. When I try to reset I get some goofy message about the code is incorrect.
I finally used the app without signing in and it works fine. Do, why did I pay $19.99 to use the app?
Great looking but not intuitive 3/5
By Dave from PR
Update: downgraded it to 3 starts because widgets on the I-ad do not work.
Created an event and made it a two day event instead of one. I could not correct it except by deleting it. Too bad because I really liked the look.
Not a free app 1/5
Not sure why this is marketed as a free app if you cannot do literally anything beyond pick the color you want the background to be without paying for it. Garbage. Market it realistically.
Reminders on declined events 2/5
I went on vacation recently and all of my work meetings were declined but I was still getting the reminders for them like clockwork. The events weren’t visible on my calendar anymore in the app. For a paid app I’d like for it to work as expected.
Crash on iOS 14 1/5
So I used to use the Timepage app in the past and I thought why not revisit it to maximize on these widgets, but for some reason ever since I updated my phone time page keeps crashing.
Such beautiful UX — one of the best I’ve ever seen! Please consider these UX modifications (from a UX pro 🙂) — 1) ability to show time remaining until next calendar event on Apple Watch. (Eg 1hr 5min until meeting). 2) color on weather pages for better readability (red = hot, blue= cold). 3) remove transit icon on watch when calendar item doesn’t have a location/has video conference location) 4) on iPhone: calendar table adjusts to size of content.
I really want to love this system. I use a combo of Timepage and actions, but actions often won’t disappear from Timepage even though they could be marked completed, or even deleted!
Also, the new widgets for iOS 14 work maybe 50% of the time.
Great UX and UI 5/5
I must admit I’m a cheap person and hate paying for subscription. But I’m completely wowed by this app’s clean, modern design and easy to use interface.
This is the app that perfectly integrates with iOS’s functions. No more annoying frictions! Why can’t ALL other apps be like this?
Anyway, after two trial periods, I’m a convert and will be paying for the subscription willingly!
Best Calendar App 5/5
I freaking love this app. It’s beautifully designed. Modern. The little details including weather and drive times are brilliant. I love that it syncs with my google calendar and I love using it with the Actions App too. The only thing that hurts is that there is no desktop version. I love to have my calendar on my Mac at work so I can plug in meetings and be on my phone at the same time. I’m hoping they release a desktop version soon otherwise I may have to go back to my boring google calendar 😭
Import google calendars 3/5
How can I import google calendars to the app?
Hands down the best 5/5
Ye like it was previously stated why so we need another app for calendar, however this app by far is light years ahead of the competition, and is slated to be the best one yet. Hands down to the guys who managed to put this together. Awesome app
Actions won’t show in widget 2/5
Beautiful app, no doubt. However, my Actions will not show in any size widget no matter what I try. I have tried scheduled and unscheduled, deleting and reapplying the widget(s), checking the settings, etc. If the Actions don’t show in the widget as they’re supposed to, I can’t justify the subscription cost.
Timepage on iOS 14 is buggy 2/5
Dev team, you need to tighten up your testing and Q/A process. Widgets are buggy and unreliable. Sometimes data disappears or doesn’t update with Actions. Other third-party widgets are working fine.
Simply the best 5/5
Not only is this the best calendar app with the best widgets this is the only ethical developer on the App Store. I bought the Pro version and then was grandfathered into the new version. Not one single developer has done this for their user base.
Sleek ideas, not useful. 2/5
By Saba Johnson
This appms got a lot of cool ideas but none of them make the Calendar experience all that useful. For example, there’s a lot of animations that are just straight up buggy (prefrences menu backs out twice when swiping from the left) and also require you to move your finger in a certain way rather than moving alongside it. I’m sure this looked great as a design mock-up, but it just doesn’t translate into a usable app.
Also, you can’t see the time, your battery percentage, or connectivity while using the app. Did no one think those might be useful things to see? I have to leave the app to see the time while rushing to my next class— the tiny transparent analog one in the side menu does not help, as I need to know the time to the minute.
Overall, the default iOS calendar works far better. Timepage is not as sleek or useable as it first seemed, can't believe they want to charge a recurring fee for this.
Good idea 3/5
By Fast fan100
I don’t know why Apple doesn’t do this with their reminders and calendar, it really is a great idea. The only problem for me is that the widget isn’t working properly, as it doesn’t show actions like it’s supposed to. Also, I wish the widget would tell you when your next events and actions are rather than just saying “no more events today”. Maybe I’ll try this app again in the future, but the lack of these two features is a dealbreaker for me when their asking $20 a month.
By k.... issues
In app, it’s awesome and I like it. It’s more similar to Apple calendar than Google. Google is so far my favorite. It shows you what’s planned for the day and can let you color coordinate per plan. You don’t ge this here but still cool app. BIGGEST COMPLAINT IS.... IOS widgets (as of now) are glitching really bad.
Month view widget 3/5
Please bring back the widget that shows the full month view with the current days' events on the bottom. No other app that I have tried has a widget like this and is very useful.
Deleting immediately 1/5
This app changed the time of events on every event I added. The widget would not work, would always say “no event scheduled” it would change my time zone to Africa. I will be canceling it immediately so I am not charged for an app that will not work properly. Even when you change one event and select “change all occurrences” you still have to change them individually.
SUBSCRIPTION REQUIRED 1/5
If I purchased a subscription for every product that promised to better my life somehow, I’d max out my credit cards and be on my way to the homeless shelter with everything I own in a shopping cart, however my back pocket would be overflowing with virtual products stuffed into my phone.
I never thought I’d get so excited over a calendar app! It’s just stunning. For once I LIKE looking at my schedule. Go figure.
Crashes - I want my money back 2/5
The app crashes when I try to repeat. I don’t know about other people, but that basically makes it useless, because we normal people don’t have time to manually input everything we do when we work three jobs. Repeats are the core of people’s schedules - my “free trial” period is dwindling away and I’d like to actually try the app out when it’s functional. Can we get a repeat of the free trial when the app is actually functional...?
Would be cool if the new widget showed tomorrow’s meetings if your meetings for today are over. Until this is added, I’ll stick with the Calendar widget.
Incredible App 5/5
Thank you for all of your work on this app. You continue to make tweaks to allow my day to run smoothly.
The new iOS 14 widget: perfection!
Fantastic design, support. Love the new widget. 5/5
Love the quick widget support, and that it includes my actions. Already the best calendar app, but glad to see you guys hustling to give us new features as soon as possible. Keep it up.
Not cool 1/5
I just downloaded Timepage. First opening of the app, ever, and iOS tells me “Timepage posted from safari”.
You have zero business copying my clipboard. Fabulous way to demonstrate your lack of concern for my privacy along with your lack of concern for ethics.
worth it!!! 5/5
Im a diehard planner addict and have been for years. I’ve always hated calendar apps because they’re ugly and usually haven’t been updated much (im looking at you, apple calendar). This app is actually extremely easy to enter literally any details you can think of for any event, and is actually pretty AND functional.
iOS 14 Widget isn’t working 2/5
Yesterday widget wasn’t updating with new actions and events. Today it is completely blank. Great app which I have genuinely enjoyed using along with actions, but I’ll change my rating when the issue is fixed.
Beautiful but widget doesn’t work 4/5
The app itself is beautiful. There is a little bit of a learning curve with using it. The new widgets just showed up as empty boxes. Restarted my phone and the date now appears but nothing else shows up.
The app crashes everytime I try to make a repeat event. It’d also be nice if it auto filled past events with the same name like apple calendar so that I don’t have to put in the location everytime for a recurring event.
Widget stopped working 3/5
By Audit Jedi
What happened? Loved the new widget. You guys were one of the first. Working fine from launch till today. Now I just get the blank format of the widget with no data.
Just downloaded this 1/5
I was excited to use this app as I don’t like using the regular Apple calendar as my planner. So far I have already encountered too many issues to want to use this app anymore. First, they prompt you immediately to pay for it - it is not free, it’s completely unusable without paying monthly. Second, there are little bugs that make this annoying to use. For example, every time I try to edit the “repeat” setting for events, the app crashes and closes out. I cannot set up repeating events. This app has too many bugs for it to be worth paying for.
Let your consumers know that you have to have a subscription! 1/5
You cannot even add an event without subscribing. The developers should be more forthright about this. It’s literally just a calendar without buying a subscription. You can get this for free with Apple’s own calendar app.
bring back the original widgets 4/5
no, it’s been updated with the ios14 adjustment but it looks awful! i want the weather, month, and daily view back please 😓 but other than that i love your series of apps
It’s great but... 4/5
Add a one time buy option. People are tired of subscriptions. There are too many subscriptions apps. I would pay $40 one time rather than $20 a month any day.