The smart calendar app Moleskine Timepage continues to be a favorite for keeping us productive. From the beautiful interface to the terrific array of features, the team at Moleskine keeps bringing more useful options all the time. In another update yesterday, Feb. 8, this handy productivity tool has been enhanced even further.
- Capability to set the default duration for events
- Option to shade alternate days on the timeline
- Ability to close day and event screens with an edge swipe
- More prominent Set All Day option when creating events
- Changed the name tap action on the event screen to edit the item rather than close it
Along with these new items, several fixes were applied such as those for incorrect location names and device audio playing issues. Other improvements include location updates, better Apple Watch complications, and enhanced overall performance.
There may not be a huge new feature in this version of Moleskine Timepage, like those towards the end of 2015 bringing a useful heatmap month view and Notification Center widgets. But, sometimes the little things make a big difference. The ability to set a default duration for events is very convenient and having alternating days shaded on the timeline makes it easier to view. The continued updates to this attractive and useful calendar app are a good sign of things to come.
Moleskine Timepage is available for iPhone with Apple Watch support and also compatible with iPad and iPod touch. It is available for $4.99 on the App Store with no in-app purchases. In other news this week, take a look at Share links and files more quickly and easily with Pushbullet 3.0 or Start shooting and sharing your videos right from Dailymotion for iOS.