Developer: Sudip Bag
Current Version: 1.0.4
Last Updated: 4 months ago
Download Size: 5.8 MB - Download
Day Plan is an all-in-one app to plan your day. It empowers you to plan a perfect day and get things done very easily. The app interface is divided into dedicated sections where users can add specific entries like Todos, people to call, things to buy, Appointments etc. In this way one can have a comprehensive look at the stuffs they need to do for a day.
Users also can jump to any date by using the built-in calendar and fill out different sections on days to come.
This section is basically a checklist. Users can add items as todos or tasks with reminders.
Users can add appointments with a event title, event time, reminder and a small note.
This sections is dedicated to the things that you are buying today. You can list down items one by one with check boxes.
You can import your system contacts into the app and list down people you need to call today.
If any one of your accountancies is having a birthday, it will show up here. It will fetch event data from your system Calendar.
Note: Please go App preference and click on “Import” to fetch events from Calendar.
Important stuffs that should not forget will go here.
WHAT IS UNIQUE IN Day Plan:
Day Plan provides a fun way to express your mood for a given day. You can choose from five moods and select the one that suites you. You can go back and see how you were feeling on a particular day. You can also rate your day with stars.
-Intuitive interface to add todos and tasks.
-Add reminder with each todo entry.
-Get alert in Notification Center for each entry.
-Six dedicated sections for different types of task. Todos, Meeting, Buy, Contact, Wishes and Don’t Forget.
-Get alert in the Notification Center.
-iCloud sync between macOS. iOS App is going to be available very soon.
-Take backup of your data and restore at anytime.
-Crash at opening is fixed.
-Now run Day Plan without Calendar or Reminder Access permission.
-Other minor bug fixes.
Most Helpful Reviews
Very helpful for managing my tasks - A very well thought out To-do app, that I have come across in recent times. The idea is pretty unique, and well executed. It also provides a very effective way to find my daily routines, as well as appointments, at one place at a time. I can even set my goals, make self-rating, and even set how I feel on any day!
Asking for money back - Just bought it and did not want to use it in coordination with my calendar, so I did not give permission to access calendar. When I tried to add a To-Do I clicked on the clock icon and was asked for permission to access the calendar. I did not give it. The app quit and took me to System Preferences. Now when I try to open the app, System Preferences opens instead! So. This is a piece of work! Not worth it. Asking for my money back.
More Reviews for Current Version
I need a tutorial - I am having trouble syncing among devices and my MacBook. It would be great if there were a tutorial or SOME type of how to set up the apps. I purchased it for my computer, iphone and ipad, hoping it would all sync. I would also love it if unchecked TO DO items would roll over to the next day.
Has promise … and a major flaw - The price is right and the approach is new and yet intuitive; definately helps to have your “priorities” sectioned off and visually setup in different “block areas”. Definately for “right-brained” 3D spacially oriented people. Would be a huge benefit if you can just make up your own list instead of being constrained to predefined lists. BUT and this is a huge problem/oversight and quite frankly unacceptable for even a $1 app that has the word “productivity” associated with it (and this problem is so glaring it brings me back to I believe Mac OS 9 apps and before): YOU CANNOT REARRANGE ENTRIES. AT ALL. Not manually, not via a menu, nada. Which means you can’t prioritize your task flow. Which means its not so much a productivity app as much as a colorful notepad split into different sections. It’s like you’d need another app to rearrange the order of your tasks to your liking, and then once you have the order right you can move the items into this app; what’s the point? I hope this gets fixed. I hope the developer seriously considers addressing this small but important issue.