Current Version: 2.7.1
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Download Size: 15.3 MB - Download
Personal Planner & Time Management. Daily Tasks, No Date Tasks, Daily Notes, Weekly Milestones (Compass) and Goals all in one app.
Syncs with Opus Domini Mobile Pro (iPad & iPhone versions, running iOS 8) and with Opus Domini for Mac if your Mac runs Yosemite. If you're using Mavericks please look for the previous release and BACKUP the data file to your Desktop before updating your OS so it would be easily restored.
Opus Domini's features include:
√ Daily Tasks
√ Master Tasks
√ Weekly Milestones (Compass)
√ Mission & Vision
√ Multiple Planner Views
√ Event / Meeting Planner
√ Repeating Tasks with all repeatings showing
√ Event synchronization with iCal (only events not Reminders)
√ Search function
√ Password protection and more.
Master Task Planner bug fix.
Most Helpful Reviews
I was going to invent a better app... - …until I found this one. I am a mother of 3 boys and work outside the home. I spent 4 hours searching for "scheduler", "time management", "To Do list", "agenda", "secretary", etc. I made a list of the top 3 that I thought addressed my needs. I accidentally bought an app that was completely not what I wanted although it had nice features. This app is the closest to syncing with my iCalendar for daily appt, but has a great feature to list all tasks daily (and yes you can also schedule it directly with time/date), has a master task list for those events that need to be tiered into smaller to do's in order to check off the main master task, has an area that compartmentalizes physical, mental, spiritual to list tasks that you want to do for yourself (I love this feature the best because I can often forget about me while taking care of others), goals for the week. All these areas can be kept general (without schedule) or prioritized to be completed by a certain date. I love the flexibility. THANK GOD!
DOESN’T OPEN. Doesn’t funtion - I spent considerable time searching for the best task/calendar app for either my phone (Galaxy S4) or my laptop, I found the lite version. It was great. It does quit on my randomly often, which I don’t like. However, downloaded this version expecting good results. I realized that I had to gain a different updated OS. Which took some time to figure out which one I needed and how to do it (and the download time). Then was able to purchase this app. After choosing ‘no’ to syncing with my calendar (which I hate and don’t use), now it will not open. I read another review saying something about system preferences….? ? I could find nothing to fix this problem. I don’t understand why in the world it MUST sync with the pre-loaded calendar app on my laptop. What is the logic of that? hate that app. It’s why I PAID good money for one that I thought I would actually use. Why does everything have to sync with everything!? so frustrating. And now, I have no idea how to FIX THIS OR GET MY MEASELY $7 bucks back…. SEND ME A FIX OR A REFUND! I have no idea how to uninstall something on a mac yet either, so now I have to spend time trying to figure that out. I thought Apple/ Mac stuff was flawless and amazing, so long as you were willing to pay for it… geez.
More Reviews for Current Version
This app is a shame - I love what this App wants to be. I have had so much trouble finding an app that combines everything, a calendar, a task list, a simple project manager…. The problem is that the syncing from computer to iPad to iPhone is so quirky that it is almost unusable. I have contacted support and they were little help. Even with these shortfalls I continue to try this app in the hope that they have fixed it. Each time I find out they have not. What a shame.
Not quite what I was looking for. - I liked the simplified look of Opus Domini, so I thought I would give it a try. The tab layout was nice and made it easy to get to each page. For me however, I just found it to be too simple. Within a couple days I realized that I needed a planner to do much more than this to keep my busy schedule and tasks in order. I have ended up buying a different product at a higher price with a lot more flexibility and bells and whistles. I never had any problem with syncing between my devices and think this might be good for a college student, stay at home parent, or someone without a lot of diverse tasks and scheduling needs.
I love this, if only the developer would support it - Opus Domini is the only app I have found that can truly simulate the experience of a paper planner. Not sure why there is such a gap in this market but for some reason, there is. Yes, most companies today are all about digital calendars and schedulers and collaboration software but for artists, writers and other creative, self employed people (or just individual people), the value of a the pen and paper experience is significant. Even Livescribe, the company that supposedly understands this and makes all kinds and sizes of notebooks for their pens, has (for years) been ignoring customer requests for a notebook with planner pages. Calendar apps aren’t for planning. SO… Opus Domini fills that gap and does it well. It even syncs with iPad!!! No small thing. The only problem is, they haven’t updated the software in 3 years! And the iPad version (more important than the OS X version) is almost non existent. Maybe calendar apps are easy and this kind of software is hard?
I too am having syncing issues - Having a daytimer app that doesnt sync propperly is like having a smartphone with no battery. It is useless to me until this problem is fixed.
Finally had to delete it - I had been a steday user of this app since 2012….. But the inability of this app to sync consistantly and reliablly have forced me to delete it. I just can’t justify another year of constant syncing problems and worrying if I will loose data. Which I have many times. If you only intend on using this app on just the iPad or the MAC then its a good fit for Franklin Covey paper users who want to go digital. My work flow has me using both MAC and iPad and I must have an app that will keep data in sync at all times…..