Timeline - Calendar
Developer: Niklas Ungman
Current Version: 1.1.8
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 1.9 MB - Download
Timeline Calendar presents your built-in calendar as a timeline in a visual and intuitive way. Zoom in - see the details. Zoom out - get the big picture.
- Presents calendars as a linear timeline to visually indicate when events start and end.
- Works with built-in calendars and events (iCloud).
- Zoom and pinch to quickly go between reviewing the next upcoming hours and the whole year at-a-glance.
- Swipe to scroll back and forth in time.
- Click and drag to move events forward or backward in time.
- Click and drag to edit start and end times.
- Click the toolbar to scroll back to "now".
If you have questions or need support please feel free to contact me by email: [email protected]
- Fixed infrequent crash.
Most Helpful Reviews
Great first impression - I love the ease of use of this: extremely easy to expand and contract the timeline, the cleanest/easiest event creation I've seen anywhere, great interactive drag features to change events, and you can even drag an event to a new calendar. The timeline view of a calendar is what I've been looking for as it's so much easier to view and understand for a visual-thinker. I'm looking forward to seeing how this one evolves; I had previously purchased an iOS version for my iPad, so was pleased to see a stable and nicely designed version for my Mac. Since this syncs via the built-in calendars, the iPad and the Mac versions sync nicely and are always up to date with each other. Great work on this, so much easier to use than other timeline-based software, very attractive and clean look, and a great price!
Does not appear to work…. - Don’t buy until I revise.
More Reviews for Current Version
No print feature - I’ve been looking for a way to present calendars and agendas as timelines. This looked good, but it has no printing function (i.e., no way to print your timeline or save it as an image or PDF). It’s also too easy to accidentally slide events on the timeline. Asking for refund.
Just what I wanted! - A nice way to visualize my projects and how they overlap, on a calendar timeline. I had no need for a full fledged expensive project management application.
Updating my review - After a quick response from the support page I have the app up and running on my Mac Mini. My only annoyance was the step through Mac preferences. which I never would have figured out, to get it working properly. A good tip is, hold down the Space bar and click and drag up and down while you hold the Space bar and that will make the timline bigger or smaller for viewing. I give it just 1 star less because this is an app at a really good price with a lot of potential that could have a lot of cool features added to it.
DO NOT PAY FOR THIS - I bought it hoping I could have a visual schedule in front of me to organize my hectic day better, wrong. First of all, there is not an option to set time, to be more specific it only allows for 1 hour increments. I don’t know if this doesn’t bother you but for making a schedule I normally make at the minimum 30 minute intervals. This is the first review I have ever written. I have not been this disappointed with a product in a very long time. do yourself a favor and don’t pay for this. (excel has formats to accomplish making calendars).
clean, quick.. let’s me REALLY see my calendar - I’m a graphic/visual person, and I like Gantt charts, I cannot look at a calender and get an informed view.. I edit and do music and so the ‘timeline’ on any editing program or a sequencer seems like so much more sense to me. Therfore, seeing ‘Timeline’ makes SO MUCH SENSE. It’s a clean, un-bloated, and quick program… no frills, and I like it that way.. If there was extra functionality (perhaps grouping of things) then that would be cool too.. but I like it the way it is. Great little app… actually iCal should have this funcitonality.. once you use ’Timeline', ‘normal’ calenders seem insane…. nay, BONKERS.