Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Existing iPhone apps

1. Classes - Timetable
Classes is a smart timetable for school and university. Immediately after starting the app, the next class is displayed with all relevant information. On rotating the device, you are presented with the complete timetable in landscape mode. Classes shows all the information you need when you need it.

2. SchoolBook
SchoolBook puts your plain old high school timetable onto your iPhone and iPod touch. It tells you what classes you have and thats it; its the ultimate no-frills approach to a digital timetable.

3. iPlanLessons
Lesson planning for home schoolers

4. Calendar+
Scroll seamlessly through your events on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Calendar+ gives you a fantastic overview of your events and a quick nudge up or down will move you instantly and seamlessly - no more waiting for the next week or month to 'load'.

5.  CalenGoo
CalenGoo gives you a fast and easy way to access and modify you Google Calendar with your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. It can also be used when you have no internet connection, using the cached data. Changes are saved and uploaded the next time you are connected.

6. This is note
This is note is different from other notes - it is a 4+1 types in one. You can select one among the four themes of Note, Album, Diary, To-Do and Calendar. Then you can complete your style of note by choosing from various designs of note covers, fonts and stickers.

7. SaiSuke
SaiSuke has various view models allowing you to see your calendars in a daily, weekly, or yearly views. You can get a perspective schedule for the month using the monthe view, which allows you to see appointment titles in a monthly styled calendar.

8. miCal
miCal is the missing calendar for your iPhone and iPod touch. With miCal, planning your events will be much more efficient, well-arranged and even more beautiful.

information taken from apple app store

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