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Moleskine Timepage review: A true day planner for the digital age

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Antonio Barron
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This calendar and to-do app is an excellent way to get organized and plan your day.

Of all the myriad things the iPhone has obsoleted by streamlining, the day planner is somewhere near the top of the list.

It s not just the relief from the burden of carrying around a thick book all day; to-do apps have elevated scheduling to the point where we all use them at some point throughout out day.

Timepage $3 in the iTunes Store isn t is a new app, but over the course of the past 12 months Moleskine has been habitually tinkering and perfecting it, and with its most recent update, it s ready to compete with the Fantasticals and Todoists of the world.

Using Timepage feels a lot like turning the pages of a digital day planner.

All of your appointments are contained within a single infinitely scrollable page, with a tab-like chronological list of dates running up the side hat lets you easily jump between appointments.

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