By Moleskine Srl

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-05-28
  • Current Version: 2.8.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 147.80 MB
  • Developer: Moleskine Srl
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 2,757 Ratings


Get Timepage – the most intuitive and delightful calendar app you’ll ever use. It's a powerful and fun way to get organised! “Fun to use and provides essential consolidated information in a way that makes you want to use your calendar.” – ZDNet “Moleskine Timepage keeps bringing us these terrific updates and enhancements, making the app better all the time. The exquisite interface and smooth animations already make the app not only beautiful but impressive.” – AppAdvice “The new calendar app Timepage will make you forget the rest.” – Gizmodo –––WHAT’S TIMEPAGE?––– Timepage is a revolutionary smart calendar that is effortless to use. It makes every day more productive by combining your events, maps, contacts and weather into one easy app. Beautiful Design: • Uncluttered, stunning design that let’s you see a whole week at a glance and scroll into the future to see what’s next. • Fully adjustable week calendar to show between five and ten days. • An intuitive month heatmap that instantly shows when you are busy and free • Personalise your calendar with authentic Moleskine themes colors • Apple Watch app with weather, useful travel time complications and glance. Plan Your Day: • See beautifully animated temperature and rainfall forecasts for the day so you know what to wear and how to get around. • Never be late again! Timepage automatically gives you travel time estimates to walk, cycle, drive or catch public transport to your events. • Timepage will give you helpful hints like “2 hours free after this event then Gym at 6pm”. • Widgets for weather and events so essential info is always a swipe away. It Just Works: • The easiest event creation of any calendar app, just type something like “Coffee with George at Monks” and let Timepage take care of the details. • Works with any calendar already on your iPhone like iCloud, Google, Outlook, Exchange, Facebook, Yahoo and CalDAV. • Fast background sync so your events are always up to date when you edit events on the web, your computer or iPad. • Search for events using Spotlight on your iPhone. • Advanced calendar features you need like repeating events, reminders, calendar colours, app icon badge customisation, 24 hour time and more. Download Timepage and make today more productive. –––MEMBERSHIP––– Timepage is a membership service with a free trial. Download the app free to try it out without restriction or registration. After the trial period you can choose to purchase a membership which allows unlimited use across all of your devices. Your calendar data is never deleted by Timepage, regardless of your membership status. Without an active membership, you can still use the app in read-only mode, without weather features. Calendar data will remain synced to your provider of choice (iCloud, Google etc). • Unlimited access on all your devices. • Both monthly and annual options available. Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless automatic renewal is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions and automatic renewal status in Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of the free trial peri​od will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. Privacy Policy: https://moleskine.helpscoutdocs.com/timepage-privacy Terms of Service: https://moleskine.helpscoutdocs.com/timepage-terms –––QUESTIONS?––– If you’ve got a question or something isn’t working quite right, you can contact us directly from the Menu > Help > Contact Support. Got a feature idea? Let us know at https://bonobo.canny.io/timepage –––THANK YOU––– We have put thousands of hours into creating Timepage. We read every single one of your reviews. If you enjoy using Timepage please take a minute to leave us a nice review, thank you!



  • Free trial...not bad! However!

    By Nu0cMam
    Free trial isn’t bad. I was really attracted to the UI as soon as I opened it. I’m somehow having issues with the weather as it’s not loading on the widget. It’s saying no network. Is it because I’m using a free trial? Besides that the briefing pop up in the morning come in handy. This really feels like an assistant which smart phones assistants should be doing (Siri & whatever droid’s version is). The functionality between creating, viewing events works fine for me. I love how the event’s color density increases as more events exist on that day. Plus the ability to check between calendars helps. This got me to utilize multiple calendars for me to organize my events based on its “category” ( at least for me such as birthdays, school, work, health, special events). This will allow me to color coordinate among the calendars. I didn’t have to do with this previous app but I really got tired of its basic interface and came across this. I’ve been searching between other competitive apps and it came down to this and another app called Vantage. But somehow Timepage won my heart. I just don’t understand why a subscription? If people will buy it off a one time payment, then that should provide support for the developer team. I’m just a bit confused on that aspect of the business however I did come across the Timepage’s response to a review about an analysis on subscription. I’ll check it out later. But man let me boast on the developer team on how they did phenomenal integrating weather, travel time, color coordination, briefing notification... the list goes on! Hands down an excellent calendar app. Maybe in the long run I’ll consider the subscription since the annual is only $1.00/ month and that’s not really a whole lot of dough to spend. 🤷🏻‍♀️

    By Gramlins
    Be warned: Only 7 days trial is free.
  • Love this

    By Boachieee
    Great app. My biggest question however is why there are two subscriptions for both timepiece and actions. If we are using both together I think one subscription is enough. Also I hope one day this can just be one app because it is a bit annoying to have to switch between two apps.
  • So far I LOVE IT!

    By AlbinTimm
    The sounds, the animations, the navigation. It’s all so wonderful. I actually LOVE this app! It’s just a Calendar but wow... I want all my apps made by this developer. Well done. Thank you for your design expertise.
  • its alright, i don’t like paying for a subscription

    By Childhoodcancerispoop
    I love the way its organized but i was hoping for it have more calendar set ups such as seeing your overall schedule listed when using the month mode view. As a college student it is a must that i plan things ahead, and it would be more helpful if i could just see what i have going on in one screen than just scrolling and clicking buttons. Furthermore as student, it would amazing of this app was free. The designs are great, i already payed 11.99 for a year subscription, however I have found other calendars that are free that can do much more than this app.
  • Can't use summer time

    By 简直坑人了啊啊啊啊啊啊啊啊
    I tried to use system time zone in preference. But it seems that the app was one hour slower than my system time:(
  • It’s fine but sadly, I think it’s over for me.

    By WRT
    When it was initially released, I loved Timepage’s new approach. It’s an aesthetically pleasing app to use. I stuck by Moleskine through the unreliability. Eventually they ironed out the sync problems. All was well with the app. Now, they give us Actions to use in conjunction with Timepage. The day view is impossible to navigate because of the new setup. You can’t easily swipe from one day to another. If I could make a suggestion, I would prefer if events were colored-coded not by a single dot but the whole event rectangle. In any case, it feels as if Moleskine is attempting to shoehorn Actions in where it doesn’t need to be and it will hurt Timepage because of it. As for membership…. I was given a complimentary one, which will last for an indeterminate period. The subscription idea doesn’t bother me per se but I already use another list/todo app. Paying monthly for Moleskine’s apps when I could use Apple’s free calendar app plus my already existing todo app subscription seems like a better option when Moleskine’s complimentary membership ends. ——— UPDATE: I entered multiple events and they disappeared. This app is just not reliable. Until I hear this important issue is fixed, I'll be using something else for my calendar. --- I love Timepage. I really do. But its problems are beginning to take a toll. Multiple bugs have prevented me from adding events and now, there is a bug where each day's first event isn't displayed. I want to use this app. I really like it but if it doesn't work properly then what's the point?! It consistently fails to add events when I enter them and it syncs for far too long when I want to see my events. I have been very patient but calendar apps need to be nearly flawless and Timepage has just about run out of time. There are just too many bugs. I'll leave Timepage on my iPhone for now but I will be installing another app, probably Fantasical (begrudgingly), for daily use.
  • Almost Great!!

    By Whalebone66
    I’ve been using TimePage since it launched and have mostly enjoyed it...the interface is the most user friendly on the AppStore...and I love the current updates and now having Actions is awesome too...I’ve just got a couple of requests for the developers...one) can you bring the colors of the Actions items into TimePage? I’ve got 4 different sets of Action items and they each have their own color - would be nice seeing this in TimePage...also two) when I create an event in TimePage and I go to add someone it does not find over half of the people in my Contacts app...I have to create the event then save it, go out and back into the event then add a person and it sees everyone...other than that I’m really loving TimePage & Actions...awesome job!!
  • Beautiful but buggy

    By LL.x
    Randomly, those who I’ve invited to events won’t show up under People, even if they show up in iCal. Similarly, often RSVPS do not show up, even if they show up in iCal waiting for me to accept an invitation. Also would love if the app notified me when I had an invitation. I basically have to use iCal alongside with Timepage because of this which is quite annoying. hopefully these will get fixed because it really is a beautiful app. Love actions as well.
  • Refusing to fix the bugs

    By Rhinoblogger
    I’m going to delete this app because it’s unreliable and tech support does not address issues when they are notified of them. I’ve emailed the company numerous times about the problems with the reminder feature and I always get a nice email assuring me they are working on it. But then new updates come and the bug is still there. Not worth the money I paid and most definitely not worth a monthly subscription fee for an app that is unreliable and tech support that refuses to fix the bugs in the app. If you are considering paying for this app I strongly urge you to look elsewhere. UPDATE: more specifics on the bug with the reminder feature... Setting travel time reminders continues to be a chore in Timepage. When I initially set travel time (say, remind me 15 minutes before leaving), then tap "done", the reminder disappears completely. This happens 100% of the time. The only way I can make travel time reminders stick is to set the reminder, select a different mode of travel than my default (for instance, bike instead of car), tap "done". I then have to go back in to switch travel mode back to car but it reverts back to bike after I tap "done", so I have to go back again to change the travel mode. This happened with my iPhone 6 and continues to happen with my iPhone X. I love the app but bugs like this make it very difficult to use and I find myself using the default calendar instead of this app I paid for. I’ve written the developers about this several times over the past few months before and it has not been addressed yet, even though users are now required to pay a subscription for the app. Not interested in paying a subscription when customer service is this bad.