By kazuhiko takahashi
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
This schedule book app allows you to write by hand. You can freely calendarize into a monthly or daily calendar.
Why do you think people still use paper-based schedule books while smart phones and tablets are so popular? Perhaps, it is because they can't switch paper-based schedule books to digital apps.
First of all, the existing app's system is based on typing a predefined content into a specified section using a keyboard which seems rather a prim solution for us.
Therefore, we tried to create a schedule book app for users who like to write a lot of details, or make it colorful, or quickly enter minimum information by taking the advantages of a hand-writing schedule book such as the flexible entry approach and easy overlook. We successfully combined them with digital steric expression.
For the important hand-writing input engine, we made a number of improvements according to user feedbacks through developments such as ThinkWrite.
We believe it is a top class hand-writing app in the market for its practicality, although we will continue striving for improvement.
What's New in Version 201612.016
I made it possible to paste Post-It in the monthly calendar.
Added paper color (cream).
The format of the action has been changed to 4 division method.
Improved followability when writing in handwriting.
- Category: Lifestyle
- Updated: Dec 09, 2016
- Version: 201612.016
- Size: 49.2 MB
- Languages: English, Japanese
- Seller: kazuhiko takahashi
- © Link iOS Calendar. Link with Dropbox, and Export to Evernote.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.