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Opus Domini Mobile Pro


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Personal Planner & Time Management App. Buy iPad version, download on iPhone for free and sync both.*

Features Available on both iPad & iPhone:

√ Daily tasks
√ Master tasks
√ Task repeat with all occurrences showing
√ Daily schedule - syncs with Calendar
√ Daily Notes
√ Weekly milestones (Compass)
√ Goals
√ Mission & vision
√ Quick search

iPad-only features:

√ Multiple planner views (5 days, Week, Month, Year, etc.)
√ Event & Meeting planner
√ Repeating tasks
√ Master tasks with Subtasks
√ Master task planner
√ Inspirational quotes
√ Contacts

** Opus Domini uses iCloud to share information across the different versions and devices. So in order to sync information between your different devices you will be needing to use a compatible combination of OS X and iOS. Otherwise your Mac will be storing information in one place and your iPad/iPhone will be storing the information in another, breaking the sync.

Compatible combinations are:

Macs running Mavericks will sync with iPads/iPhones running iOS 7
Macs running Yosemite will sync with iPads/iPhones running iOS 8


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Customer Reviews

Closest to a Franklin App than Any Other

I am also a long time Franklin addict, and had never been even remotely satisfied with any planner app. I initially downloaded the free version, was pleasantly surprised, and after a couple weeks of research and continued use I went for it and bought the full version, fully expecting to regret it and consider it a waste of money. I have been proven wrong and have continued to use the app for almost an entire year - I have never before actually relied and continually used an online planner before, I have always return it to pen and paper and Franklin. Ironically Franklin has come to disappoint me in recent years with their limited selection compared to 10 years ago and now that I am hooked on Opus there is no way I would go back to a Franklin. There are a few issues with Opus that I wish were better: the compass feature and goal planning leave much to be desired, and for some reason I am unable to import or even manually add contacts, but this is easy to compensate for with standard iPad and iPhone apps. Overall I think this app has kept me better organized then Franklin ever did plus I am glad to be happy with something digital rather then stuck on paper. Haters are just haters!

Replaced Franklin Planner - Doesn't sync between devices

I love the functionality of this program and the excellent tech support that I've received. Because it is not possible to synch between devices, my iPad has become my new, stand-alone "Frankly Planner". I can't see anything I enter on my iPad on any other device. No synching between devices is not convenient and frustrating but, it's also not a compelling reason for me to abandon the app.

I can and do back up to iTunes. In fact, it is possible to move data from one device to another using iTunes. You simply use the "save as feature" in iTunes to save the most recent backup file to your hard drive immediately after the synch is complete. You then sync your other device and "add" the backup file to the back up file you saved previously and synch again. This copies the data that you backed up on one device to your other device. You then "import" the backup file on the other device after the synch. is complete.

If this program was to synch between devices like "Evernote" is able to do quite reliably, I'd give it 10 stars!

Company no longer updates

I wanted to love this app. I bought the iPhone, iPad, and Mac versions. In theory, this is the perfect embodiment of the Covey organizational system. Unfortunately the company seems unwilling or unable to put the time into making this app work. That's fine for a free app or maybe even a 99 cent one, but for the money I paid I definitely feel ripped off. The syncing was always an issue, but not a major one. I could make it work. But there have been bugs from the get go that have yet to be squashed. It doesn't rotate right. Switching between pages is an adventure. When I get it to work I'm not always sure how I did it. It's look is very much dated and a prime illustration of bad skueomorphism. Worst of all is that it hasn't been updated in over a year. If you can't even put the effort to make token improvements, you should just pull the app. It's just a shame because the parts are all there, I just don't think this company has the programming chops to make it work. Unfortunately I have to recommend you stay away from this app. Save your money, you'll just regret spending it.

Opus Domini Mobile Pro
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • $6.99
  • Category: Productivity
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.3
  • Size: 22.5 MB
  • Languages: English, Spanish
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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