iDailyPlan: Written iPhone App Review
iDailyPlan by Gaetano Giusto seeks to provide its users with an easy way to completely plan and organize just about all aspects of their lives (you can also access it with the Italian iTunes link here)This app certainly is designed to be useful for a wide range of activities, from planning a budget to keeping a schedule of your weekly activities to keeping all of your business contacts organized.
The name of this app really says all that really needs to be known about it. iDailyPlan is designed to provide iOS users with a way to keep all of their lives’ plans organized. While there are certainly many other apps to help people keep their budgets, activity plans, daily tasks, and other such lists organized, iDailyPlan is unique in that it provides easy ways for consumers to do all of these things through using just one app. iDailyPlan features forms for these organizational needs that can be quickly filled out; just tapping part of the screen a couple of times is all that is needed to use the “easy insert” feature of this app. iDailyPlan really does what it’s promised to do by providing an app that acts as a cover-all for both business and personal organizational needs. However, for consumers who don’t use their iOS devices for organizational purposes, iDailyPlan will certainly have limited appeal.
Appearance and Layout:
iDailyPlan’s layout is fairly smooth, particularly for an app that’s designed to incorporate as many different areas as it is. I appreciated how each area of the app allowed for a user to be as detailed (or non-detailed) as he/she needed to be, and iDailyPlan’s built-in layouts for each of its sections was particularly impressive. The graphics for iDailyPlan definitely aren’t really something to rave about, but at the same time they really don’t warrant any real complaints either. iDailyPlan is primarily a practical app, and as such its graphics are simple and practical themselves. Overall, iDailyPlan’s layout should be easy to get used to, and its appearance (graphically speaking) should be easy on the eyes as well.
iDailyPlan is a somewhat more expensive app of its type, but for some dedicated iOS users, it could be seen as easily justifiable of its price tag. The app is easy to navigate and truly does include ways to keep oneself organized. However, for anyone who does not have any reason to take full advantage of all of iDailyPlan’s features, this app may not really be worth purchasing; instead, such users could probably find free apps that will be just as useful for helping them do the minor planning/organizing that their needs require.
iDailyPlan iPhone app requires iOS 6.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. This app is optimized for iPhone 5. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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