LightArrow Organizer: Calendars, Contacts, Tasks, Notes and Inboxes in One Place!
iPad App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com
When it comes to productivity, it seems like there truly is an app for everything. The trouble with this is that you quickly accumulate a bunch of different apps for different things, making it difficult to keep track of everything and consolidate.
LightArrow Organizer is very well designed and packs a mind-boggling amount of capability into one app.
If you’ve ever looked for a way to keep everything together, this is one app you definitely can’t overlook.
Concept and Functionality:
One of the first things I noticed about LightArrow Organizer, by LightArrow Inc., is that the introductory screens try to be as informational as possible. This is primarily because the app is jam packed with more features than I could probably list.
When it comes to navigation, LightArrow Organizer does have a little bit of a learning curve. However, this is primarily because the app packs a bunch of useful features on the screen.
It’ll definitely take you a little while to find everything that LightArrow Organizer offers, but the quick add buttons at the bottom of the screen are a true lifesaver.
Covering every single feature that LightArrow Organizer offers would take far too long, but I can honestly say that this is one of the most feature packed apps I’ve reviewed in quite some time.
The trouble with this is that it feels like the developers are trying to take a little too much on one time. After all, it’s better for an app to be awesome for one thing rather than just okay for a bunch of things.
I do want to mention that LightArrow Organizer functions by counting information as items. For example, a calendar event is an item, one contact is an item, and so on.
You start out with 100 free items, and that can quickly get used up if you decide to import your contacts and calendar events right off the bat.
LightArrow Organizer is available to download from the App Store for free and is universally compatible with iPhone and iPad.
You can purchase increases to your item limit with the of the in-app store, but the primary problem with this is that it can quickly add up for users and someone with over 1000 contacts and a full schedule could easily be forced to spend $70 or more.
Overall, LightArrow Organizer is truly an all-in-one productivity app. It’ll keep track of everything you can think of, but I definitely think that the app needs a more economical way for users to store items without going broke over in-app purchases.
LightArrow Organizer requires iOS 7.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. A small expedited fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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