Amie - Todos, email, calendar 4+

Joyful productivity

Amie GmbH

    • 3.5 • 90 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

The joyful productivity app.
Schedule time for todos, events, and contacts.

- Use your calendar as a todo list
- Color your calendar to organize
- Instantly know if someone is available
- Track what you listened to when
- Send scheduling links guests love
- Always know what your team is up to

Terms of use: https://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/dev/stdeula/

What’s New

Version 1.4.1

- fix priority not being displayed for email in the list

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
90 Ratings

90 Ratings

KylinNelson ,

Needs some key features

First, it’s a good app! The free version (for now) is quite generous and is helpful for evaluating the tool. Bonus points for being the only calendar tool I’m aware of to feature two-way sync with Things 3. That is the feature that got me to consider testing out the app.

While I love the direction it’s going, here are some key features the Amie team should prioritize:

Improving Things 3 syncing. If I complete an event from the Things app, it disappears from the calendar if I’ve scheduled the task for a time. Also, it doesn’t mark the task as complete in Amie. Something is off with the 2-way syncing, but I’m confident the devs can fix that.

Support natural language processing. This is probably the #1 thing the team should focus on. Many of us potential Amie users are calendar power users coming from other calendar apps, of which most have natural language processing. I was actually quite surprised Amie doesn’t have this feature yet, but it’s an important one.

Creating an iPad version of the app. I know it’s most likely somewhere on the roadmap, but calendar power users are using their calendars on Mac, iPhone, and iPad. Every great calendar app has a version for all these platforms, so Amie shouldn’t be any different.

I hope the devs and Amie team find this feedback helpful! Great start to a solid calendar, but let’s make it the best calendar app out there!

Ridgeway42 ,

Cool google addon; add support for other mailboxes

This trend of calling products, especially calendar products, “in production” or out of waitlist and not even trying to integrate all the other massively used platforms is just kinda crazy. This should be called a google add-on until there’s bigger support; and if I’m wrong please do tell because this trend is frustrating especially since the API’s/connectors/tools to connect say, I don’t know, Exchange or even IMAP are there. So calling this revolutionary game changing app center on a core requirement that brings it from a “calendar” to a “$15/m google addon” that I will say looks great but geez. I rarely ever leave 1 star reviews, but selling people on a product then throwing in a huge asterisk at setup time is just kind of backwards, and this isn’t the first “startup” around calendar/email doing this. Why just google? Because it’s easy. Calling it a day at Googles API is very easy rather than supporting the actually very complex world of email and calendar. And given that keynote presentation fluff, put that effort into a product not an overpriced addon to google. Anyway, woosh. My 2 cents. Will happily amend if proven wrong.

Teckdude ,

Love it but would make a few changes/add

I love the app and how it’s designed and runs. I do have a problem with not being able to change the color of events connected to one particular email. Once that it fixed that will bump it up a star.

So on to the changes or add. One is how to add custom alert for events. It’s so annoying to do it on the iPhone. It takes me way to long to make an a 1 day before event alert than it should. The wheel or whatever you want to call it is just bad in my opinion. Nice that it’s there but there are better ways to do it.

I would also have the ability to use it in landscape mode. Sometimes I just like to use it in that mode.

I know the repeat event is coming soon to iPhone app but it’s still not here and that’s a big usage for me and probably many others. So I would get that done asap.

One last thing I would add is the ability to add travel time to an event. I like to know how long it usually takes me to get to an event so I know when I should leave. Also it lets me know when I should be ending other events and when not to make events so I’m not late for the event.

Add/make all of these changes and have my one email work like it supposed to and this app will be a 5/5 for me.

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