Slice Planner is the best way to stay on schedule and get things done.
Get all your favorite calendars (Apple, Google, Outlook) synced in one place, create new events, add reminders, stay up to date with what matters most and keep your life in order in an easy and intuitive way.
Featured in Digital Trends, Mashable, and The Huffington Post, Slice Planner provides an easy and fun way to manage your time, making you more productive, less stressed, and a little bit happier.
• Clockface diagram makes schedule look intuitive and uses an easy-on-the-eyes way of showing how busy you are on any given day, so you always have a visual representation of your entire day and can plan new events easily.
• All your upcoming events and tasks are in one place, so you don’t need to switch between several applications and effortlessly manage your work and life.
• Attach photos to events, so you never miss anything important.
HERE’S WHY WE THINK YOU’LL LOVE SLICE PLANNER
Besides the simplicity of managing your time, Slice Planner allows you to bridge the physical and digital divide by connecting your paper planner with digital calendars.
When you need to write things down but also want to stay synced across all your digital devices to be able to use and exchange digital information, Slice Planner has you covered.
No need to compromise your convenience. Stick with your good old habits and let the technology serve a purpose.
Slice Planner will:
• Make synchronization seamless, fast and easy, so you avoid the need to choose between physical and digital.
• While comparing your physical and digital timetables, the app identifies and notifies you about the concurrent events in your schedule, so you never get double booked.
• Make your schedule look intuitive thanks to the radial clockface diagram, so you get a visual display of the day, all at one glance.
• Make your paper planner “talk” and remind you about the events scheduled on paper, so you never miss anything important.
Designed for people who need to manage busy lives yet want the best of both digital and paper planning tools – Digital Trends
It will make you look and feel like a total boss – Mashable
Stay on schedule. Because it’s easy now.
If you have any questions or run into trouble – please contact us. We provide professional support for Slice Planner and we’ll be glad to help you.
- Scanning algorithm and accuracy improvement;
- Debug mode for events scanning and recognition. This will help us bring a much better user experience and timely support;
- Bug fixes.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good analog/digital planner
I’ve been using this system since I backed it on Kickstarter. I have all the iOS/iTunes updates and have been successfully having both my digital calendar and notebook up to date without any issues. I’d like to see additional diagrams on the left page for tracking generic information.
Nice enough, looking forward to improvements
I love the idea of being able to seamlessly connect a physical planner with my iCal, and on that level this worked beautifully. It takes your brain a minute to wrap around the circular layout vs a linear planner, and the circle is a little small if you have a lot of 15 minute time frames. I like the cross-sync ability with iCal, this is by far the best planner, or even time/project management tool in that regard. However, I can’t get the app to recognize my handwriting even a little, I have to type in the name of all my appointments, and my handwriting is very neat. Also there is little to no instruction, you just click around to figure things out. This isn’t the most intuitive app, so that gets a little frustrating, but I’m willing to stick with it for the functions it does offer.
Fails to recognize ANY kind of writing
While the app analyses the time slots, it can NEVER capture my writing.
It’s not like it captures the writing wrong- it just doesn’t capture it. I get the title of “new event” for every calendar slot. And then I have to type in the event. Well if I’m typing it in anyway- why bother with the written planner? It’s one function is to aid you to write more, type less and translate written to digital- it fails completely.
This doesn’t seem to be a bug issue, but just a poorly planned app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.