Moleskine launches calendar application Moleskine TimePage for iPhone and Apple Watch.
Yeah, that Moleskine. The one in your bag filled with your daily schedules and meeting doodles, has now launched an application that transfers ALL of your appointments from iCloud, Google Calendar and Microsoft Exchange 2007 to one very sleek, beautiful and comprehensive digital platform. It basically resembles your actual planner except this one, being on a smart device, can incorporate digital capabilities.
For instance, whenever I put in an event on my calendar, I input the address and directions on how to get there. That morning, I pull down my notifications page to quickly check the weather before clicking on my weather app for a more detailed outlook. With Moleskine TimePage, all of that is taken care of. A meeting in your city (or another for that matter) automatically shows hourly and daily weather forecasts, estimated travel time, directions, and even UBER.
Even the day when your calendar is empty, they are filled with interesting “This Day In History” information like on June 4, 1937 – Shopping Carts made their debut at the Humpty Dumpty supermarket in Oklahoma. The following day in 1977, the first personal computer, the Apple II, went on sale. Cool, huh? I actually wish there was a way to keep these nifty facts even on the day you had things scheduled!
“As a company devoted to the design of tools for creative professionals and knowledge workers, we’re thrilled to be adding another piece to our analog/digital portfolio. Our aim is to offer tools for an ever more productive organization of time, projects and ideas, filling the analog/digital divide,” says Moleskine CEO, Arrigo Berni.
Currently, Moleskine TimePage is available for $4.99 in the App Store and is compatible on iOS 8 and above for iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5S, 6, 6 Plus as well as the Apple watch. For privacy reasons, nothing is stored on Moleskine servers. All data is synced directly with the provider (iCloud/Google/Exchange) and cached on your personal device.