Posted by Rob LeFebvre on July 31st, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Pocket Informant Pro is a super powerful information manager app with a ton of built in features, along with several that can be purchased as add-ons, increasing the functionality in specific ways.
Now, however, the app’s developer has added Evernote support, with a host of ways to integrate your Evernote reminders and other notes right into Pocket Informant Pro. The concept is to bring together everything about your day into one place, and let you customize every part of the app to make it individually useful to you.
Sounds good to me!
Evernote Integration also includes:
* Rich Text Notes
* Evernote Reminders and todos
* Word Documents
* Support for Evernote “linked notebooks”
WebIS have released a single preview screenshot for Pocket Informant for the iPad. We don’t know much about Pocket Informant on the iPad yet, but this screen shot shows the potential for a PIM on the iPad.
For those of you unfamiliar with Pocket Informant, it’s an all-in-one personal information manager. It’s currently available on multiple platforms, including the iPhone. And is very highly regarded. If the built in Calendar just doesn’t do enough for you, you should look into Pocket Informant.
We took a look at the iPhone version a few months ago — you can read that review to see how much we admired the app on the iPhone. And I think we can expect more of the same on the iPad version.
What we do know is the Pocket Informant for the iPad will be $15 when released. It will be a separate app from the iPhone version to help speed the development of each app. Exactly when it will be released, we don’t know. But it can’t be soon enough!
If the iPhone calendar and sheer absence of built-in task management leave you wanting more, check out Pocket Informant from WebIS. It is a well thought out application, adapted nicely to the iPhone. Despite some performance issues and a (current) lack of functionality compared to the more mature versions of PI that exist on other platforms, its active development ensures that this will not be the case for long.
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