Last night I played around with the idea of a minimalistic flipboard inspired week agenda with a built-in Invy app functionality and weather forecast.
What do you think?
Do we really need another calendar app?
PS. The ultra awesome weather icons are the Climacons from mr. Whitcroft.
about 1 year ago
I think this is nice in style together with Invy. Looks great!
Great stuff man. I would buy it. (the folding paper can't overlap the upper menu bar in iOS i think.)
Still haven't found any iPhone cal app that's perfect.. so, give it a try I suppose.. :-)
I just use the standard calendar app. Works fine.
This is looking amazing. Great job.
Today I'm thinking about design that's blankly minimal and ordinary. The answer is: it can be this app. :)
Looks great! Would you mind if I added this shot to the Climacons web gallery? (the gallery isn't up yet, but it will be in a day or two).
Thanks!..and I feel honoured mr. Whitcroft! Of course you can use this shot :-)
As long as people buy books they prefer because of the cover and the materials which are used and how they feel, they will also use new calendar apps which feels and works better in their hands.
And with this interface? Damn, I would flip to the year 3000, just because it looks good and definitely feels right!
@Dirk Jan Haarsma Right, impossible to cover the status bar.
wow. Vertical scrolling would also be nice. Anyway, MAKE THIS! If you make it free, great way to promote Invy...
you should make this, most definitely
Nice! Looked so good I just went and bought it! :P
Weather on a calendar - makes way too much sense. Great idea!
Only Dutch people will get this: http://images.retecool.com/uploads/6643-reet-mauricedehond.jpg
I think this is freaking awesome. no joke. Instantly like. I have a weather app also on work, soon on App Store, but this... this is great.
YES we need another one, this one looks amazing!
LOVE this Idea. Please make it real! :)
Love that you have the weather forecast on each day!
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