- Price: $0.99 In Apple Store
- Category: Lifestyle
- Updated: 2009-08-15
- Current Version: 1.1
- Size: 0.20 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: SplashData
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
- © 2009 SplashData, Inc
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Keep track of all your home improvement, gardening, and maintenance projects with Homeowner Calendar! Now with Push Notification!Features:- Built in calendar of tasks you need to do throughout the year to protect your investment in your home- Alert…..
Rated 1/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
Nice but needs work
This is very helpful but needs some updates to really be a great tool.
1. Ability to edit each item-I may need
to prune roses at a different time than someone living in Oregon.
2. Ability to email items-I may want my husband to prune the roses.
3.Ability to set recurring items-prune those roses in spring and fall.
4. Ability to change icons.
There may be things that other users have thought of but this is my list for now.
If this app will keep track of all those nagging chores for me I can fill my head with better stuff.
It's Just "OK"
RICHARD GOOD write:
There should be a way to mark complete or in progress. There should also be a way to add notes. There should be a way to add to a list and pick things from it also. Other then this "It's Just "OK".
App needs more..
Thought this would be like the birthday app or the SplashID app so i could add what entries that i want. Not so easy in this app. Basically the app is a collection of events that Splashdata has decided when and what must happen. Of course, you can add new items BUT no choosing of icons or categories or types like in SplashID. If you want to preserve the existing icons you gotta edit the existing entries but no way to copy or duplicate an entry that may happen several times over the year. So you lose out on the icon on repeatable events. Also there's no desktop app to help bulk entry of items. You really are getting your full value of .99 cents for this app - 49 cents for the preloaded events and 50 cents for the push notifications - and that's all!!! I think the time they spent sitting in a conference room, hashing out what events to add, could've been better spent by incorporating existing code from splashID and splashbirthday to provide more functionality.
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