Jul 06, 2016 - Indie developer, Diethard Seiferth today announces Uno Actu 1.2, an update to his popular productivity app developed exclusively for iOS devices. Uno Actu is much more than an address book. Anyone can hold all data about their specialists in one place, including family doctor, mechanic, repairman, lawyer, lawn care and more. For each specialist, opening hours can be added and shared via cloudKit with other users of the app. Version 1.2 features an integrated calendar and more.
Jan 11, 2013 - Diethard Seiferth today announced that his new Calendar and Organizer App AroundCalS is now available in version 1.1 exclusively for the iPhone and iPod Touch. With AroundCalS, you can add photos, checkable lists, priority, tag, and progress status to your iPhone calendar events. AroundCalS is automatically in sync with the iPhone Calendar App. In AroundCalS 1.1 and AroundCal 3.7 you can add your own tag images from your photo library. A template will be saved for the selected tag & address.
Oct 27, 2012 - Independent iPhone and iPad apps developer, Diethard Seiferth today announced the upcoming release of Servicebook, his new productivity app developed for iOS devices. Servicebook uniquely combines address book and appointment management. Dates to the doctor, in the garage or in the fitness center, with the Servicebook app you can create a card for each of your service providers with any information like office hours at the doctor, insurance policy number, motor vehicle records, and more.
May 13, 2012 - Organize your event sequences and always have your future events at a glance. The universal Calendar Sequencer App "Calquencer" is now available in version 1.1 exclusively for iOS. With Calquencer, you can easily and quickly generate sequences of events in the iOS event database that are shown in the iOS calendar and other calendar apps presenting events from the iOS event database. For each date you can insert individual notes. All event templates are saved locally or in iCloud.
Jul 05, 2011 - Independent developer Diethard Seiferth today introduces TagYourTime! 1.0, his new tag based calendar app for iPhone and iPod touch. The focus of TagYourTime! is not in the planning of appointments, but in the display "what's next". TagYourTime! bypasses barriers of 24 hour days and gives you a whole new sense of time. Based on a unique graphical tag system, TagYourTime! shows you in how many days, hours and minutes next events take place.
Nov 09, 2010 - Independent developer Diethard Seiferth today announces AroundCal 1.7, an update to his task and time management app for iPhone and iPod touch. With AroundCal, you can add photos, user definable lists, priority, tag, progress status, project or voice memo to your iPhone calendar events. AroundCal is automatically in sync with the iPhone Calendar App, MobileMe, and other sync services who sync the iPhone calendar. Subscribed calendars will also be shown.
Jun 27, 2010 - Independent developer Diethard Seiferth today announces AroundCal 1.0, his new Task and Time Management App for iPhone and iPod touch. AroundCal is built around the iPhone calendar events. It adds attributes like priority, in progress/completed status, project and voice memo to your iPhone calendar events and is always in sync with the iPhone Calendar App. AroundCal uses the original iPhone Event UI for adding and modifying events and the iPhone's Address Book User Interface for birthday events.
May 07, 2010 - Independent developer Diethard Seiferth has released his FirstThings Time Management App exclusively for the iPhone and iPod touch. FirstThings is an 4th generation Time Management App based on the books "First Things First" and "The 7 Habits of highly effective people" from Stephen R. Covey. FirstThings is based on weekly planning and challenges the user to think in roles and weekly goals.
Apr 20, 2010 - Diethard Seiferth today announced FirstThings 2.1 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. FirstThings is a 4th generation time management App based on the books from Stephen R. Covey. It is based on weekly planning and challenges the user to think in roles and weekly goals. The user can select a week, add the roles he or she wants to plan for, define a goal for each role, and add the tasks he or she wants to process.