iPlan myTime: Your Calendar on a Timeline, Version 1.5 Now Available

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[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - Urban Design Limited today announces the release and the immediate availability of version 1.5 of iPlan myTime for the iPhone and iPodTouch.

iPlan myTime takes the calendar to the next level. Not only it allows you to view your appointments in different ways but it gives you the tools to organise and manage your time by displaying your tasks on an editable timeline.

Time is money and we all need to manage our tasks in order meet our deadlines. Miss management of time can effect the quality of our work and our relationship with our clients. Project management is not pretty, and traditionally the available tools have been geared towards large projects making them too cumbersome to be used for small proposals or by individuals. Also to use a calendar to plan out a project is awkward and lacks the required flexibility. In any project things change and one needs the simple tools to edit and change a series of tasks to reflect these changes.

iPlan myTime addresses these issues by firstly being a full fledged calendar app, allowing you to display fully, or in parts as it might be relevant, your calendars which then can be combined with your project timeline. iPlan myTime organises your tasks to your working day and will not only represent your tasks graphically but also can calculate how many hours each task will take. This is huge, helping you to visualise the whole of your project or how each part relates to each other, combined with the power of on screen editing makes iPlan myTime an essential tool for managing projects as they develop and change. This information can then be exported as graphic timeline or tab delineated table, where it can be used in project presentations.

iPlan myTime gives you the flexibility to sync in many different ways. Firstly you can sync with your Calendar app and use iPlan myTime as an extension of your calendar. Secondly, you might not want your Calendar to be over populated with individual project tasks, so iPlan myTime gives you the option of saving a project to your device, and sharing it with other devices using iCloud. Thirdly, you can combine the two options and have your project on your iPhone, syncing using iCloud and then also displaying your appointments from your Calendar app. In this way can easily see how your an individual project tasks relate to your schedule without overwhelming your Calendar with content.

Even if you are part of a large team that uses a project management tool, you still would benefit from using iPlan myTime to plan out your tasks which you can then share with your colleagues.

Feature Highlights:
* Display your Calendars as a list, month view or as a timeline
* Edit your tasks visually:
- change the length of a task
- move a group of tasks up or down the timeline
* Create multiple project
* Share your and export your project timelines:
- As images
- As tab delineated table
- As a Desktop image
* Extensive Timezone support
* Extensive syncing options with the Calendar app
* iCloud support and syncing

What's new in version 1.5.x:
In version 1.5.x We have responded to comments and criticisms and have modified the app in a major way.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* Compatible with iPhone 5
* 4.2 MB

Pricing and Availability:
iPlan myTime 1.5 is free for a 3 week trial and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category. The app can be upgraded from within the app for $1.99.

Urban Design Limited is a UK registered company operating from offices in London England. The company specialises in design and development of software and has been involved in many different aspects of both disciplines for more than 20 years. Copyright (C) 2012 Urban Design Limited. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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