Timetable App Review: Boost Productivity

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Smartphones are an integral part of our lives today. And other than calling, listening to music or just clicking selfies, the apps help to boost productivity in some way or the other, while some just make simple everyday tasks a breeze. One of the most important part of student life, is the Time table, and writing down the whole week’s agenda on the back of the notebook is so 2004.

So after curating through a list of productivity apps, we have finally found an app worth your time and my personal favorite, the Timetable App by Gabriel Ittner available to download for free on the Google Play Store.

With over 1 million downloads, this Timetable app is one of the most popular on the marketplace, and why it shouldn’t be, the app design is simple yet beautiful and intuitive.

The timetable app allows to save your time table and all tasks from home works to exams to your holiday schedule. And you need to enter them only once, since the app is optimized for both smartphones and tablets and syncs your data across all your Android devices.

You can choose a Dark or a Light theme as your preference, you can view timetable as a list or a grid, you can search in your timetable and tasks with options for 2, 3, or 4 week cycle for monthly agenda.

The timetable app also supports notifications for lessons, exams, and tomorrow tasks, and if you often forget to switch to silent profile before class, the app has your back as it automatically mutes phone during lectures. It also comes with widgets in various sizes, and for your lock screen so that a complete today view of your tasks is just a swipe away.


This timetable app has been the one I have been using for a long time now after experimenting through many others on the marketplace which are good too, but this one just seems to hit the sweet spot in great user interface and practicality.

And so, for all school and college students, do make sure to check out the Timetable app by Gabriel Ittner available for free on the Google Play Store.

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