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Review: Timetable – TT Assistant

Timetable is a flexible, straight forward, and easy to use timetable and daily assistant application for teachers and students.

Timetable supports all sorts of timetables from weekly, to rotating, it suits to your schooling needs. Unsure of what class, meeting, or duty you have next? Timetable will make sure you know what’s coming up, with notifications and a today view notification.

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I’ve been using Timetable for a week and a few things struck me. The easy to use application made it a breeze to add my timetable and various meetings I have each week.

Timetable kept me up to date throughout the day notifying me of my next class with an eye-pleasing UI and notifications, a simple glance at Timetable will provide a mountain of essential information from your current and upcoming class, times and time left in the current class or break.

Daily Timetable UI, showing current class and time

In Timetables’ latest update they have brought long-awaited features including Widgets, iCloud Sync, Split-view, and most important native iPad support.

Adding your timetable and classes is a breeze, simply open Timetable, choose your timetable style, add your breaks, holidays, and days off and you done. Once the setup is complete, you can start adding your classes, meetings, and duties. Adding your blocks is easy, simply press ‘+’ then enter the name, time, and room, and your set Timetable will notify you when your class is about to start and finish, keeping you up to date, so you don’t miss a thing.

For students and teachers, I highly recommend downloading Timetable which is available for iPhone, iPod, and iPad for $2.99. You can find Timetable on the App Store here.

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