Sponsor: TimeFrame

My thanks again to TimeFrame for sponsoring the Very Nice Web Site RSS feed this week.

I’ve been overwhelmed by the positive response TimeFrame has received since it was released. People new to mobile calendaring and experienced users alike are finding it a simple and compelling experience.

But what about those of us who already have a great mobile calendar? Many of us use our calendars several times a day. When I designed TimeFrame, I decided to take the most-used aspects of mobile calendars and simplify them. I wanted to give back, if I could, a few seconds of time and sanity to everyone’s day. Add it up, and that would really make a difference.

Think about how you use your calendar. If you’re like me, you first work out a mental picture of your schedule: often to find the best chunk of free time for a new event. Traditionally, this requires a lot of tapping, and remembering each day’s events until you have a week or more in your head at once. With TimeFrame, none of that is necessary: your schedule is accessible visually, without any extra work. You can compare two days’ or two months’ schedules just by looking at them side-by-side. And when you create an event, it starts by default in your free time that day. When you use your calendar frequently, the little things really do add up.

There’s a lot more to discover in TimeFrame. Find it on the App Store for $2.99, learn more about it on our website, and let us know how we can make it better: or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.

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