Timetable Is A Personal Organiser Designed For Students

Timetable Is A Personal Organiser Designed For Students
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Android: If you’re looking for a great way to organise your classes, homework, reading assignments and schedule, Timetable is an personal organiser designed with you in mind. The app has multiple views so you can check your class schedule and events, if you have exams or quizzes and assignments for each class.

Timetable takes all of the great things about a paper student organiser and puts them on your Android phone or tablet. You’ll always have a view with your schedule on it, so even though you eventually come to know by memory where you’re supposed to be at what time, you’ll always have a place to look at it. Timetable also makes it easy to note which days are holidays, what assignments you have due on what days, which days you have exams or quizzes, and more. You can even search across assignments and classes.

The app also supports DashClock Widget, so you can see your events on your lock screen, and comes with home screen widgets as well for a quick view of the class that’s coming up, or any lessons and tasks you have to do right now. Timetable will even auto-mute your phone during classes. The app is free, optimised for both Android phones and tablets, and available at the link below.

Timetable (Free) [Google Play]