Moleskine Actions Productivity App

May 23, 2018

Category: Tech

Moleskine is renowned in the world of everyday carry for their incredibly simple and gorgeous minimalist pocket notebook designs. Now, it seems, they’re taking that signature style into the next century with their new Actions productivity app.

As you might expect from Moleskine, this smartphone app is all about simplicity – not just in appearance, but in function, as well. The menus are all uncluttered and easy to navigate and adding something to your schedule is as simple as punching it in with normal language. If you want to set an appointment at 11 on the fifth of November, you just type it in – it’s as easy as that. You can also create custom lists, repeat reminders, and more. Best of all, this gloriously uncluttered organizational application is completely free.

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