Can you recommend an equivalent to Lotus Organizer that has an iOS app and can store data on PC and in the cloud?

Roger Ellman November 26, 2012
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Lotus Organizer can only be accessed on say, one PC.

I need now to have the same functionality, i.e. combined calendar and schedules, full contacts, a notes or notepad section, interlinking of all these, AND to also have a compatible app for iOS and store both on PC and in the cloud.

Every other program I have been recommended divides these functions into 1 Notes 1 Calendar 1 Contacts function. The great unbeatable (so far) benefits of Lotus Organizer are that it combines these and more, has Interlinking (hyperlinks) between these and allows increments in alarm times etc. that suit the user (e.g. a number of minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, etc), has great repeat occurrence selections, and as a bonus is customizable to show color scheme preferred (instead of the drab “you’re at grey-dull-work-now-boy” look of most contenders—why?!)

If you don’t know of one – I’ve seen many but would be happy to know of more! But if you are developing one – I’d be happy to help re the usability I see in Lotus Org.

Many thanks!
Roger

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  1. Economatix
    November 27, 2012 at 6:48 am

    I think you're unlikely to find an exact drop-in replacement, and might have to bridge the functionality between two applications. What you're looking for is Evernote http://evernote.com/. It's completely cross platform, installing on just about anything out there. Concerning reminders/calendars etc you might want to take a look at this; https://support.evernote.com/link/portal/16051/16058/Article/1632/Does-Evernote-integrate-with-my-favorite-calendar-application-service.

    Hope this helps and good luck!