InFocus Pro is a productivity app for iOS

InFocus Pro is a productivity app for iOS

InFocus Pro is a productivity app for iOS

If you’re the type of person who constantly has a busy schedule, then you know the importance of keeping a to-do list with you at all times. Not only do they help you organize your day, but they are great tools for reducing the stress involved in having to remember every task you have to attend to during the day. InFocus Pro is a productivity app that will give you the ability to create to-do lists, organize your calendar, and keep track of multiple projects.

The app borrows a familiar design from several apps in the category, which is great especially if you don’t have time to learn how to use a completely new app to stay organized. The main screen allows you to toggle between a list, day, week, and month view of the calendar so you can view any upcoming events. The app will automatically sync with your calendar and load all your events in the interface.

You can also choose between a classic calendar and photo calendar design by tapping on the gear icon on the bottom of the screen. The classic calendar is basically a stripped down design, whereas the photo calendar allows you to add a custom background from the app’s wallpaper collection or from your photo gallery.

In addition to the calendar, InFocus Pro also contains a fully featured to-do list, checklist, project manager, and notebook. This makes this a very powerful app for staying organize and a suitable alternative to other popular productivity apps such as Evernote. You can also enable the password protect feature in the settings menu and change the startup view to include or exclude different sections of the app.

InFocus Pro is free to download from the iTunes app store and is compatible with devices running iOS 6.0 or later.

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