A native macOS version of Actions. A web version of Actions has been released at https://actions.moleskinestudio.com
it's been 3+ years and they still chilling with their crappy desktop app, I am moving to some other app :/
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It’s not fair that only Action doesn’t have MAC APP!!
I’m a big fan of Moleskine ,and I subscribe yearly plan for the Moleskine Studio. I also subscribe the yearly plan of Journey.
Of course everything is great. The UI, the color, the gestures more and more. However, I’m so sad about Action because it only have a web app, not a Mac app ! So every time when I just want to quickly jot down something that I have to do, then the only way to open Action is either open Timepage app first then switch to the Action webpage or directly open a browser then open Action webpage.
Could you please tell me why only Timepage have Mac app and Action doesn’t have the Mac app? I love these apps but the fly in the ointment is the Action app doesn’t have a independent app for someone who wants to simply collect the idols.
Please, please get this out the door - we need it!
In general, the possibility of pasting the URL is sorely lacking
Three years of this joke is no longer funny. Actions on the web is NOT a useful alternative for sync with Desktop apps, YOU KNOW THIS, so don’t pretend it is. Loyal fans of Timepage deserve better. Bonobo should be fired by Moleskine for ruining their stellar organizational reputation with falsely advertising Actions works across platforms by claiming the horrible web version is some remotely acceptable substitute for a syncing app.
Guy Caldwell: Sorry to hear you don't like the web version - we're open to any constructive feedback!
Alex Louden: Maybe enable the installation of the iPadOS app on macs in the appstore? Most ipados apps run smoothly on Apple Silicon. please enable this option, if you're not buillding a dedicated macOS app.
Ilya: This would definitely meet my needs, and would serve as a good intermediate step for us very engaged folks.
Alex Louden: Alex, there are only two answers for your suggestion - either you pretend to be ignorant about the advantage of a native app or you are paid to pretend to be ignorant. Since you asked, I’ll state the obvious:
Things you’ll never get in a web app: Faster loading times, reduced latency for every interaction, more UI feedback, smoother gestures, more fluid graphics, experience integration, dock icon with badges, OS level notifications, ... come on, you are smart, you continue. Now, since you defend the half-baked web app solution, maybe you can also include a few serious reasons why a web app is a better for us - paying subscribers of your app - then a “standard” native macos app we’ve been begging for, for so long. Any ideas?!
I have used Timepage since it’s inception, but I am at a complete loss on how that wonderful program is now able to sync with iCloud across MacOS and iOS but Actions remains orphaned in its own silo of ridiculously beautiful yet inoperable utility without sync to Reminders or a Desktop version. HOW MANY YEARS DO WE HAVE TO WAIT?
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Ben Hamey: I get this isn’t easy to do, but it has been YEARS since this was promised and now demoted to “UNDER REVIEW”. What needs to be “Reviewed” instead of implemented? Be honest, if you can’t do it, but do not provide false advertising to keep stringing us along as if anyone there is actually working on it instead of admitting it isn’t happening.
Ben Hamey: does this mean the native os app is no longer in development? Wasn’t this “in progress” a little while ago? I’ve been waiting for this feature for years, if it’s actually not coming I’ll choose another app
Please yes I need this
Omg!!!! This is the best! That is until a desktop app is coming!!!
Windows too please…. I have to use Windows at work