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What's a good free class schedule builder app?


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Ever since college started I've been carrying a class list around with me everyday with the class list, dates, rooms, etc. Is there a free app for the iPhone/iPod Touch that would take all my classes times and rooms and put it into the nice row and column schedule format? Thanks in advance
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Why not use iCal to set up your schedule and have that sync with your iPhone/iTouch if you're using a Mac? If you're using Windows and you have Outlook, you should be able to do the same with the Outlook calendar (I believe its the Outlook calendar that iTunes syncs on Windows).

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Why not use iCal to set up your schedule and have that sync with your iPhone/iTouch if you're using a Mac? If you're using Windows and you have Outlook, you should be able to do the same with the Outlook calendar (I believe its the Outlook calendar that iTunes syncs on Windows).
I second the iCal suggestion. I also use the Notes app for quick reference to class times/rooms/etc. I actually use Notes more frequently because it's quicker to edit and use.

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