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App Review: LifeTopix Helps You Organize Everything

April 15, 2013 — by Sette Capati5


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App Review: LifeTopix Helps You Organize Everything

April 15, 2013 — by Sette Capati5

What do you think should you prioritize: the most important or the urgent? While there are numerous productivity and time-management apps that you’ll find on the App Store, let me share to you this interesting app – an all-in-one virtual organizer that helps you manage your daily tasks, appointments, and projects. I call it my “lifeline dashboard.”

What the heck?

Light Arrow’s LifeTopix is a productivity tool for iOS devices that allows you to organize your schedule, agenda, to-do list and everything else in a single platform and tracks all the information in your life.


Life­Topix is a com­plete life orga­ni­za­tion app designed from the ground up to rede­fine pro­duc­tiv­ity very dif­fer­ently from the same old daily plan­ners, per­sonal orga­niz­ers, to-do lists and cal­en­dars, with nat­ural con­nec­tions and reuse across top­ics and data.

How does it work?

For first-time users, you might be intimidated with all the topics and data on “My Topics” tab. Fear not. I advise you to take one step at a time browsing all tabs and topics on the dashboard. Honestly, it took me a few days to master its features. Nonetheless, this is one of the most astounding productivity apps I have ever reviewed.

Life­Topix covers 12 topics (areas of life) of an individual. To help you identify them easily, here is the chart from the official website.


These 12 topics were intentionally (and intelligently) designed to help users manage projects and tasks, track services and service providers, health activities, events and appointments, shopping lists, to-do lists, and many more.

It functions like a Swiss knife – everything you need is already there – but it doesn’t require you to use all of them. You may use two or three topics for a good start.


Under My Apps tab, you can integrate your Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Pinterest, Safari, and Twitter accounts. What’s more, it will prompt you to back up everything via iCloud or any of the cloud services you prefer.

How’s the app?

LifeTopix is a large application in terms of its internal explorations. It may be intimidating for first-time users, but the “Engage” tab or Help Center will guide you along the way. It takes a few days before you get used to its functions, but if you are in dire need of organizing and managing your activities in the long run, this app is worth downloading.

It’s available on App Store via direct link for $4.99.

Sette Capati

Hi, I'm Krisette C. I'm a technology writer who loves to cover disruptive technologies, trends, and a myriad of rumors and news updates. To satiate the inconsolable longing to feed my gadget addiction, I simply write and tinker my gadgets for reviews. You may follow my blurbs, too! @krisettecapati

  • Paula

    Sounded interesting, but it’s now $4.99 which is a lot for an app I can’t test with a lite free version first. Too bad for us, too bad for them!!

    • Hey Paula!

      Oh, I didn’t know the price was doubled. But if you’re in dire need of an organizer, you can make the most out of it.

      Sette C.

      • Paula

        Would you consider $4.99 a fair price? I’d really just like to try it first and see if it would work for me before I commit. There are other organizers I can get for free or half the price that I know are OK. This sounds better but without a test I don’t think I would buy it.

        • Heyah Paula,

          The developer told me the $2.99 was a promotional price. $4.99 isn’t a fair price. You may follow LightArrow on Twitter, I think they can give you promo code to try this app.

          All the best,
          Sette C.

          • Paula

            Thanks for that info.