Currently Routine is available for desktop on macOS (Apple) and Windows (Microsoft). A mobile app for iPhone (Apple) is also available.
Android and iPad will come a later.
We know how frustrating it is to sign up to a service or application and not get to test it out right away.
Even though Routine is still in its early days, we are working very hard to provide the best experience possible. This is why we restrain ourselves from inviting everybody at once.
We have ten of thousands of people on the waiting list and we try to invite a few hundred every week.
As an estimate, it can therefore take 1 to 3 months to get an invite.
You can however refer the app to your friends to move up in the waiting list.
In order to control which calendars are displayed on the Routine app, just navigate to the Settings screen by clicking the ⚙️ icon at the bottom of the menu. Then head to Calendars and turn on and off the calendars that interest you:
Open the Settings in the menu (⚙️ icon) and click on the Dark Mode toggle to turn it on and off.
Go to Settings, then Shortcuts and you will be able to redefine the keyboard shortcuts.
A number of third-party services are supported for which Routine automatically imports tasks or, sometimes, synchronizes with. The list of services is available in
If the service you would like to use is not supported yet, you can take a look at Zapier which supports 3000+ applications. Since Routine integrates with
You can activate an integration by opening Settings (the ⚙️ icon in the menu) and selecting Integrations. Follow the steps to set up your integration of your choice from there.
In the future, a premium plan will likely be introduced along with a team plan coming with collaborative functionalities.
However, it is our intention to always maintain a free version for non professionals to be able to use Routine and organize their life.
It is our intention to maintain a free plan for students throughout the world to use Routine.
In addition, there will likely be a discount for students to access the advanced functionalities provided by the premium plan.
If you see this message when signing in with Google, copy the URL (
https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/...) and try opening it in a different browser.
This is an error that happens on Google’s side and which Routine cannot solve by itself.
However, it can often be resolved by opening the URL in a different browser.