See what everyone in the family is doing at a glance.
Simple, shared calendar lets you see what every family member is up to at any given time. Multiple calendar views let you choose from month, week and list views or use the side by side day view to see everyone’s calendar at once.
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Eliminate nagging texts, emails and phone calls.
Set multiple email and/or in reminders for yourself and individual family members so everyone knows when events are coming up, and what they’re responsible for. In-app reminders and emails are sent automatically any time there’s a change.
Never forget anything at the store again with shared shopping lists
Shared shopping lists are life changing!
Everyone can add to the list as they notice things that are needed. Once you (or a member of your family) visits the store and ticks an item off the shopping list everyone else will know.
Join thousands of families using Life Sorted to organise their hectic family life, reduce stress and get control over their schedule.
You and your whole family can try Life Sorted for free for 30 days. No commitment or credit card required.
If it doesn’t reduce stress and make you feel more organised, don’t pay a thing
“I have been searching for an app like this for a long time. With three kids, I needed something that was easy to use and a place where I could see everything in one place - it’s perfect!”Ange
“My hubby is a tradie so not office based, we have 3 kids and this app makes things so much less stressful to manage appointments, catch ups etc.”Liz
“I tell EVERYONE about Life Sorted, because it has legitimately changed my life. For the first time in my adult life I am reliable and organised - people can't believe it.”Chelsea
“Life Sorted is great, it's a polished, well thought out app with an intuitive design. It is feature rich without being overdone and complicated - the learning curve was next to zero.”Stuart