Cozi Family Organizer

Cozi Family Organizer for Pc

  • Category: Productivity
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-22
  • Current version: 9.8.5
  • File size: 107.59 MB
  • Developer: Cozi
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Cozi Family Organizer on your Windows PC

Download Cozi Family Organizer for Windows: Cozi Family Organizer is an Productivity App, developed by Cozi. The Productivity App was officially released 2010-12-21. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Cozi, with the latest current version being 9.8.5 which was officially released on 2018-10-22. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 148,829 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Using Cozi Family Organizer on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Cozi Family Organizer on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use Cozi Family Organizer for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Cozi Family Organizer in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Cozi Family Organizer application icon. A window of Cozi Family Organizer will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Cozi Family Organizer icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Cozi Family Organizer

Developer Description

Cozi Family Organizer is the surprisingly simple way to manage everyday family life. With a shared calendar, reminders, grocery list and more, Cozi is a 3-time Mom’s Choice Award Winner and The TODAY Show “must-have app” for a better life. Cozi is free, easy to use, and available from any mobile device or computer. FAMILY CALENDAR • Keep track of everyone’s schedules with a simple color-coded calendar • Set reminders for yourself or others in the family so no one misses practice or an important event • Send automated daily or weekly agenda emails to any family member • See upcoming events quickly with 3D Touch and Widgets for iOS 10 SHOPPING LISTS & TO DO LISTS • Everyone in the family will always know what you need at the grocery store • See items added by other family members in real-time, and never forget the one thing you really need to make dinner • Create as many to do lists as you want - a shared to do list for the whole family, chore checklists for the kids, a vacation packing checklist, and more RECIPE BOX • Organize all your recipes in one place that's accessible anytime, anywhere - at home or at the store • Add ingredients to your shopping list quickly and schedule meals onto your calendar • Cook from your phone with helpful features like the no-dim button that keeps your screen on while you're cooking MORE ABOUT COZI • Your Cozi calendar, shopping lists, to do items, recipe box and family journal are accessible from any mobile device or computer • No matter where or how your family signs in to Cozi, everyone will be looking at the same information • The whole family shares one account that everyone can access using their own email address (as specified in Settings) and the shared family password RAVE REVIEWS ABOUT COZI • "Cozi is, in short, ridiculously handy. My only regret is that I waited this long to start using it." –PC World • "Cozi just works." –The Wall Street Journal • "This thing is indispensable for busy families" –CNET • "Too good to be true." –Family Fun Magazine • "Cozi is a FlyLady-approved application." –The FlyLady All the features listed above are free. Cozi also offers an optional ad-free premium subscription called Cozi Gold which gives you additional features like Contacts, Birthday Tracker, mobile app themes, more reminders, mobile month view, change notifications and more. Cozi Gold is $29.99 USD per year. Price may vary by location. Your subscription is charged to your credit card through your iTunes account and will automatically renew unless you cancel at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can manage your subscription in iTunes or visit Settings in Cozi after purchase. Cozi privacy policy: Cozi terms of use:

App Reviews

  • Cozy is AWESOME

    By Fun rode
    I downloaded the Cozy app for the summer so that I could keep my children's calendar organized for myself and our summer babysitter. I actually had the babysitter input all the different activities lessons and outings so that she would have firsthand knowledge and be more in tune with their schedule, which is crazy! It's been wonderful to be able to see what everyone has going on at a glance. It's also been nice for my husband who will ask me what's going on today and I can just refer him to the calendar. Our babysitter does some tutoring on the side so she was able to plug in her tutoring hours well in advance so that I could make sure we had a plan on the times we would be without her. The reminders are also very helpful. I told my children it was their responsibility to be up and ready for all activities so that the sitter could literally just pulled in the driveway and they would be ready and amazingly it has worked! I've even plugged in a few of my business meetings into the Cozi calendar as a second reminder for myself as I have so much happening between home and work. I haven't used a lot of the other functions yet but I'm excited to explore what else this app has to offer! Thanks for creating an app that keeps families communicating well and organized :-) Kristel Ersan Bettenforf Iowa🌽
  • Good stuff!

    By Sky_Blue_Eyes
    My husband and I have been using this calendar and list app to help simplify plans and communication. It’s great! This is a success because we used to constantly ask the other “What’s our plan tomorrow?” and similar questions. Now that’s more rare (it was all day, every day). The grocery and to do lists are also helpful. I especially Love the combo of the calendar and the lists all in one app. I usually need one thing to create the other, so the duality of the app functions work for me. There’s also an option to choose recipes within the app and have the food items needed loaded into a shopping list. Excellent add on that’s free! —The recommendation I have to the developer is to include healthy recipes that focus on clean eating. —Another recommendation is to create the ability to hide appointments and lists. For example, I need to use my iPhone calendar app to keep track of things throughout my day. Maybe it’s remembering to eat a snack, take a vitamin, or make a dr appointment. Regardless, it’s for me and not my husband. If only the administrator on the account could have that option then that’s fine, but ideally all users might need the option to keep things private. That would eliminate my need the to log my personal items and tasks in two places. Every. Single. Day. :) And it would make this my favorite organizational type app to date.
  • Best calendar/organizing app I've found

    By weareramsey
    I love this app! I'm a busy mom of two pre-teens who's schedules get busier and busier, and a husband with a busy work calendar. I'm also an "old dog" who doesn't like to learn new tricks so transitioning was daunting for me. What I initially loved about Cozi was the ability to create tabs for each family member so each knows where they need to be and where others are. I also loved that I had an experience where I missed a "search" feature in the Calendar where you could search for the last time you went to the dermatologist, or changed the a/c filters, etc. Sent the feedback to Cozi and within a couple months saw that feature added in an update. Now my calendar works better than my previous calendar! Another review remarked she had trouble moving items in a list. If I understand her complaint accurately, you should be able to do that by "dragging and dropping" the item up or down. I organize my grocery list (after writing it freestyle) then organize in the order my grocery store stocks them. Same with errands. I write them freestyle, then sort into the order I want to run them. I'm always excited for updates to see what new features have been added. (Please note I am a Gold member and it's worth it to me for the upgrade!)
  • Your kids can DELETE EVERYTHING in your "family calendar"

    By Wifid143
    What a nightmare! You carefully schedule appointments, doctors, outings. Then one day you look up and a LOT OF THINGS you KNOW you put on the calendar are GONE! Yes, COZI has NO admin authority, so go ahead and schedule your life away. Then have your 10 year old open his calendar, leave the phone open an inadvertantly (or not) DELETE calendared events! This has been a nightmare resulting in TWO important events being deleted, info lost, and NO WAY TO RECOVER> When it first happened I contacted them and their reply was "oh yeah, we dont have a solution for that, anyone using the app can freely or mistakenly delete events" Now, it has happened a second time on a very serious appointment scheduled months in advance, and I am beyond furious. This is a FAMILY calendar. When it is only as strong as a 10 year olds fat finger mistake, its USELESS. They need to add an admin 4 # password to allow an event to be deleted. Trust me folks, the advantages quickly become a NIGHTMARE when your kid decides to muck around in the app thats supposed to bring families together. I am on the hunt for something new. We cant afford another screwup in this app that has no parental controls over deletions! They know about it and havent fixed it.
  • Nice for families but...

    By Annalynne
    UPDATE: with all of the free apps available these days, this one is outrageously expensive annually for the gold membership benefits. I researched for months before getting this calendar. I’m a grandmother who babysits for multiple families. It’s very hard scheduling between us all over the phone and we needed a place where we could put our schedules that we could merge together and see who is available when. This one works very nicely even as the free version. But for our needs we upgraded to the paid version which I think is too expensive. The only problem I have with this app other than the high annual cost, is I find it very difficult to distinguish between the months , weeks and days. I think there needs to be a higher contrast visually as you scroll through. Sometimes I put my things in the wrong box because distinguishing between them is not that easy. The location of the date in the box is sometimes a little confusing. I just think there needs to be a better visual display separating the months, weeks and days. Especially for anybody with low vision but even for those with good vision. Otherwise it’s a nice app in the paid version offers many useful features.
  • Not as good as I thought it was

    By Ipodallthetime
    When I found this calendar I was so excited. We have a really busy family and lots of moving parts. I was so happy I wouldn't have to send emails and texts as reminders anymore or field the when and where questions. It was all at our fingertips. Until I had to get a new phone. My old phone died. I got a new one and as is the usual I needed to sign back into the app. Only I can't sign back in. At all. I thought I had forgotten my password, but nope, my email address isn't recognized. I emailed customer service where I get an auto generated response telling me it will be at least 3 days before they will get back to me. If I am paying for the app (which Im not) it will be sooner. So after waiting 3 days I receive an email suggesting that I may have typed in the wrong email address or spelled it incorrectly. This is as if I'm bot intelligent enough to think of that on my own that I had to wait three days for someone to point it out. So I responded to the email letting them know what I tried and guess what...they will get back to me in 3-5 days. I will no longer be using this app. If I have to start a new account I would rather go to an app that cares about their customers and that realizes how important a family calendar is. So incredibly disappointed in this app and their level of customer service.
  • Cozi is semi-super

    By 🤗 Abbadulla 🤗
    Cozi really is great it makes family life soooooo simple, but it has one huge flaw. Let’s compare it to science, shall we? If an app is bad, then it’s like a non metal. It’s brittle, breaks down easy, and it is defiantly an insulator, the app doesn’t flow right, and it is super dull, it changes nothing in your life, it’s boring or useless. So cozi is def not a Non metal! Now Metals are different. They are shiny and have a good purpose, not boring at all like the app. And they bend, lots of good ways to sort threw functions in an app, and it’s at def Conductor, the app flows well. Cozi has a lot of these great qualities, but although I hate to say it, Cozi is no Metal. Ok, last one, Metalloids. Metalloids, when we compare to their luster they are kinda shiny, but partially dull. They are sorta useful apps. They are semi conductors, and the app flows okay most of the time. And they are sorta Malleable, but they don’t have as much Malleability as a Metal, so a few ways to sort threw app functions. Personally I think Cozi is more like a Metalloid to me. Now back to reality, the only reason I gave you 3 stars is because of the money people have to spend for things other apps give you for free, and that’s worth two stars in my book. But other than that, Cozi is a Wonderful app.
  • Perfect app for adult ADHDers!!!

    As an adult with ADHD, this has been a Godsend app! I am a Gold member/subscriber and the fee has been ABSOLUTELY beneficial and WAY WORTH THE INVESTMENT. This is my second year using/utilizing the Cozi Gold app. I plan to continue and refer to many family, friends and colleagues. This app is extremely user friendly and has truly been a blessed for me in keeping organized and orderly tasks; appointments, to do list and has overall simplified my “overwhelming ability to stay focused, organized and daily, weekly and monthly responsibilities and tasks! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS APP AND HAVE DONE SO TO MANY FRIENDS, FAMILY & COLLEAGUES! Thanks a million for helping me to stay focused, on time and improving my ability to overcome mishaps, missed appoints, detailed to do/ tasks lists that has been a tremendous app in keeping me on track with ability to complete what once caused unnecessary chaos, stress and anxiety in my daily routines. The gold subscription has been worth EVERY penny and more! Sincerely, CHW P.S. I highly recommend anyone (moms, busy professionals, etc.) to give this top rated app!
  • Convenient

    By Tamar69
    Pros: Calendar helps keep you & your kids on the same page with events, activities, appointments, due dates, etc. by facilitating ease of communication & a visual reminder. Shopping lists also allow all users to add & remove items, making shopping trips more productive. Cons: Annoying ads everywhere with basic (free) version; some features only available with Gold (paid) version. When I added "laundry detergent" to my shopping list, Cozi "suggested" its ad brand and embedded the ad into my list. Yuck. Also, Calendar view isn't visually appealing/easy to look at. SUGGESTIONS/REQUESTS: It would be SO much more convenient if the Grocery List had SECTIONS (e.g., Produce, Frozen, Deli, etc.) for items - it would really expedite the actual shopping process (no more backtracking 5 aisles to get that peanut butter you skipped!). It would also be cool if the Lists could identify or track those items you buy on almost every trip to the store, and suggest said items each time a new list is started.
  • Has potential.

    By Thaumata
    I love the idea of this app. It's easy enough to share a calendar and task list with Cozi but that's not enough to convince me to subscribe because I can do that anywhere. My holy grail app would have a journal like Day One, a grocery list like Paprika, and a budgeting section like YNAB. I'd pay with my first born child for a shared app like that, especially if it had skins that didn't scream soccer mom. (Childfree house hold here, we are too cool for that. 😂) YNAB has an API now and likely the others might, too. But those are the things I need shared in my household - menus, memories, calendars, money. If you could do all of those better I would gladly stop giving my money to other companies (I bought/subbed all of the above) and give all of it to you. I'd also like a clear statement upon signing up regarding my data. Do advertisers get it? (The free version is a bit shilly/spammy, concerning...) And can I export my data in a usable format if I ever want to back it up or look at it in another app? I'll keep playing with it and recommend it to friends who have busy schedules. But for this geek it needs a few more bells and whistles.