We took a slew of screenshots above, so you can see what we mean by the minimalist design paired with function. And yes, we'll say it again: it's totally free and available for download here, at iTunes. The MUJI Cal comes with MUJI To Go, so just click on the little rolling luggage at the bottom of the calendar screen to access the travel functions.
MUJI has stated that they are on the move with iPad apps, looking into making more that continue their philosophy: "MUJI isn't just about price. Our emphasis is and always has been finding a way to live a life ever richer...MUJI wants to become indispensable, like water." We should know; we heard MUJI's Creative Director Kenya Hara say this only a couple days ago at a talk they gave at the Japan Society. Read more about that here.
There is another MUJI iPad app we haven't yet mentioned, and that's because we're still coming to understand it. It's the $3.99 MUJI Notebook, which looks very promising, but doesn't directly enhance a traveler's lifestyle, unless they are into sketching out ideas frequently.