Posts Tagged planning
Planning a wedding? It’s a stressful business as well as immensely exciting. Take some of the stress out of it by using an app like the newly released Wedding Planner for iPad.
Wedding Planner for iPad is an extensive app that covers all the important elements of planning such a huge event well.
Attractively laid out, Wedding Planner for iPad offers a budget planning facility, guest list planning, a To-Do list for quick consultation, a tracker for Vendor bookings and notes section. Further functionality comes in the form of a color scheme chooser and even a thank you helper list so the user can keep track of who has helped them in their efforts.
It’s all done in a very appealing manner that fits into the wedding style. With everything placed in one convenient app, it’s bound to take some of the stress out of organizing the momentous occasion.
Wedding Planner for iPad is out now, priced at $12.99.
Scheduling meetings should be simple and easy to do. All too frequently, it’s not that simple with the problem of having to juggle the best times for everyone. eMeetMe Schedule Meetings will hopefully solve that problem.
It’s an app that enables users to identify the best time and date for everyone invited meaning a much better chance of a full house when it comes to attendees. Synchronising with the iPhone calendar, the app makes meetings of all sorts, whether they be business or pleasure, much easier. Users simply choose some potential dates then choose from their contacts who they want to invite. An email wings its way to them and they simply tick the relevant boxes to state when they’re able to make it and a reply is sent back to the meeting planner.
eMeetMe Schedule Meetings works out the best time for the meeting then a couple of taps and confirmation messages can be sent out to everyone who is attending. As simple as that and hopefully removing all the stress of planning!
Two versions of eMeetMe Schedule Meetings are available. The free/Lite version and a more comprehensive service that costs $0.99 and offers group creation options to make things even faster.
Released: 2011-06-28 :: Category: Business
Starting college, or even just returning for another year, can be a pretty daunting process. Heck I’ve been there. It’s downright scary at times, trying to keep track of where the next class is, what time it is, even where to go for fun events like new clubs and sports groups. And how about if there’s a part time job to juggle in there too? Absolute chaos indeed.
While there’s always the option of struggling on by and hoping that nothing is forgotten thanks to a series of incredibly convoluted sticky notes (yes folks, that’s how I attempted to do it), a much better solution is that of College T.A, an app designed by college students for college students. So clearly they’re going to understand the time management issues that many young students suffer from.
College T.A covers pretty much everything any student could need. Users can quickly add or delete assignments, add them to a To Do list for that day, select the type of assignment for a specific course as well as create alerts. Course details can also be set up with the course name, location, start and end dates and times as well as other reminders, all to make it easy to know what’s going on with each class. Professor details can be stored similarly easily with office numbers and office hours also possible to add here, all for convenient consultation.
For the student who doesn’t just study, organization details can be added as well as any events that need to be tracked. There’s also a section for adding details about the student’s job too.
Essentially College T.A is a potential lifesaver, ensuring that its users will never feel confused or lose track of their busy lives again. It even synchs up to iCal for the ultimate convenience.
It’s out now and it’s currently free to download, making it an utter bargain.
I’m a bit of a drifter in life without any set plans. I look at a friend of mine who has everything planned out in her future and kind of envy her. It must be nice to be so driven and focused on doing everything just right. While clearly we’re both just different people in how we approach life, an app like 2016 could well keep us both happy.
It’s an app focused on helping its users imagine how they’d like their life to be in 2016. It’s a self help tool, really, to inspire people to achieve these aims. 2016 goes through some standard questions to assess just how the user wants to be in 5 years time. They cover the likes of what kind of property they want to own, what kind of career they want to have, what their relationship status is plus more. In all there are 80 questions about various spheres of the user’s life which should hopefully encompass everything possible.
Users can then record a video letter to themselves in five years time to see how things are going. It’s a pretty cool idea backed up by cloud saving functionality. Of course the only way to know if it works is check back in 5 years. I’m certainly keen to give such things a shot.
2016 is available now and it’s free with a $2.99 full-featured version available via an in-app purchase. A small price to pay surely for the potential future benefits.
I can’t even begin tell you the number of times that I have seen the credits roll for a film and seen someone credited as a producer, then silently ask myself, “What the HELL does a producer actually do?” After doing a little research, the results are mixed depending on the person that is asked, but pretty much the consensus is that producers on a film can be in charge of doing damn near ANYTHING.
With responsibilities that can range from managing the talent in front of the camera to keeping track of every member of the support crew behind the scenes, it is a miracle that more deaths do not occur during film production, just due to spontaneous head explosions. Thank goodness that someone at True Hero Studio saw fit to create the new app Producer, the one stop shop for everything that these designated organizers could ever need keep track of in their cluttered minds. Here is everything that the software claims to be able to handle:
You have a lot on your plate, casting, scouting, the budget; shoot lists and all your crew. You have emails going back and forth, you have un-confirmed crew and by the way what is the production schedule? Do you even have the right talent cast? Perhaps you do, but Is this information is all over your laptop. Why?
Keep it simple; be on top of it all.
At the very least, this seems like one of the most deep and flexible applications on the platform. Anything that a professional filmmaker could ever need would be at their disposal, without the need for the excess baggage associated with PCs.
Plus, on top of everything else, for only twelve dollars, it is priced to fit the budget of Joe Schmoe indie director, while delivering features that would appeal to the Hollywood heavy hitters. If you are looking to organize any film larger than a family movie, this should be a must own.