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Checkmark 2.1 Update Released, and it’s on Sale for a Limited Time

Posted by on August 29th, 2014
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Snowman has just released their 2.1 update for Checkmark 2. The update includes new features such as snoozing, improved recurring reminders, and tappable actions in notes. The recurring reminders now require you check them off so that you never miss them and the tappable actions allow you to add links inside the notes field, such as a phone number, URL, or email address.

Checkmark 2 now also supports a 24-hour clock and has improved their date-specific location-based reminders and “Add from map” zooming. And to celebrate all these new features, Checkmark 2 is 70% off for a limited time.

You can download the latest version of Checkmark 2 today for the temporary price of $2.99.

Personal Assistant App 24me Adds “Smart Alerts”

Posted by on June 18th, 2014
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

24me has announced the addition of smart alerts to its personal assistant app. It has combined a calendar, task manager, and real world information to provide you with up-to-date alerts to make your day that much easier.

Now when you schedule a meeting, 24me will send you an alert about the best time to leave based on traffic and local weather reports. Always forgetting your friend’s birthday? 24me has you covered with its special events feature. It sends you an alert a week ahead so you have plenty of time to buy a card.

The latest version of 24me is available on the App Store now, for free.

– Next Day and Today’s Agenda – 24me gives you heads up about your schedule including your meetings and tasks planned for tomorrow.
– Smart Weather Alerts – 24me alerts on unusual weather conditions for the next day, so you will never get caught without your umbrella.
– Someday Tasks – A group of tasks that holds all the tasks which don’t have a due date.This group can be dragged from one day to the other.
– Email The Meeting Participants – New “Email All” button, allows sending all participants an email with one tap.
– Text and Emails – Tasks which are text or email can now hold the text/email content on the “Notes”. Once tapping on the action button of that task, the notes are automatically populated into the body of the text/email.
– Enhanced Invite Mechanism – it’s now easier than ever to invite your friends and colleagues to meetings, 24me lists the most recent contacts you email under “Recent” in the Invite tab.

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Beamtask Review

Beamtask Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Beamtask is a fantastic “honey-do” or “me-do” task list, complete with reminders and automated contact list.

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Meetings Review

Meetings Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Meetings provides iOS users with a clean interface and unique features to manage meetings on the iPad, iPhone and Mac effortlessly.

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Often, incoming emails can feel like things to do – important items just kind of floating around the inbox until they’re finished. Want to add these emails to the iOS Reminders app so that they can be dealt with in an important place? Well, this is possible by using IFTTT. Here’s how to do just that.

First off, download IFTTT and register an account with the email address that you primarily want to forward items from. Now create a new recipe, which is what IFTTT calls the actions that it executes.

For starters, let’s choose the Mail option. You can choose to forward all mail from your registered email address to the IFTTT trigger email address, or only emails tagged with a certain hashtag.

IFTTT If Email

For the second part of the recipe, choose iOS Reminders. By default, this will add the email subject as a reminder to a list called IFTTT. However, that is an option that can be changed from the IFTTT recipes menu.

IFTTT Part 2

Tap on the recipe to open up its options, then tap Edit Recipe. From here you can configure what the reminder title will be, which list it will be added to by manually entering the name of the list, and what, if any, priority the reminder will have. Tap the blue plus sign next to an option to add in specific dynamic text like sender, body text, and more.

IFTTT Options

Now, if you use Gmail you should use the Gmail channel when setting up your recipe. This adds more options for what can trigger the IFTTT recipe. This can include emails from certain senders, emails with certain labels, starred emails, and more.

IFTTT Gmail Recipe

What the label trigger can do is make it easy to manage emails using Mailbox. Create a list in Mailbox with the title of your choice. Let’s say it’s Reminders. In IFTTT, have the label that the recipe is added to be [Mailbox]/Reminders. Now, whenever you add an email to that list in Mailbox, that will trigger IFTTT to add it to Reminders.

IFTTT Mailbox Options

Now, you have a convenient spot to do things like send replies to emails once they are cleared from reminders. You can create a recipe in IFTTT to send emails when a reminder is completed in that list, but you might want to send more personal replies. Still, it is an option.

Hopefully this helps you get your inbox under a bit more control by utilizing IFTTT’s powers of automation!

24me 2.0 Review

24me 2.0 Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
24me is a smart calendar and to-do list rolled into one with impressive features sprinkled on top to make it a go-to app for busy iOS users.

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Say&Go Review

Say&Go Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
The best ideas come while in the shower or driving, so don’t risk forgetting the idea of the decade! Say&Go can quickly record those brilliant brain bursts for future fame and fortune.

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Top Of The Morning: Morning Assistant Review

Top Of The Morning: Morning Assistant Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
A little too basic for comfort, Top of the Morning isn't without promise, at least, thanks to an appealing user interface.

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Recently, I saw someone tweet that they had forgotten their anniversary. Now, with some people, I could understand this, but this person, who shall remain nameless so as to not immortalize their indiscretion, is very tech-savvy. Really, there should be no excuse! But sometimes you just don’t know how to use technology to your benefit in certain ways. So as a public service for everyone who needs to remember an anniversary, or anything recurring, like a reminder to pay one’s bills monthly, here’s how to set up recurring events.

Boot up Calendar. Go to the date that you want to set up the recurring notification for. Tap the + icon in the upper-right corner to add a new date. Set up the event as normal.

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Now, check the Repeat setting. You can set up an event to repeat daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or yearly.

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The End Repeat section will allow you to choose when this reminder ends, like when a bill is due to be paid off. Save the event, and now every month, an event with the same parameters will appear, including the same reminder settings.

HowToRecurring-EndDate

If you want an additional level of notification, sync up your reminder with a Google Calendar account. Then go to your Google Calendar, go to one of the event’s dates (preferably the most recent future occurrence) and you can add email reminders. As well, you can configure alert times to come in at different or additional intervals.

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Now, let’s say that you want to cancel this event’s future recurring dates. Like if your beloved turns out to be an alien reptile or something, and that’s just a dealbreaker that you don’t want to be reminded of. Just go to the event on your calendar, and tap Edit in the upper right corner. Now scroll to the bottom and tap Delete Event. Next, a prompt will come up asking if you want to Delete This Event Only or if you want to Delete All Future Events. This same prompt will appear if you make any changes to a recurring event.

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With these tips, the only excuse you have for messing up an important date is yourself! Pressure’s on!

Reminder+ Review

Reminder+ Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Sturdy and dependable, Reminder+ might not be the most exciting or thrilling of apps but it does its required task well.

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Checkmark Review

Checkmark Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Providing location and time aware reminders quickly and cleanly.

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Apple shocked the world today by announcing a brand-new operating system for desktop devices, less than a year after the launch of OS X Lion. Codenamed Mountain Lion, the latest update further blurs the line between home computers and tablets, bringing a host of features that make your MacBook or iMac run more like an iPad. Here’s a rundown of some of the major additions and how they work.

Messages – Built to replace the current iChat system, the Messages app seamlessly integrates with iMessage, allowing users to chat across platforms. If you’re at work but want to get a message out to a loved one’s iPhone all you have to do is pop into Messages and start typing. The service is free and supports text, photos and even high-def video sharing.

Reminders – Create and organize tasks and to-do lists on your computer, then push them out to all your devices via iCloud. Need to run a bunch of errands this weekend? Reminders has you covered.

Notification Center – Another iOS concept ported over to the Mac, Notification Center groups all your alerts in one place to easily view and/or dismiss at your convenience. No more alerts popping up all over the screen, now things are contained to one place off to the side, minimizing interruption.

Game Center – You know it, you love it, it’s here. Any questions?

For those who can’t get enough, Apple has also released the following video showcasing all the cool new features present in OS X Mountain Lion:

While no price has yet been announced Apple expects to launch Mountain Lion this summer. Furthermore, developers can sign up for access right now and begin tinkering with this new, iOS inspired operating system. Apple has long been the company most devoted to making the desktop and mobile experience as analogous as possible, and things seem to be going to a whole new level with Mountain Lion. In the immortal words of Philip J. Fry, “Shut up and take my money!”

Now that the NBA season is in full swing, the NBA has released NBA Game Time 2011-2012, an app that gives users access to tons of NBA features anytime and anywhere an internet connection is available. Many of the basic features are free, like game alerts from your favorite teams, stats, scores, play by play reports, news, and video highlights. There are also two subscription level available for users who want to access more of the app’s premium content. The NBA Game Time Plus subscription give users access to video highlights from in-progress games, full game video recaps, an advertisement free experience, and live radio feeds (both home and away broadcasts) of games. An NBA Game Time Plus subscription costs $7.99.

For $39.99, users can subscribe to the NBA League Pass which includes all of the features above as well as live streaming of all NBA regular season games, a full archive of all the season’s games, and live in-game stat overlays. Some users may already have an NBA League Pass subscription through their cable or satellite provider and are able to use their account information to log in via the app and gain access to all League Pass content.

Currently, NBA Game Time 2011-2012 is compatible with all iOS devices running version 4.0 or higher, but it isn’t optimized for the iPad.

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2009-10-26 :: Category: Sports

Visual Memos From Deja Vu

I’ve got a memory like a sieve. Just ask anyone who knows me. I forget literally everything of any use unless it’s written down. Sometimes not even then. Kooaba Deja Vu won’t instantly make my memory amazing but it will give me a way of keeping track of things.

Deja Vu allows users to snap pictures in order to remember things as a form of visual memo. While this could easily be done simply with the photo album function, the real beauty is in the way that Deja Vu allows users to categorize and label memos for easy consultation. Tagging and geotagging means that it’s easy to check back on what’s been recorded.

All the information is automatically synced in the cloud meaning that notes are always easy to consult again.

The app can be used for pretty much anything from seemingly obvious things such as a reminder to wash the car or phone someone, or for present ideas.

Kooaba Deja Vu is out now and it’s a free app with up to 30 visual memos per month bundled in. For unlimited usage, users can choose to pay $19.99 per year.

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iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2011-08-11 :: Category: Photography

Futuregram Review

Futuregram Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Single function, bare-bones reminder system. Cool concept, but lacking in features and robustness. Hoping for more in future versions.

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Localerts Review

Localerts Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
A location based notification and reminder system that really works!

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Stick It

Stick It

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Everyone loves their to do app. But did you ever wish you had a quicker option? Something right up front that takes almost no time at all to check, maybe something on your wallpaper? Stick It lets you create notes to place as your wallpaper.

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