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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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Carpe Review

Carpe Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Carpe is a simple planner and task timer wrapped into one app that helps users stay on track and stick to their schedules.

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As our days get busier and busier, it’s helpful to be able to keep tabs on all of our tasks. And that’s exactly what TIME Planner is meant to do: give us a pain-free way to schedule our day. It’s a simple-looking app that fits in with the already classic iOS 7 aesthetic; allowing users to create a bunch of different entries for various events throughout their day, schedule specific times, set reminders and alarms, see exactly how long something is set to last at a glance, mark as complete, or even view the break-down in a handy pie chart form.

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Bleacher Buddy

Bleacher Buddy

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Ever wondering when that game will be on TV? Guess no more with Bleacher Buddy. It still won't cure a favorite player's performance issues, though

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VISUALARM Review

VISUALARM Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
VISUALARM makes it possible to set and manage multiple alarms thanks to its simple and well-designed interface.

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Cal Review

Cal Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Cal might not be the most intuitive calendar app we've ever seen, but it is by far the most beautiful.

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Morning Review

Morning Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Morning makes it possible for users to stay updated and keep track of their day thanks to its eight customizable panels and attractive interface.

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iPlan for iPad Review

iPlan for iPad Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
iPlan syncs perfectly with Google Calendar and iCal, and it has many features that make it a worthy candidate for replacing both.

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SmartDay Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
SmartDay is an exceptional organizer that integrates tasks, notes, projects and appointments into one location.

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How many sick days do I have left? Do I have enough personal time saved up to make that doctor’s appointment? I really want to get away for a couple of weeks, but I’m not sure I have enough vacation time for it.

We’ve all had these problems. Well with the magic of technological innovation and smart thinking, we can use Time Off to keep track of it all. And I do mean “it all.” Sick days, vacation days, personal days – anything that ultimately equates to paid days off – can be documented. It can keep track of multiple jobs, display accrued time in hours or days, and account for rollover. But perhaps the most impressive (and ingenious) feature is that users can send time-off requests to their employers via email from within the app itself.

I know it seems a little silly but I honestly find the concept behind Time Off to be incredibly exciting. And I think anyone who’s dealt with any (or all) of the issues I’ve mentioned about will probably agree with me.

$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2011-06-14 :: Category: Business

Ever sit in a coffee shop or at work and wonder if there’s a good movie showing at the local cinema? Need a good way of checking? Sure there’s always looking it up on the internet but how about an app like Showings that is focused purely on cinema related things.

The app allows users to find nearby cinemas and then favorite the ones they regularly go to. It’s then just a simple matter of flicking around the app for more information. Users can take a look at the movie poster, cast, a synopsis of the story, Rotten Tomatoes score and in some cases, also a trailer too.

Of course, there’s also the all important film showing times too which are clearly laid out for all days of the week.

Showings is a simple app but that’s exactly what anyone could want. It gives out the facts quickly and concisely so that users can plan their evening ahead fast.

Showings is out now priced at $0.99.

$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-10-14 :: Category: Reference

Gift Plan Released for iPhone

Right about now it can be incredibly difficult to keep track of all the various gifts which must be purchased for loved ones for the holidays. Which version of Pokemon did little Timmy want? Is Sally a size 3 or a size 4? Did Frank say that drill he wanted is on sale at Sears or Lowes? It can all be a bit overwhelming but, thanks to the new Gift Plan app, you might just manage to keep your sanity after all.

Gift Plan allows you to easily create and organize shopping lists which you can use as handy references while you’re running about town. Users can put together exhaustive lists sorted in various manners such as individuals or occasions. The app also tracks spending so you can easily keep track of where you are within your shopping budget and make changes as necessary.

Beyond the holidays Gift Plan will also prove itself useful in the future, as you can easily save upcoming birthdays, anniversaries or other special gift-giving events. The app even supports importing birthdays from your contact list or Facebook, taking pretty much all the onus off of you to remember all those pesky dates. On top of all that, Gift Plan also lets you set alerts for upcoming events so you can be sure and get all your shopping done on time.

This seems to be quite an ingenious little app as it manages to merge both calendars and time management with budgeting and shopping. This is the perfect little helper for all those with long shopping lists, short memories or both. Also, it’s just a great organization app in general as it lets you put all the important details about anyone on your holiday list all in one place. It’s one of those apps which just seems too good to be true, but it’s totally real and it’s fabulous.

$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-12-01 :: Category: Productivity

[via TiPb]

Classes Review

Classes Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
If you do need to keep track of your course schedule, Classes is a perfectly satisfactory app with few bells and whistles but more than enough substance.

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checkMeet Fills Your Busy Day

Remember the good ol’ 90’s, where TV shows would often have lines like, “well, let me see if I can fit that into my schedule” while the character fiddled with his or her schedule book? I do, and that’s exactly why I would be so excited to use checkMeet, you know, if I were a busy guy.

Instead, my day goes a lot like this. Wake up, breakfast, shower, write, write, maybe write a bit more, hang out, dinner, hang out some more, then sleep. For the busy businessman (or woman!), though, finding gaps in the daily schedule is as critical as correctly tying your shoes.

What checkMeet does is scan your iPhone’s calendar app for breaks in the schedule. Just a forewarning, the app is assuming that you have an updated calendar in you calendar app, otherwise it won’t work too well, for obvious reasons. It also won’t access a network or work with other wonky calendar apps, just the one that is built in.

From the app, you get all sorts of options to help the app determine what you would call a gap. You can choose how long a gap must be to fill it (i.e. hour long, half hour long), if you’d like to start your gaps at specific times (i.e. “on the :15’s”), and how much time between events you need for down time. Once you finish your preferences and choose a gap to fill, the scheduling goes directly into your built in calendar so you don’t have to worry about any strange export options.

For a busy guy that uses the calendar app in the iPhone, checkMeet is absolutely the best way to ensure no double bookings. If time really is money, then checkMeet is priceless.

$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-09-17 :: Category: Productivity

Next Stop's Countdown Timer

New York subway apps for the iPhone have always been popular, as tourists and residents alike need an easy pocketable resource to navigate the challenges of New York’s massive labyrinthine public transportation system. Exit Strategy received a lot of press last year for helping New Yorkers find the opportune subway car for their destination. The app gained some sophistication earlier this year with full maps, but it gained popularity for its simplicity and underlying information. NextStop, a new app from the Brooklyn App Factory, attempts to make it easier to be on time with the subway.

The app adds a wrapper and some nifty features around the MTA’s little known subway schedule. Users of the app enter their subway line and their departure point and are shown a countdown timer. Touching the train’s time displays the subway’s expected stop time at stations further down the line. The app includes other common features like a favorites system and tools to find nearby subway systems.

NextStop is, at its core, an easy and pretty way to access subway schedules. iTrans NYC, one of the more popular subway apps, includes subway schedules as well. Yet iTrans is built around a variety of other tools and costs $3.99. NextStop is free and is the perfect companion for any NYC traveler.

$2.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-06-11 :: Category: Navigation

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