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Overview Calendar Review

Overview Calendar Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Organize your life in a more stylish way than usual, thanks to Overview Calendar.

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Asana, the email and task organizer, has updated to 3.0. The update brings users a brand new redesign that is customized for iOS 7, and is now compatible with the iPad.

Asana now has a new home screen that will present you with your most important tasks of the day, and it also has a new navigation system with the ability to search tasks, projects, teammates, and tags and a quick add button for tacking on new tasks to your calendar without any fuss.

Asana is free on the App Store.

The First Calendar Review

The First Calendar Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Keep track of your daily appointments and call reminders with this handy iPhone-only app.

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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.

via: Our Review

24me Update Adds “Assistants for Everyone” Feature

Posted by on February 24th, 2014
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

We had an opportunity to look at smart calendar and automatic to-do list app 24me and were reasonably impressed with the feature set and functionality. Now, in its latest update, 24me adds a new feature it calls “Assistants for Everyone.”

According to the developer, the latest addition makes the app smarter and allows for better control of hard-to-do tasks “by automating the things they were putting off.” In addition to this, the assistants are dynamic in the way the react to listed content, such as offering delivery services for packages or cleaners for housecleaning.

24me is available for free in the App Store.

via: Our Review

Orderly Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Organizing one's life is particularly simple to do with this visually appealing and practically thought out To Do list app.

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Cueframe Review

Cueframe Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Fast and simple to use, Cueframe is a handy app for writing down notes and other information quickly.

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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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Projector Up! Review

Projector Up! Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Designed for freelancers and small businesses, Projector Up! helps make managing finances a less daunting task.

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My.Shopping Review

My.Shopping Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
My.Shopping certainly offers plenty of powerful features for those looking to organize their shopping list. Sometimes that can be overwhelming, though.

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SuperBetter Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Offering a structured means in which to improve's one life is no small feat for this well designed self-help app.

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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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Foresee Review

Foresee Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Got a task in mind that only particular weather conditions will do? Foresee helps one track all that, with a clean, minimalist user interface.

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Swipes Review

Swipes Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Keeping it simple, Swipes makes it easy to keep track of today's To Do list, without being confused by future tasks.

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Accomplist Review

Accomplist Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
It’s a task management app that provides users with many different techniques to stay organized, but it still feels like it needs more to make it stand out from its competitors.

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Chorma Review

Chorma Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Chorma takes the effort out of organizing chores between many roommates. It might even solve a few arguments!

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Doomsday Preppers Review

Doomsday Preppers Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
This free title is based off the TV show and challenges gamers to build an underground bunker to survive the apocalypse.

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EISENHOWER Review

EISENHOWER Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
EISENHOWER is a productivity app that helps users manage their time effectively thanks to its easy-to-use interface and prioritized matrix system.

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Parker Planner Review

Parker Planner Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
A handy all in one organizational tool to make life easier.

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It might not be the start of a new year but it’s never too late to start making a change to one’s life. LifeSpicer goes some way to facilitating that ideal.

The app offers 365 different ways to spice up life, with challenges ranging from going commando for the day to donating to charity or memorizing a Simpsons quote.

They might not be all life affirming or revolutionary but they’re bound to give the day a bit more of a kick and make things more interesting. Some will push users to step outside of their comfort zone, others will be randomly silly. All will be worth trying.

Throughout, users can track their progress and check the tally to see how they’re doing. Each day a random Spice of the Day is offered by the app so there’s no guessing what’s going to come up next!

LifeSpicer should prove to be a great way of getting more out of life and doing something fun and different each day of the year. Let us know how things go with the LifeSpicer plan.

The app is $0.99 and it’s out now.

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LifeTopix Review

LifeTopix Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
The swiss army knife of organizational apps.

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It’s a problem that many parents face: how to encourage their kids to complete useful chores and tasks. The carrot and stick idea is a good one, encouraging kids to do things in exchange for eventual rewards. This is exactly why parents for years have organized sticker charts to give the youngsters a goal to attain. Once upon a time, my parents would give me a gold star every time I completed a chore with the promise of a toy He-Man: Masters of the Universe sword once I completed the chart.

Technology has moved on and so has the way that sticker charts are completed. So we come to Sticker Quest, a new app that parents and children can play together, creating daily chores and giving kids an everyday list of quests to complete such as brushing their teeth, tidying their room or simply drawing a picture of a dinosaur. Kids can then collect stickers for every task/quest they complete as well as level up to unlock new characters.

It’s a pretty fun sounding concept to me and one that kind of sounds like a child’s version of EpicWin which certainly did wonders to my motivation!

Sticker Quest is out now priced at $0.99.

Oh and I never did get my He-Man sword. Boo.

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Idea Store Review

Idea Store Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Store ideas with Idea Store - it does exactly what it says in the title

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TaskPaper Review

TaskPaper Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
TaskPaper is an imaginative list creator, built to streamline your thoughts, ideas and tasks.

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SimpleNote Review

SimpleNote Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
SimpleNote is a clean, clutter-free notes application that offers two-way syncing between your iDevice and online.

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Things

Things

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Things is a powerful app for managing your to dos, honeydos, and projects. Whether you’re using it as a simple task manager, or as a full-blown project manager, you’ll get your money’s worth out of this powerful little tool.

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Crazy Hotdogs

Crazy Hotdogs

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
This game is really for folks who have tried every other "make a product, sell it to customers before they leave or get angry" style of game. I would try the free one first to see if it holds your interest ~ you might just prefer a burnt hot dog to the game.

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If you didn’t catch my post last week, I’m going to be picking one non-game app a week that turns my iPhone into a device that helps with everyday life. Last week my choice was Groups, check out the post here.

My pick for this week is Put Things Off, the to do app by Pocket Jam. This is a basic and sort of stripped down version of a to do app – making it incredibly simple and amazing speedy. For $2.99, I would suggest this app for any iPhone user who wants a to do app without complexity. It’s still a debate, but I will probably use this app instead of Things (my review on that is coming eventually) once the developer adds tags to Put Things Off (which he told me was coming eventually).

Check out the review of Put Things Off here. And suggest an app for next week’s utility here!
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