100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Original idea
- Good to discover new schemes
- Nearby schemes
- Too simple
- Beta feeling
Schemer is a social To-Do and wishes list
Schemer is an original social network that actually complements G+ and other "catch-all" social networks. The idea is as simple as original: post your To-Do or wishes list (for example: parachuting over Grand Canyon) and see what other people post. You can add to your scheme list To-Do posted by others. This way, you'll get some ideas of things you would like to do someday.
You can filter schemes by location (nearby, anywhere, staying home...). What's more, you can filter by "You want to do", "You've done", "From other people". Likewise, after adding a scheme, you can do it public or private. You can also post your schemes by using any sharing resources installed in your Android device. This is basically what "Schemer" by Google Inc. is.
It's set in a minimalistic layout, Google's style. Too sober, from my point of view. There's a feeling around about this is an experimental social network. Not too many users so far.
In conclusion, add more schemes to get smarter recommendations, inspire people in your G+ circles, and find stuff to do with them.
How does it work? It's all about the schemes! A scheme is anything you might want to do - from taking a mixology course to surfing sand dunes.
Whatever schemes strike your fancy, collect them on Schemer and then take them with you using our mobile app. Now you'll always have a scheme up your sleeve, whether you're out and about or staying home. Schemer will even suggest the perfect scheme for the moment, for example watching a movie if it's a rainy day, or checking out a new brunch spot on a weekend morning.
Schemer uses your Google+ account to show schemes that the people in your circles have done. Even better, you can use Schemer to find new stuff to do with your friends. Pick a scheme and rally your crew to go do it!
Map view of the Schemes.
Support photo uploading.
New UI updates.
Location and category tagging.
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
Nice app making life meaningful
I have the LG G2 and I can't dl this and other google apps
What's up buttercup?
Works great on my nexus 4
I like the idea (I think) but the user interface and data model need a lot of work. Being in the UK where it hasn't taken off yet it's difficult to determine how it would work with every man and his dog posting suggestions. Effectively though it's a glor