Intelligent Reminder

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    Intelligent Reminder's review

    Published: 2013-08-02, by .

    Intelligent Reminder helps you remember things you have to do in locations and things you have to tell to contacts

    • Contact-based and location-based reminders
    • Text-to-speech for input and spoken reminders
    • Highly customizable
    • Design
    • No tablet support

    "Keep focused"

    Forget post-it apps or reminders at specific date and time. Intelligent reminder steps forward: it is a location-based and contact-based reminder. It basically pushes reminders when you get to specific places where you have something to do or when you receive an incoming/outgoing call from a contact who you have tell something important.

    Location-based reminders feature makes uses of GPS and built-in geolocation technology to know where you are close to the event or place you have submitted a reminder for. Contact-based reminders are pushed when you receive or make a call to a contact you've previously set the reminder to.

    In addition, Intelligent Reminder supports text-to-speech (TTS) input to submit reminders by voice commands. In addition, location alerts can be spoken which is really useful when we are getting to a place by car and we cannot pay attention at our smartphone screen.

    Intelligent Reminder is a highly-useful and original application that help boost our productivity. It is robust, reliable and fully customizable. Just two catches must be mentioned: there's no tablet support yet and it needs a redesign to make it more intuitive and enhance usability.

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    by Manu , Appszoom

    Aug 02, 2013

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    Michael Samuels

    by Michael Samuels

    May 28, 2013  |  "Awesome"

    Getting better all the time. I really like the new "spoken notifications" feature... and the contact popup. Good job MIBR!