Reminder App

by Agustin Vergottini » Thu, 03 Mar 2011 04:27:55 GMT


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 Hello!
I've just completed a first version of what I want it to be an useful yet
simple to use Reminder application.

This first version allows reminders to be created, with a delay from 5
minutes to 24 hours. It's independant to the calendar.

What I would like to know is what you think and what features would be cool
to add.
I'm thinking group reminders, being able to select contacts in the contact
list to be reminded, either by email or sms?

Here's the link to the app, it's free!
https://market.android.com/details?id=com.pickle.reminder

Thanks!
Agustin.

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[syntax="java"]
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[/syntax]

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[syntax="java"]

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Android devices over other alternatives?

Al.

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