July 18, 2011 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] San Francisco, California - PoweryBase Inc. today is pleased to announce the release of NotifyMe for Mac, a quick reminder for simple or recurring time-specific tasks. NotifyMe on Mac OS X synchronizes automatically with iPhone or iPad apps via cloud. Reminders can be accessed or delivered wherever the user is located at a particular moment.
NotifyMe lets users create simple or recurring reminders very quickly. Pressing the system-wide shortcut opens Quick-Entry for instant typing. Quick-Entry window is keyboard optimized. Customizable Growl notifications are used to trigger alerts and notifications on user's desktop. All reminders are stored in the user account and are accessible on iPhone or iPad as well (iOS apps sold separately). A user can create a reminder on a Mac and receive it on his iPhone (or vice versa) thanks to live cloud synchronization and push notifications.
* Free and fully automatic cloud syncing
* Manage/receive reminders anywhere, on the desktop or on the go (Mac, iPhone, iPad)
* Very convenient, keyboard-optimized Quick-Entry mode
* Growl notifications
* 9 alert sounds
* Custom repeating patterns (Every x-th day, week, month or year. Days of week. X-th weekday of month)
* Auto-snoozing (keeps alerting infinitely until task marked done)
* Web access
* iCal syncing support, AppleScript support
* Multi-user support and sharing
With iCal syncing support, Growl customizability and AppleScript support, NotifyMe can be also configured for advanced uses.
Pricing and Availability:
NotifyMe 1.0 for Mac is available on Mac App Store for $15.99 (USD). Cloud syncing is free. iOS apps are sold separately on iTunes App Store.
PoweryBase Inc. is a small company developing cloud-based productivity apps for iOS and Mac with high attention to details. Beautiful and easy to use user interfaces provide a great experience. PoweryBase Inc. is not associated with Apple Inc. Copyright 2010 PoweryBase. Copyright (C) 2009-2010 PoweryBase Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.