July 13, 2014 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] Pensacola, Florida - Idea2Inspire is excited to announce that My Days is now free in the Mac App Store. Its called My Days Lite. My Days presents a calendar in a beautiful transparent interface where users mark their busy days with short notes. And now it is free. It is for encouraging new users to use it and enjoy the benefits.
* Small transparent interface that consumes less desktop space
* User-friendly app with simple inputs
* Add notes with a single right click
* Hover over dates to see notes quickly
* Mark a busy day with a single left click
* Mark a free day with double left click
* Color code: Red denotes Busy; Green denotes Free
Tip: On top of the above-mentioned ones, users can avail more features (i.e. iCloud, Themes, First half or Second Half) in the paid version.
My Days could be a necessary tool in everyday life where people fix appointments, plan events and more. My Days will let users know if the proposed day is engaged or not. This app will help users to figure out days to squeeze in extra responsibilities, jobs, events and more in an already tight scheduled timeline. It makes life easier than one would probably have thought of.
It is already a very popular app in the App Store under Productivity and people have loved it a lot. It is the free version of the app. My Days Lite is currently available in the Mac App Store. Try it and share your experience.
* OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor
* 1.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
My Days Lite 1.0 is free and available exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Productivity category. For more info please contact Alexander James.
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