August 26, 2009 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Brno, Czech Republic - iPhone development team PoweryBase today released NotifyMe version 1.3, which now includes new most requested features. NotifyMe lets users quickly create personal reminders, notifications and alerts for daily on the go usage. Minimalistic user interface approach brings comfort of adding reminders never seen before on a mobile device.
New features in NotifyMe 1.3:
* Web access support, available at login.powerybase.com
* Snoozing, conveninent and very easy to use
* Importing birthdays from iPhone contacts
* Graphic tweak: recurring reminders now have a more obvious icon
NotifyMe update 1.3 is available on the iTunes App Store, free for all existing customers. PoweryBase continues to implement most requested features from its customers while keeping the application simple. Thanks to its simplicity, NotifyMe is a very popular reminder application topping App Store productivity chart, also picked into Staff Favorites by Apple on App Stores worldwide.
* Time zone support for frequent travelers
* New reminder screen on startup, if user prefers (optional)
* 7 categories available to categorize reminders
* 5 recurring modes for auto-repeated reminders
* Custom categories and custom recurring modes will be available soon
* GPRS, Edge, 3G or WiFi network required (used for Apple Push service)
* iPhone with firmware version 3.0
Pricing and Availability:
NotifyMe is available for new customers on iTunes App Store for $3.99 (USD). NotifyMe Free with technical limitations is also available for users to try the application before purchasing.
PoweryBase is a small team focused on creating innovative applications for iPhone. With a total of 20 years of experience in server technologies, software development, marketing and advertising, NotifyMe stands out as a natural outgrowth of what can be accomplished with the latest Push service provided by Apple. PoweryBase is not associated with Apple, Inc. Copyright 2009 PoweryBase. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.