June 8, 2009 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Brno, Czech Republic - iPhone application development team PoweryBase is looking for 100 volunteer private iPhone beta testers to test Apple Push service with their newest application called "NotifyMe", one of the first Push based iPhone applications running only on the highly awaited firmware version 3.0.
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. The NotifyMe user is only two finger taps away from setting a new timed reminder with optional sound notification.
"Immediately on application start, the keyboard is active. You can start typing your reminder right away," said Pavel Serbajlo, UI designer of NotifyMe. "Just confirm the input, set the date & time on a simple scrolling wheel and tap the Save button."
Optionally, the user can also choose a category and repeating mode, e.g. for storing repeated Birthday reminders and other categorizing. All reminders are delivered to user's iPhone home screen at the set time. NotifyMe screenshots are available on PoweryBase website.
All interested iPhone beta testers running firmware version 3.0 should send their iPhone serial number (UDID) from System Profiler to info[at]powerybase.com with the subject "NotifyMe beta test". We will provide a release candidate version of NotifyMe to the first 100 testers within 24 hours.
* Three startup options: "New reminder" on startup, "Main screen" or "Upcoming reminders"
* Viewing and editing the upcoming reminders by time & viewing past reminders
* Viewing and editing reminders by category
* Categories available: ToDo, Personal, Work, School, Birthdays, TV Show, Shopping
* Global time zone changes support
* GPRS, Edge, 3G or WiFi network required (used for the Apple Push service)
* iPhone with firmware version 3.0
Pricing and Availability:
NotifyMe will be available on the App Store for $3.99 (USD) along with the free demonstration version, soon after firmware version 3.0 is released to public by Apple, Inc. Users can register for the newsletter for e-mail notification when the application is available.
PoweryBase is a small team focused on creating innovative applications for the iPhone. With 10 years of experience in server technologies and applications, 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.