Do you use or have used the native iOS app, Reminders? If the answer is "yes", you will notice that it is simple and even quite easy to add new tasks. Synchronization with iCloud is done very quickly, so all your tasks appear almost instantly on your devices. But to insert reminders, you create the task and still need to click on the more information button to add a description, choose if you want to be reminded, put the date, then the time (). With a name like that, it should be a little easier, don't you think?
Well, Nick Leith thinks and, for that, created a very welcome ?partner? for the native app: the Remind Me.
This app allows reminders to be created with really few touches. When you open the app, a screen appears where you enter the name and description for your new task and, below, you already have pre-defined options for the reminder to happen: + 1h, + 6h, + 24h and an option that takes you to Carousel is known for you to choose the day and time you prefer. If you want to change lists, just swipe sideways. And s.
The application is even a complement for the native iOS, so it is not possible to see the tasks, nor edit them once they are added by there. As well remembered in the review of MacStories, the app would be perfect if we could customize the time shortcuts that appear and also if it had a widget for the Notification Center.
You can download this app from the App Store, for free.