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Take charge of your busy life with Schedule Planner 1.2 for iOS

Take charge of your busy life with Schedule Planner 1.2 for iOS

Chicago based INTERSOG today announced the launch of a new update of Schedule Planner compatible with all Apple mobile devices. By now an established hit on the App Store, Schedule Planner allows users to map out their daily tasks in an organized way and make the most of everyday. Version 1.2 marks the app’s 2nd update, and was undertaken to resolve a few minor bugs and adds some new interesting features as well.

A Very Busy Week Participates in App Friday Promotion

A Very Busy Week Participates in App Friday Promotion

123 Number Fun today announce the second book by popular Children’s Author Jane Hague, A Very Busy Week is taking part in the exclusive Moms with Apps App Friday Promotion. A Very Busy Week is a fun interactive story about a week at Number Town Doctors Surgery and focuses on counting and simple addition. This great book app will be free June 17th to 19th. Stories from Number Town books feature a professional narration along with three reading formats.

Divide Tasks and Conquer Your Busy Life with Schedule Planner for iOS

Divide Tasks and Conquer Your Busy Life with Schedule Planner for iOS

Chicago based INTERSOG today announces the release of Schedule Planner 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. This app allows users to plan out their daily tasks in an organized way quickly and easily, guaranteeing they’ll make the most of their days. Schedule Planner offers a very accessible and highly practical layout that gives users the power to coordinate all of their important tasks event-by-event and category-by-category.

iPhone Aid for Scatterbrains, Aging Boomers and Busy, Forgetful People

iPhone Aid for Scatterbrains, Aging Boomers and Busy, Forgetful People

Campbell, California – INFOMATO(R) Inc., a Silicon Valley startup, today unveiled FORGET, a free application that transforms the iPhone and iPod touch into a memory aid for people who are frequently stuck in tip-of-the-tongue moments or whose otherwise brilliant trains of thought are stalled, simply because they are forgetful. FORGET is built around the psychological principles of memory association and recognition, so that even scatterbrains and disorganized people can quickly enjoy its benefits.
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