Fresh into BlackBerry World today is the latest offering from Emberify and this one's called Reminder Now.
Reminder Now is hot off the press so I've not yet had the chance to test it out, although I will in due course. I would imagine that it isn't an app that everyone will want to use, but taking a guess I think it may be one of those ones that once you use it - you can't be without.
As many of us use our BlackBerry 10 devices to manage our busy lives, Reminder Now could be the ultimate way to ensure you don't forget certain tasks. If you give it a go let us know in the comments how you find it?
Pune, India (September 18th, 2014) – Today Emberify launches Reminder Now; a contextual reminder app for BlackBerry 10. Using people and locations for reminders, Reminder Now builds on the native BlackBerry experience of the Remember app.
Reminder Now is a productivity app focused on the prosumer segment of BlackBerry users. Key features of Reminder Now:
Location based reminders using geo-fencing.
People based reminders with email and SMS reminders
Create powerful reminders in 2 simple steps.
Background app (Headless).
Hub integration for reminders.
Optimized for all BlackBerry 10 devices.
"Reminder Now builds on the elegant native experience of the Remember app adding essential contextual reminders for enhancing productivity," says Shashwat Pradhan, BlackBerry Elite Developer and the Founder of Emberify.
Reminder Now has been built on the use case to enhance the productivity of the BlackBerry user. It is also available for Enterprises as a custom solution. From simple location based use cases, it can be used to keep track of the points to be discussed on the next email with a contact.
Reminder Now for BlackBerry 10 is available on BlackBerry World for $1.99 worldwide
With the launch of the BlackBerry Passport just around the corner, and BlackBerry hoping that the new device will increase their enterprise market share even more, I wonder if Reminder Now could be the perfect application to have on the busy executives BlackBerry?