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Alarmed - Reminders + Timers

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Alarmed – Reminders + Timers is an application designed to help people who have difficulty with their memory. Alarmed gives them pop-up reminder alerts with repeat scheduling, snooze, and other customization to help them them keep track of time during daily activities, and tasks such as taking pills at the correct time. Feature pop-up timers with custom messages, countdown/count up, timer queues, and more. It supports both timed and location reminders. The user can use Siri to create reminders and can import from the Reminders app into Alarmed. Quick and easy to use with many advanced options. Other features include:

  • Notes-as-checklist instantly transform notes into actionable checklists.
  • Categories to help organize reminders and timers.
  • Full sharing support (mail, message, print, AirDrop, etc.)
  • Pop-up timers from 1 second to 999 hours.
  • Timer Queues are multiple timers in a single entity that fire in sequence.
Technical Specifications: 

Options: Repeat options, snooze, choice of 140 custom sounds, pre-alarms, notes and more.

Compatibility: iCloud syncing keeps data updated on multiple iOS devices as well as providing an off-device backup (Extras Package). Supports Interactive Notifications, which the user to mark reminders done, snooze reminders, or restart timers directly from the notification (lock screen, Notification Center, Apple Watch).

Available

Price Check
as of: 
05/12/2016
Additional Pricing Notes: 
Free
Seller(s): 
Alamed - Reminders + Timers

Sold By:

Apple, Inc.
Apple, Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: info@apple.com
Phone: 800-692-7753 or 800-676-2775
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
408-996-1010
Web Address: 
http://www.apple.com
Tags: 
Blind & Low Vision, Computers