App Giveaway: Alert Notes for iPhone
Alert Notes is a nifty little apps that converts normal, plain English notes into reminders.
If you're a fast typer, Alert Notes is probably quicker than other apps that require you to turn dials to select times and dates. I love how Alert Notes recognize contacts but doesn't make you choose anything about the contact until the moment you need access to the information. It's one less step to the alert-created process.
- Set alerts using plain English
- Recurring alerts
- Detects emails, phone numbers, street addresses, URLs, names and initials from your device's Contacts
- Fast search that updates as you type
- Full support for landscape mode
- Archiving of past notes
- Send a text message, initiate a FaceTime call, or share the contact info for detected names and initials
- Persistent alerts mode
- TextExpander support
- Landscape mode support
- Ability to quickly send a text message, initiate a FaceTime call, or share the contact info for names and initials detected from your notes' text
- Lengthened some of the alert sounds, when appropriate
- Improved detection for the days of the week
- Improved detection and behavior for phrases like "nightly", "each night" and "every night"
- Removed previously arbitrary limit to the number of info items (names, initials, phone numbers, email addresses and URLs) that can be detected in a note
- Alert sound preview now stops playing as soon as you leave the alert sound chooser screen
- Note titles and alert messages are now consistently capitalized
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Alert Notes is available on the iPhone for $2.99.
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