It is quite possible that the digital age is asking too much of us. Reminders are everywhere. Reminder apps beep and burp to let us know that it’s time to do this or that. Reminders are even built in to many Mac, iPhone, and iPad apps, often tied into Calendar, and we have so many different kinds of reminders they border on the annoying.
Annoying? That’s exactly where the RemindMeAgain app excels. It’s free. And it’s annoying. But in a good way because you set the reminder for a specific need, and RemindMeAgain does exactly what you expect.
It reminds you. Again, and again, and again.
Settings are simple. Remind yourself of something every x-number of hours or x-number of minutes. RemindMeAgain keeps reminding you of the reminder until you decide enough is enough and either do the deed or turn it off.
It’s the next best thing to having a relative– mom, dad, brother or sister– around to tell you what to do. Actually, you could consider RemindMeAgain to be superior because you get to tell yourself what to do.
While the app is clever and very useful, it’s also a pain in the neck if you’re busy doing something else instead.