Apps

DoTask Manager

DoTask lets you combine all your Calendar Events and Reminders into one place. Designed for easy scrolling through all the events for the day and lets you focus on what needs to be done. When a reminder is done or an event is over you can mark it as complete or snooze it by postponing it for a day. Visually see a task being completed and get motivated to clear everything for the day.

DoTask Manager has 5 different focus fields for all your Calendar Events and Reminders.
1./ Today, this list all the Events and Reminders for Today.
2./ Tomorrow, this list all the Events and Reminders for a day.
3./ This Week, this list all the Events and Reminders for a week.
4./ Next Week, this list all the Events and Reminders for a week.
5./ Reminders Only, this list all Reminders (including ones without a due date).

DoTaks Manager uses the events data from the default Calendar and Reminder Application on your device. This means when you create a calendar event with DoTask Manager the event will show up in the Calendar app and vice versa. Alarms and notifications will only go through the default Calendar application on your device (no double notifications for the same event).

Battery Overview List

 

 

 

Battery Overview List is an application for users with multiple Apple devices and who wish to keep track of battery charges across all those devices.

Using one device, let’s say the main, you can see the battery charge status information for the device that you are holding and all your other devices.

TableView Interactions:
The first table view item is the current device that you are holding. When you tap on the item itself you can see the charging log. But when you do a long press, you’ll get a context menu with more options to choose from.

The other table view items are for other devices that you own, where the app has been installed. When you tap on the item, an update request will be sent to the device to update itself for the battery charge value and status. But when you do a long press, you’ll get a context menu for other options like the charge history of the device or the option to delete the item itself.

Plug-In Interactions:
When you plug-in the device, the plug-in time and charge value will be noted. When you unplug the device, the unplug time and end charge value will all be combined with the plug-in values into a charge history item.
The other thing is at plug-in a battery charge view will be shown with the battery charge value. When it reaches 100% you’ll get an alert.

Memento Mori

 

 

The Memento Mori Application aims to put your mortality in view. Celebrating your birthday is something that everyone does, but few people spend time thinking about when they will die.

Our time is limited. Memento Mori gives you an overview of the time that you have left to live. See how much time has passed by and be aware of what you have been doing with it. Your lifetime activity and achievement at one glance in the palm of your hand.

Avoid wasting your time doing useless stuff. Do things that matter and that is important to you.

 

Why this app?
Compliance with your daily life is one of the biggest causes of losing out on your hopes and dreams.
Who hasn’t fallen victim to procrastination? Who hasn’t been guilty of procrastination?
I don’t feel like doing this today, I’ll postpone it to tomorrow.
I am busy now and have other things to do, I’ll skip it to another day.
Then before you know it too much time has passed by and you have lost focus towards your hopes and dreams. The thing that matters to you the most in life.

 

The questions?
Ask yourself the following question: what are your hopes and dreams in life? A thing that you crave for in life, a thing that’s always on your mind (the last thought at night and the first thought when you wake up), a thing that can’t be described in one word. The core of your being, the passion that drives you, the motivation that pushes you forward.

When you know this answer, that’s a good thing and you should celebrate this fact. If you’re not sure, try to dig deeper until you find the answer.

The next question you should ask yourself is: what are you willing to do and risks to take for making it come true.

 

The “What ifs”?
It’s a hard question to answer, isn’t it? What are you willing to do or what risk are you willing to take? What if you change the situation and setting to: you only have one day to live. Will you still be doing the things that you would normally be doing daily? Going to work, checking your social media account, spending your time posting/reading/watching media content.

What if you only have one week to live? What would and could you do? Start simple by defining an important moment or highlight for the week. (what could be the most important moment of the week). From here ask yourself what steps you could take towards making this moment come true.

What if you only have one year to live? How would you be spending your time? Do you enjoy your job and would you still be working in the same place until the end? What added value do all your social media account have in your life? Looking at the time spend on it, what else could you do with that same time.

What if you only have a couple of years left to live? (What would you do then?) What is important to you and is worth spending more time on. What activities consume a lot of time, but can be considered as not important at all. Reorder your priorities in life.

Avoid wasting your time doing useless stuff. Do things that matter and that is important to you.

Video Vault

 

VideoVault is a time capsule for your videos. A prime example is record a video about your new years resolution, set a lock-date, when the times comes you’ll get a notification about it, launch the app and see wether you have kept up with your new years resolution or not.

VideoVault can also be used to increase your resolve and productivity. At the beginning of the week, record a video about what the goal or accomplishment you are aiming for. Set a lock-date till the end of the week. Get a notification and review the video. Record a new video for next week or set a new lock-date for the already recorded video.

The main point about VideoVault is rewatching your recorded videos of what you want to achieve and keeping it fresh in your mind. Most people have the tendency to forget. Forgetting the smaller things in your daily life up to the bigger things, like your hopes and dreams.
When you were a child, what was your dream of what you would be when you grow up? Did it come true or have you given up on it.
The main enemy is compliance to a routine of doing things, without spending too much time thinking about why and how. Losing focus on what’s important to you, while going through your day to day life. And before you know it a week… a month or a year has gone by.

There is a difference between remembering what you want and seeing yourself saying what you want. The human mind and memory processing is all about optimum efficiency. Use it or lose it.
When you first learn a skill, all your attention has to be on the task before you would master it. Think of how many hours and energy it took for you to learn a second language or playing a music instrument when you were a child. While you were practicing and using the skill every day, you’ll have no problem performing the task. But the moment you stop for a certain time… it will be harder to pick it up again.

Special features:
VideoVault has a lot of guided and structured questions that helps you delve deeper into your goal or accomplishment aims. So every recording about a topic will be different compared to the previous one.
With the build in speech recognition all your answers will be automatically transcribed and ordered into an easy to read question-to-answer list.
You can use this question-to-answer list to directly view that specific video segment, no more scrubbing a video to the segment you want to review.

 

 

Pixel Weather

PixelWeather shows your local weather information in a clear and easy to understand way.

At the top part of the screen, the information is depicted in pixel animation for rain, snow, wind, lightning, and more.

At the bottom part of the screen, there is a text representation for the weather information about location, temperature, wind, and sunset plus sunrise.

Additionally, PixelWeather also contains a game that links your local weather information to it.

When it rains outside in the real world, the in-game weather also shows rain.

When it freezes below 0 degrees, you’ll get a buff to your ice damage skills.

When there is lightning, there’s a buff to lightning skills. Or during hot summertime a buff to fire skills and a debuff to ice skills.

 

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MReader

Read and reread your favorite Manga, Manhua, Manwa, Webtoon and Comic where ever you are without worrying about the internet connection or data usage.

MReader enables you to create a custom zip file with the story line that you like and often read. Remove the annoying filler pages at the beginning or end of each chapter. Or combine chapters for a smoother reading experience. No more switching between chapters in a story arc.

The zip file can be stored right on your device or on your preferred cloud storage option. Share your created zip file with your friends or the different devices that you own.

PictoCalendar

PictoCalendar acts like an extension to your default Calendar application on iOS. Which means all you existing events can be viewed and edited with PictoCalendar. PictoCalendar doesn’t save data in the app itself but uses the default Calendar data base from iOS, so new events created by PictoCalendar will also show up in the default Calendar app.

Alarms, alerts, attendee invites, location etc goes through the default Calendar app.

So what does PictoCalendar do on its own? PictoCalendar displays your events data in a new way using pictograms and emojis. Using machine learning it will convert your event title text into emojis and pictograms. Adding your own emoji in the title is also possible when PictoCalendar fails to convert one for you.

PictoCalendar displays the emojis and pictograms one at the time for an event.

There is also an option of name recognition and attendee in event, you’ll see the profile picture of the person mixed into the pictogram and emoji.

As for navigation, simply tap on the event to trigger a detail view on the top showing a short description about the calendar event itself. Tap on the detail view for more information and edit options.

There is a side timeline option on the right side of the screen to give you an overview of how your day is build-up. If you’re using multiple calendars, this wil automatically show up in different colors.

Swipe left or right to switch between days in a week. Or you can press the arrow buttons at the bottom to switch weeks. Tap de days to directly go to a day in the week.

Video Diary

VideoDiary record your video with a purpose, direction and goal in mind.

The first thing to mention is that with every video that you take, you can set a couple of questions to be asked about during the recording. These questions are called Focus Questions, you can decide whenever those questions are asked with a simple tap and answer them.

With this you can bring some order to the recording session. Or you can ignore the questions and just record the video as it is… but then you’ll miss out on the second thing part.

The second thing to mention is the way that you can view the video. VideoDiary will keep track of when the Focus Questions are asked during the recording session and enable you to skip directly to that specific part of the video with the question and your answer to it.

The other thing is your speech will be automatically transcribed into text using speech recognition. This will give you an overview of all your answers to all the focus questions. There is no need to search and watch parts of the video recording that are of no interest. This will enhance the replay value of the video, when you only want to see a specific moment in the video.

Recording a video is one goal, but learning from it should be the second goal to aim for.

The third thing to mention is ordening and accessing the videos. VideoDiary organises all the videos in a specific way which allows you to quickly access them using the default calendar mode. Which as the name implies orders all the videos by creation date.

Or you can use the search mode. At the start of the recording session you’ll be asked about your mood and to choose an emoji to represent your feeling. This is the first search option, you’ll always remember the happy days… or the sad days.

The second search option, with each Focus Question that you provide you can set a tag value to that specific question and with the search option you can find all the videos where that question is asked. For example you can chose to be asked about sport and exercise on certain days, with the search option you can quickly find those days and review the results.

The third search option, you can always mark a video with a star status and search all videos with this status.

These are the three main things about VideoDiary. Recording a video, organise the content of the video and replay the video to learn something from it.

The last thing to mention is memory management. All the videos are stored on your iCloud account. When you record a video every day a lot of memory will be consumed on your device, as the default VideoDiary will choose to store all your videos on your iCloud account to save space on your device. After 1-2 week the video will be removed form your device and re-downloaded when you request it for a view.

By using you iCloud account as storage, you’ll not have to deal with any external services or subscription fees.

With every recorded video you’ll see the video size in MB. The recording quality is set to medium as default to provide you a good quality and also reasonable video file size.

Nag Me About It

The NagMe app enables you to set repeated alerts like every hour, every day at a specific time or any other combination in days/months/years.

The alerts themselves can be easily muted when not needed and be unmuted again when needed. With this you don’t need to recreated specific alerts that you often use.

NagMe alerts can be used in various ways, for example when you are in a study/work session and want to keep track of the time in a discreet manner. You can set an alert to triggers every 30 minutes.

Another example is that with the NagMe alerts you can specify a message, like an alert on every Friday at 21:00 with the message to take out the trash.

NagMe alerts are limited to the device where the NagMe alerts are set. So when you have multiple iPhone devices, you don’t run in the situation like the same alert triggering on different devices.

There is also an option that let you set and send external NagMe alerts to other devices and users.

Go to the “Someone Else” section, tap the “+” and enter the device ID (which you can find under the ID button on the other device) and a username. Before you can set alert, access has to be granted from that other device.

External alerts can only be muted and deleted by the one who set them. The main reason for this design is in the usage scenario of parent-child.

As a parent you can use the NagMe app to remotely set alerts on the child’s device with a few simple taps and gestures.

Set a NagMe to trigger every 10 minutes until the child finishes the chore, there is no easier parenting tool than this.

PuppyDo

PuppyDo uses the build in Reminders app as its database. Which means it will use the reminders that you have created and display them as ToDo’s in PuppyDo.

New todo’s that you create in PuppyDo will also be created as reminders for the Reminders app.

This is also true for editing and deleting.

In short there is no big difference between a reminder and a todo taks.

The main difference is the way PuppyDo displays the data. It only shows one task at the time, when you want to see everything you have to go through them one by one.

This may seem cumbersome, but it can help you recall the todo taks better in your memory.

To make the display of the todo more rememberable and enjoyable each todo is coupled with a random picture of a puppy. Which can motivate you to scroll through the todo list multiple time.

Additionally there is an option to use custom photos instead of the pre selected random pictures provided.