Smartphone users have a plethora of apps to help them keep track of their daily appointments and to-do lists, however, it’s usually up to them to make sure they carry out the tasks. Now the newly updated 24me planner app automatically syncs with utilities and other services to remind and enable users to pay their bills.
Although the app has been available for iOS devices for a while now, the Israel-based developers recently launched ’24me 2.0′, which includes an updated interface for its task and reminder functions. However, the revised app now allows users to connect their utility accounts, bank details, social networks and other apps such as TaskRabbit. Once synced, actions such as due payments are seamlessly integrated with the other reminders in one feed, and users can pay them through the app. Similarly, 24me also features an in-app gift store that lets users easily and quickly buy and deliver a present when an occasion is coming up. If users don’t have time to complete a task, they can get someone else to do it for them through TaskRabbit. The video below shows the app in action:
By combining several platforms’ functionalities in one app, 24me helps daily planner users become even more productive through their smartphone. How else could further product integration make personal assistant apps more useful?
Spotted by Jennifer Low, written by Springwise