SYMBIAN OS SECTION
  -My-Symbian.com-
MAEMO  SECTION
-My-Maemo-
MEEGO  SECTION
-My-MeeGo-
SOFTWARE STORECONTACT


My-Symbian.com Forums

 
My-Symbian ~ My-Maemo ~ My-MeeGo
Symbian & Linux based Communicator and Smartphone Info Center
The Oldest Symbian Community Website - Since 1999
 
 Watched TopicsWatched Topics   FAQFAQ   SearchSearch   RegisterRegister 
 ProfileProfile   Log in to check your private messagesLog in to check your private messages   RulesRules   Log inLog in 
Lightweight, simplified version of the forumsMobile version
T-Reminder is a universal multi-reminder program.

 
Post new topic   Reply to topic    My-Symbian ~ My-Maemo ~ My-MeeGo Forum Index -> Press Releases and Announcements
View previous topic :: View next topic  
Author Message
FedoroffSoft
Forum Newbie
Forum Newbie

Please add your avatar!

Joined: 08 Sep 2009

Posts: 2

Thanks received:
0 in 0 posts
Thanks given: 0


Phone: 5800XM

PostPosted: Sunday, 21.Feb.2010 12:46    Post subject: T-Reminder is a universal multi-reminder program.   Reply with quote   

The T-Reminder is a universal multi-reminder program to remind you about various missed events, such as calls, messages, and e-mails.

Get more information at www.FedoroffSoft.com



If you miss any one of these valuable events, the T-Reminder will remind you about it immediately, before it's too late to call back.

The T-Reminder automatically tracks battery levels and will remind you when you need to recharge your phone. This will eliminate a "dead" phone in the middle of a busy, important day.

If it is an important for you to be always online, the T-Reminder can track network coverage. You will immediately know when you go beyond a connection zone. Of course the T-Reminder will notify you promptly when you return to an active communication zone.

A nice addition to the T-Reminder is its 3G network detection. If there is no full 3G coverage in your region, you can use the T-Reminder as a 3G network detector, where you can make a video call or take advantage of high-speed networking. Of course, your phone must support 3G standards.

The T-Reminder is very handy. You see all tracking events and count every missed call or message on one screen. You can switch the tracking of any event with just one click.

When reminding you of the time, you'll see a pop-up message detailing the type of missed event and, if it is a call, it will indicate how many calls you have missed. If you don't have time to deal with it right then, you can stop the notification about this event with just one click.

Certainly, the T-Reminder will not disturb you when silence is needed. You can set a schedule to ensure that the T-Reminder does not bother you at night or during meetings, when you can use the silent profile.

Although at first glance the T-Reminder looks like a simple user interface, you can change any parameter of a notification, or reminder, to suit your personal tastes, from the ring tone and reminding interval to the vibra-signal count and pop-up message duration.

Get more information at www.FedoroffSoft.com
Back to top
Display posts from previous:   
Post new topic   Reply to topic    My-Symbian ~ My-Maemo ~ My-MeeGo Forum Index -> Press Releases and Announcements All times are GMT + 2 Hours
Page 1 of 1

 
Jump to:  
View previous topic :: View next topic

Similar Topics on this forum
Topic Author Forum Replies Posted
No new posts Synchronization program Oxygen Support Press Releases and Announcements 0 Wednesday, 28.Jan.2009 17:24 View latest post
No new posts blueSMS - new Symbian program (freeware) mantillo Press Releases and Announcements 2 Tuesday, 05.Sep.2006 15:26 View latest post
No new posts Digital Photo Frame Program Gadget17 Press Releases and Announcements 2 Monday, 22.Dec.2003 20:40 View latest post

Posting/discussing/exchanging warez/cracks/serial numbers/links to web sites offering such resources and/or any other illegal content
is FORBIDDEN on this forum and results in an immediate BAN.


Symbian and all Symbian-based marks and logos are trade marks of Symbian Software Limited.
This website is not in any way endorsed or supported by Symbian Software Limited.    (C) 2001 My-Symbian.com All Rights Reserved