ReQall Pro: Contextual Reminders Location and Time Based

ReQall Pro: Contextual Reminders Location and Time Based


ReQall lets people record their thoughts and tasks via mobile phone, using SMS or voice, then the audio files are converted to text and accessible from ReQall’s website, the service helps people to get organized by sending reminders, creating shopping lists and share notes with friends. Today ReQall goes Pro with a set of enhanced features: it provides location based reminders, voice-to-calendar integration and an updated version of its Memory Jogger. reQall Pro is available for $2.99/month or $24.99/year from . reQall users who signed up before March 25, 2009 can upgrade for just $19.99 for the first year. reQall Standard continues to be free. Features after the jump.

Features include:

  • Enhanced Memory Jogger –patent-pending feature, analyzes a user’s situation (calendar, time, location), predicts when they’ll forget, and automatically delivers relevant, up-to-the-minute reminders.
  • Places – Organizes tasks based on where they need to be done. For example, a task such as “try the cake at the Blue restaurant” can be assigned to a geo-location of “Blue restaurant” and reQall will display that item when the user is near the Blue restaurant.
  • Outlook and Google Calendar integration –synchronization that lets users add items by voice or text to their Google Calendar, Outlook Calendar or Outlook Tasks.
  • Recurring reminders
  • Universal sharing – ability to send reminders to friends, family and colleagues—even if they’re not reQall users.
  • Integration with smartphone contacts – For iPhone and BlackBerry users, reQall can access the contact list stored in their device.
  • Helping hand – for iPhone and BlackBerry users: reQall recognizes phone numbers, email addresses and links in the content of reQall items so users can call, email and browse directly from reQall.
  • Email reQall – In addition to reQall via voice, text, web, Firefox and IM, users can now add and update items via email.

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