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Android: EasilyDo, the proactive personal assistant, launched for iOS a few months ago. Now the app is available for Android, and features the same proactive reminders and tools, from reminding you to make dinner reservations to suggesting you get flowers on the way home for your anniversary.
iOS: Apple’s Reminders is an OK app, but its location-based reminders aren’t particularly quick to create. Checkmark is much better, making it a snap to create reminders at any spot, and it’s free today (down from $5.49).
There are a lot of great bookmark-and-read-later services out there, but if you want to switch from one to another, you probably want to take your old articles with you. Here’s how to import your old Instapaper or Readability articles into Pocket.
Budget impact, new Google features, iTunes alternatives and chocolate milk were drawing in the crowds. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:
Even though Google Now offers convenient time and location-based reminders and there are approximately a gazillion to-do apps you can use, if you’re a die-hard Evernote user, you probably still crave this one missing feature: The ability to set reminders on your notes. Here’s how to get those sorely missing alerts.