reQall Introduces New Functionality And Features For iPhone OS 3.0
reQall For iPhone 3.0 – Easier, Faster and Even More Unforgettable
MOFFETT FIELD, CA – 6 a.m. PST July 6, 2009 – reQall (www.reqall.com), the leading memory aid application company, is helping to the make the release of the new iPhone 3.0 operating system a more memorable affair.
The company has enhanced its application, adding a suite of new features that gives reQall unprecedented ease of use with both the new iPhone 3GS and existing iPhones that are updated to the 3.0 operating system. reQall’s even more expansive range of capabilities now provides iPhone 3.0 users with an ideal means to not only stay connected but to send and receive important new information, from maps to movie show times. Among the reQall features made possible through the OS 3.0 iPhone enhancements:
• Memory Maps – instead of viewing your To-Dos in a list, you now can see them on a map with reQall’s enhanced Places function. This feature also has the ability to add a destination you want to remember on your reQall Places without having to physically visit the site.
• Eyes-Free Recording – with reQall’s unprecedented ease of use, there’s no need to look at your screen or tap a button when it’s time to remember. Simply raise the iPhone to your ear and it starts recording what you want to later recall.
• Push Notification – taking advantage of one of the breakthroughs of iPhone 3.0 technology, this new feature lets reQall users receive reminders even when they’re not running the reQall application.
• Data Detectors – when a telephone number, URL or email address is contained in a reQall message, users can tap once to take action. Making a call, firing off an email or launching a Web page is now easier than ever.
“We are thrilled for reQall to be one of Apple’s featured applications for the new iPhone 3.0, because the 3.0 technological innovations have helped us further realize our vision of making reQall the ultimate memory aid,” said Sunil Vemuri, co-founder and chief product officer of reQall. “The new reQall features, from the eyes-free recording to the iPhone-driven push notifications, accentuate what our application does well in helping users to remember and access crucial information in the right place at the right time.”
reQall already offers an advanced memory application that provides location-based reminders, voice-to-calendar integration and the proactive reQall Memory Jogger™ to boost productivity and enhance memory. It ensures that users never forget, regardless of where they are or what they’re doing. Mike Elgan of Computerworld wrote that reQall is “the best product I’ve ever used for reminders and personal productivity,” calling it “a life-changing, potentially culture-shifting, almost science fiction-like service.”
reQall is a voice-enabled memory aid that seamlessly integrates your mobile phone, email, text messaging and IM into a powerful organizer, reminder system and productivity assistant. With reQall, you can capture your ideas, tasks and commitments before you forget—wherever you are. The service helps you capture ideas as they emerge, arrive on time and well-prepared for appointments, share reminders with family and co-workers, retrieve relevant information at the appropriate time, and remember important events such as anniversaries and birthdays.
reQall is a global, venture-backed business, with operations in the U.S., Hong Kong and India, focusing on improving human memory. Behind reQall is a highly respected group of science, technology and business specialists including Gordon Bell, Don Norman, Edward de Bono, Gabriel Yu and Peter Cochrane.
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