Aida Reminder – Set hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and yearly reminders


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  • Aida Reminder

    Aida Reminder

    Super fast, set up reminders in seconds
  • User friendly interface
  • 9 different categories to choose from: One-Time, Hourly, Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly, Wake-Up Alarm, Voice Reminder, Music Reminder
  • Voice Reminders: Use your own voice to record reminders. They will play when the reminder is due (Available on iOS 9 and later. If you have iOS 8, you will have to open Aida Reminder to listen the voice reminder)
  • Music Reminders: Pick a song from your music library and set it as the reminder sound (Available on iOS 9 and later)
  • Snooze reminders directly from the notification banner or from the lock screen
  • Auto-Snooze: Automatically repeat the alarm up to 5 times at regular intervals (e.g. 1 min, 10 mins, 30 mins) until you take action
  • Pre-Alarms: Receive up to 5 notifications prior to the actual due date
  • Add images or photos to each reminder for easy identification
  • Option to skip the current alarm and reschedule it for the next repeating date
  • Has a calendar to view all reminders by month
  • Drop-down panel for easy access to edit or reschedule any reminder quickly
  • Easy one tap to turn individual reminders on or off
  • Option to pause all reminders when you don't want to be disturbed
  • Wake-up alarm with custom snooze time
  • See your past reminders in the History tab
  • Sort reminders by Priority or Due Date
  • Backup and restore reminders on the same device or multiple devices
  • Auto-delete your completed reminders
  • More than 110 built-in images
  • 45 built-in alarm sounds
Source: Aida Reminder - Set hourly, daily, weekly, monthly and yearly reminders

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