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On my iPhone…Mynd Calendar

Mynd Calendar

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Mynd

It seems the calendar display on smartphones is one area where many people are trying many different ideas. Mynd is another in a long line of calendar replacement apps which attempt to convey more information while losing the clutter of most calendar apps. On first glance, it might resemble something from Star Trek: The Next Generation, but is series of tiles present a lot of information in a small place. I have been playing with it for a few days now and find it useful and good looking, but it remains to be seen whether I will keep it as my main calendar app.

Mynd screen 1Mynd screen 2

 From the iTunes App Store...

"Use Mynd as your primary calendar for a week and discover how it can help you be successful. It's incredibly easy to setup because Mynd works with all the calendars you've already got on your phone.

Mynd is intuitive. It’s there when you need it. And when you don’t, it’s off thinking, gathering, and learning more about how it can help you better use your time so you’ll be more successful in work and in life. Within a week, Mynd will discover your commute so it can provide reliable drives times to your future events."

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