Todays pace of life is hard to keep up with. We are always on the run — making plans, meeting people, arranging future meetings, receiving documents, preparing responses and making even more plans — and often fail to keep track of everything and remember important dates. If you are an active person and a great mixer with hundreds of contact in your address book, you probably want to prevent situations when important events get completely lost behind the array of smaller everyday tasks. If thats the case, Jingle will be just what the doctor ordered!
Jingle is a multifunctional reminder with an ability to notify you by email and SMS. Wherever you are, Jingle will deliver a message about a medical appointment, a meeting, an approaching deadline or even a pill you should take daily! The software features a very powerful and flexible scheduler that allows you to set one-time, continuous and repeating events, as well as to set complex multi-time cycling event reminders — for instance, to remind you of something every Tuesday at 1 PM and every Friday at 9 PM. Jingle runs on your computer, which guarantees complete confidentiality and security of your private schedule, and can be locked with a single mouse click.
Jingle has a very simple user interface, works with Windows Vista and offers free updates. Considering the price, this is an exceptional value. Dont hesitate — the time has come to stay in sync with your life!
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