Ever wished you had a personal assistant to organize your listing appointments and everything else you need to get through your day?
Cue, an iOS app from Greplin Inc., may be for you. In just a few months it’s already gotten positive reviews from Bloomberg’s Businessweek and USA TODAY. In a few quick taps, you can link your most important social media and email accounts, even your Dropbox, all in one place. With a paid account, you can add premium programs such as the ever-popular Evernote.
Managing your synced social media and email accounts is also pretty easy to set up through Cue’s website, www.cueup.com. Set up your notification settings and watch the magic happen.
A neat little visual snapshot of your day is presented to you right on your phone. Closing appointments, business meetings and anything else you need to be on time for sync with pertinent contact information and emails to help keep you prepared and on track.
Running late? No problem. Cue asks how late you’re running and will automatically send a message to the person you’re scheduled to meet with via text or email.
When you’re sharing your personal contacts and information with any third-party group, it can always be somewhat worrisome. Check out their privacy and security policies on their website.
More updates should be coming from the app’s co-founders, Daniel Gross and Robby Walker, and Bloomberg Businessweek’s review said plans to develop Cue for Android and Windows users are coming soon.
I say, quit shuffling through all of your apps. Cue does all the work for you so you can focus on what’s next.