Set intervals for the Reminders app with RemindMeAgain

By , Apr 11, 2013

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A new tweak was just submitted to the Cydia store today, and it is called RemindMeAgain. As its name alludes to, RemindMeAgain works with the Reminders app to provide you with Reminders for tasks at preset intervals. RemindMeAgain will continue to bug you at the interval you set, until the task is checked as being complete.

Take a look inside for a brief look at the tweak…

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I set a reminder for myself at 7:05, and set RemindMeAgain to remind me at one minute intervals using its preferences. Sure enough, I received notifications at 7:06, 7:07, 7:08, and so on. This can be handy, because there is no way to make Reminders repeat at anything less than a daily interval.

RemindMeAgain may be a simple tweak, but for those of you who rely on the Reminders app day in and day out, you may appreciate what it can do for you. RemindMeAgain was just submitted to Cydia, and should be available for free in the next few days or hours. Let me know what your opinion is about it in the comments below.

Update: RemindMeAgain is now available on Cydia.

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  • Anything that can make the Reminders app better is ok in my opinion! Excited for it to be on the Cydia Store.

    • Same. As much as I like the reminders app what really annoys me is that it isn’t constantly in my face

      • Yes! Its great, but I always seem to forget all about the app.

    • Om Soni

      Reminders+ is the best tweak for the Reminders app so far.

      • Thanks for the suggestion! Will try it out now.

  • Bob

    I just want to be able to pin reminders to the notification center, too much to ask for? I know there’s some application called reminders plus or something, but that’s for the lockscreen not for the notification center.

    • That’s exactly what I want too! I’ve been looking for any app (Cydia + App store) that shows you your list of tasks in the NC without having to set a deadline.

      • Bob

        I just emailed the developer of Reminders+, I don’t know if he’s still working on the tweak, but it’s worth a try anyways.

        There’s reminder apps that do send notifications to your notification center but these are temporary and only work when you set a date.

      • Om Soni

        Instead of emailing the developer of Reminders+, you should go to his blog and write a comment on his Disqus.

      • Bob

        Just got an email back, support will be added for it in the next version πŸ™‚

      • Om Soni

        Nice! Thanks bud!

      • Om Soni

        Hey Bob! I just refreshed Cydia today, and guess what I saw! Reminders+ just got updated with support for Notification Center! πŸ˜€ All thanks to you! πŸ™‚

      • Bob

        OMGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

      • Bob

        I ended up uninstalling the tweak. As it’s too buggy. Too bad. The developer doesn’t seem interested in it anymore.

      • Om

        Oh. In what way do you find it buggy? It’s working flawlessly for me. I use it everyday. And it’s great.

      • Bob

        When you add reminders, I use tap to remind & it randomly pushes notifications. There’s also a lag when waking from sleep sometimes.

      • Om

        Even I’ve noticed the lags. But now I’m just used to waiting a second or two after I press the home button to unlock my iPhone.

      • Bob

        I guess some people are more tolerant. I got fed up of it. As soon as I uninstalled performance dramatically improved. I emailed the developer he has no interest in working on the app. He said maybe he might work on it during the summer but doesn’t sound too enthusiastic about it. It’s a shame really.

      • SweKiwi

        One word: Try Due. It’s so, so much better.
        Sorry. That’s seven words.

  • If this appeals to you then check out the app ‘Due’ in the App Store – it does this exact thing, except you can also tap one button to delay a reminder by a day, and hour, or 10 minutes. So you get bugged when you need to, but it’s quick to dismiss if you don’t have time. Having to reset a bunch of reminders going off all the time could otherwise be a pain if you have as many as me πŸ™‚

  • I think isx has wat u guys talkin bout