Nag : Multiple Timers with Alarms
By Electric Pocket
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This brilliantly simple timer puts an end to overrun tasks, burnt dinners and forgotten phone calls - with great reviews from around the world - people love how simple and useful Nag is...
"Nag is impressive for its simplicity and ease of use" - MacWorld Review, Feb 2012.
There's no easier way to set an alarm or timer than Nag! A single button press sets a nagging alarm that will jog your memory over and over - whatever app you are in - use Nag for GTD tasks, for parking reminders, TV shows, cooking, collecting the kids - whatever you need to make sure you remember!
Nag was Featured and Recommended by The Sunday Times, 8th May 2011.
"I have not been late for a conference call since I started using Nag." US, AppStore Review
"The more apps I review, the more I realize there's no such thing as an app that is too simple. Simplicity wins every time!" AppBoy.com tweet
Nag's novel controls let you press a single button to set an alarm at the top of the hour, or at a set time away - eg. in 5 minutes time, or an hour from now. If you want to finely tune the alarm time, then simply press the buttons again to add more minutes to the time.
When your alarm time comes, Nag will sound its alarm. If you don't stop the alarm, Nag will remind you every minute until you acknowledge the alarm. No more burnt dinners, parking tickets or forgotten children!
With great hi-res graphics, sound effects and reliable iOS local notifications (which means you don't need to stay in the app to get alerted), Nag really makes the most of your iPhone, time and time again.
Nag is the perfect answer to the "just 5 more minutes" or "I'll leave in a hour" situations we all face - and forget - daily!
iOS 5 Note: If Nag stops working after an iOS 5 update to your phone, please visit the Settings application, choose the Notifications section and make sure Nag is set to ON. For some reason, the iOS update is setting Nag to OFF for many users, so alarms don't sound.
We hope you find Nag really handy - if you do, please leave us a review on the AppStore, tell your friends via the Twitter links and join us on Facebook via http://electricpocket.com/nag - thanks!
If you are having problems with Nag, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you. We can't investigate or follow-up on review comments, as we have no way to contact you!
What's New in Version 1.10
Fixed message entry for iOS7
Finally - support for 4" retina screens
Thanks for your patience!
Not working properly yet
The first time I got this app couple of years ago, it works perfectly. But then with the upgrade of iOS, it stopped working. I have been waiting for an update but never seen it. Finally, checking back and found out that they recently did an update. I updated it and was so hopeful that it will works. It still doesn't work properly. When the phone is off, it doesn't sound the alarm. When I open up the app, then the alarm sound went off. I have deleted the app and reloaded it again but it still doesn't work. I hope they continue to work and fix this problem. If work properly, this is easily one of my favorite apps.
Hurray! This updated application does work. I found out that the reason I have problems above because the notification was turned off in setting. Once I turn it on, the alarm sound off even when the phone is turned off.
Complainers mislead the reader with ignorance.
This app is best used as an "on-the-fly" short-time-span reminder/nagger. It really doesn't have any competition at the app store in this regard, IMO.
CORRECTIONS: One complainer said the app "only" nags in one minute intervals... Well, yes! First of all, the Apple system only allows for one-minute or one-hour auto-repeating alarms – so what does this guy expect the programmer to do, override Apple?? Another complainer misleads the reader, since an individual CAN easily snooze an alarm going off by any amount he or she wishes (5 min, 15 min, 1 hour, whatever) with 2 taps! So much for the criticism..
It does what it says it will
This app helps those who rush past pop-up reminders and then forget to go back to them. I also like that the app can be closed but the Nag will still activate. As you can guess, though, if your device is out of earshot and you don't attend to the Nags, they'll continue indefinitely (as they should) and eat your battery power in the process.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Oct 04, 2013
- Version: 1.10
- Size: 4.3 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Electric Pocket Limited
- © 2011 Electric Pocket Limited
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.