PoweryBase releases NotifyMe Control Center for iPad

San Francisco, California – PoweryBase Inc. today released NotifyMe Control Center, a highly awaited iPad version of a popular task management service. NotifyMe Control Center can be used on its own on the iPad, but also synchronizes along with the iPhone version of NotifyMe, so users can always manage to-do’s comfortably and receive notifications where they prefer to. In NotifyMe Control Center, it’s possible to manage multiple user accounts to let the whole family manage their tasks and sync with their iPhones. All of the tasks are synced live using a personal user account via NotifyMeCloud.com service.

NotifyMe Control Center feature highlights:
* Free live cloud syncing via NotifyMeCloud.com
* Configurable push notifications – users can receive notifications on the device which they prefer to
* Multi-user support for managing 1 or more user accounts
* Pass-lock for user accounts to provide privacy
* Web access to users’ accounts
* Advanced custom repeating patterns
* Auto-snooze feature, keeps alerting infinitely until task marked done
– Pre-alerts
– Notes for to-do’s
– Custom categories
– Sound notification, 9 available reminder melodies
– Time zone shifting support for frequent travelers

Pricing and Availability:
NotifyMeCloud.com service is free, customers only need to obtain the app itself. NotifyMe Control Center is available on iTunes App Store as a separate app for $9.99 (USD). There are currently no special offers for any existing NotifyMe customers.

NotifyMe Control Center 2.1
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PoweryBase Inc. is a San Francisco-based software company primarily focused on cloud oriented development, apps and services. NotifyMe stands out as a natural outgrowth of what can be accomplished with cloud development and push service provided by Apple. PoweryBase Inc. is not associated with Apple Inc. Copyright 2010 PoweryBase. Copyright 2009-2010 PoweryBase Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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