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Two good productivity apps for the iPhone get hitched.
One of the most useful iPhone apps helps you remember all sorts of things using voice notes and transcription.
Reminder service ReQall has a new service for "pro" users that brings tight ties with e-mail in-boxes, contact lists, and geo-location.
Here are screenshots from the latest version of ReQall. These are for the iPhone version only. The app is also available on other devices, including BlackBerry phones.
You speak, it remembers.
Don't like tapping memos into your phone's calendar or writing them on a piece of paper? Just speak into your phone then, you lazy person
ReQall transcribes the notes you speak into it. It won't create Outlook tasks or appointments, though.
ReQall lets you speak your thoughts into your phone, and plays them back when you want.
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