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Near2There.com – Reminders For Places

Near2There is a new mobile application that can tell you about places that you’d might like to check, right as you’re near them. These can be restaurants that your friends have recommended because of the great customer service they provide and their exquisite dishes, or nightclubs where the fun never stops. Any kind of venue will do. Near2There will send you a direct notification when you’re just a few blocks away,...

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Manilla.com – Pay Your Bills

Manilla is a handy service that can look after all your bills, and send you automatic reminders when it’s time to pay them. And it works with just everything. Your phone, utilities, loans, loyalty programs, daily deals and even Netflix subscriptions. That’s a very marked improvement on the way applications like this one usually work, as apps for the management of bills and due dates hardly ever go beyond credit cards....

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ReminderGuru.com – Free Phone And SMS Reminders

So, the year’s started in the best possible way, with you getting that long-awaited promotion. Yet, you find that now you’ve got too much too handle and your work life is leaving you with less and less time to focus on everything else, much to your despair and frustration. You forget appointments with friends, you’ve got less time to spend with your children. You can’t go out as often as you did before. And...

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Cronote.com – SMS And Email Reminders

The Internet makes it easy for even the most forgetful of people to be reminded about the kind of tasks and activities that if neglected can end up having unforeseen consequences, such as having an argument with a coworker over a call that was meant to be made, or causing a row with the missus over forgetting to pick the kids after school. These are the kind of things that can easily escalate into something really, really unpleasant....

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RentShare.com – Pay Your Rent Online

RentShare lets you pay your rent online and share expenses with all of your roommates, without your landlord having to become involved. You simply use your credit card or your checking account to have your share of the rent paid, while your roommates pay theirs. Both you and your roommates can receive reminders via email when it’s time to pay the rent, and as if that wasn’t enough you can use an “Autopay”...

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