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    LaterDude Pro has been released for $2.95!

    check is out at the store here

    LaterDude Pro is an application that simply reminds you to call, SMS or email someone. The efficiency of it is that it interacts with the system and creates a new event into the internal calendar application.

    After installation, LaterDude Pro is available for use on your device. It does not have an icon but is always present on your system via the Menu.

    You click on Menu -> Remind me later! to access the application.
    You can launch LaterDude Pro from everywhere, but if you are in the following applications then you can invoke the current entry:

    - Call Log
    - Messages/email Application
    - SMS Application
    - Address Book

    From these 4 applications you can select an entry to directly get its contents imported into the fields of LaterDude Pro.

    For example if you want to get notified tomorrow that you have to contact your Doctor, you go into the Address Book, scroll to your Doctor’s entry, press Menu -> Remind me later! to set up a call-back reminder. The phone number and name is then already set in the LaterDude Pro application.



    ************* Important Notice *************
    1. Set the Application Permissions: Go to Options -> Advanced Options -> Applications -> LaterDude Pro -> Menu -> Set Permissions -> Set all to Allow -> Reboot the device (battery-pull).

    2. Download the PDF-Readme, it's included in the ZIP file that you can download when you purchased the application

    3. The Application can be downloaded as OTA and also as Desktop Intallation

    4. You need to take make the following settings:
    1. Open up the Calendar
    2. Click Menu then Options
    3. General Options
    4. Default Reminder
    5. Set it to 0 min so that the Reminder Time is always on 0 min
    *****************************************

    Features:
    Simple in its use
    Efficient
    Saves a lot of Time
    Don't forget to call someone back

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