The perfect app to have reminders and tasks on your mobile: Notepin

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Mobile phones have replaced many of the devices we used on a day-to-day basis. I am not talking about technological instruments such as GPS or cameras, but about others that have been with us for much longer. A good example is diaries, notebooks in which we wrote down names and addresses but in which we also wrote down what we had to do.

There are many reminder apps on Android, Google even has one, but it’s not as visual as Notepin.

Reminders and permanent tasks on mobile

The perfect app to have permanent reminders on your mobile: Notepin

This application allows you to annotate tasks and make them appear in the notification bar permanently, at the top.

In this way, each time we unfold the upper curtain of the mobile interface we will see the tasks. In addition, in the top bar itself appear pins that symbolize the number of tasks we have pending.

When creating them we can give it a name, but also write a short description.

We have three colors to establish the importance of the tasks that we have pending. Depending on which one we choose, it will appear earlier or later in the list.

The perfect app to have permanent reminders on your mobile: Notepin

Although by default all the tasks will appear at the top of the mobile interface, we can uncheck that option when we are creating it. Even in the settings we can make, by default, none appear there, although that is the great advantage of the app.

In the event that you see that the permanent notifications disappear, you should check the battery saving settings of your mobile since it is possible that it is forcing Notepin to stop in the background.

The application is free and has ads, although these are seen in the interface of the app, when we open it, not in the mobile notifications area.

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