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24me Launches The Full Android Version Of Their Smart Assistant App

December 12, 2014 - Written By Justin Diaz

Task managers are a dime a dozen, you can find any number of them Android. Task managers that act and perform as a personal assistant however, those are little more rare, and today Android users have one more app in this genre that they can take into consideration when looking for a smart personal assistant app. 24me launched an Android app in beta a couple of months back and now they have pulled it out of beta and released it into the Play Store in its final form for all Android users. It does require Android 4.0 and up, but that’s the majority of Android users these days so it should be compatible for just about everyone.

24me Smart Personal Assistant combines the uses of multiple different apps all into one package, giving you an automated task manager, a to-do list, and a reminder service. You can access features with speech-to-text although you can type things in as well. The addition of things like time-based reminders and tasks which can be set to be repeatable is one of the more useful and popular features, but you can also use 24me to schedule reminders for calls, texts, emails and run errands, and it manages things automatically from your financial institutions, social network feeds like Facebook and Twitter, and other service providers. You can also share your tasks with friends so if you have a reminder set up that includes others, use 24me to send a quick email or message that brings them in the loop on what’s going on, similar to the collaboration features of ToDoist.

Since 24me manages your service provider accounts like your cable bill, your water and sewage, and wireless carrier providers, (or really anything) you can use it to pay bills with a simple one-tap function, making it hard to forget to pay bills altogether. 24me’s CEO Gilad Hertanu states that they are “thrilled for the opportunity to introduce 24me on Android,” and we couldn’t agree more. If you’re not using 24me for your reminders and tasks, what app do you prefer for handling these sorts of functions from your smartphone?