Back on track

As you know I’ve been away for a few days – so the release date for Power Schedule 2 was shifted a bit. I’m also quite busy at work – so I don’t have the energy to work on it after I get home :(.
I made some progress last Sunday – I still have to write a help file, some hints, and design new High resolution icons. But the overall functionality is done 🙂

5 thoughts on “Back on track”

  1. Hi!

    Dont worry about power schedule 2.0, its really hard arrives to home and take more work.

    Ive a question, Its possible in P.S. to put two or more schedules for the same days (f.e. monday to friday)?
    I wanna put bluetooth from 7 to 8 am and from 3 to 3.30 pm.


  2. Not sure what the rules are for contacting you. I found the software on Market and am looking for a very simple feature that I hope you will consider adding–shut the phone down entirely at a fixed time. My thinking is that to really save the battery, why not shut the entire thing down while I am sleeping. In the morning, I just power up. I get that the software cannot operate when the phone is entirely off. Just a thought.

    Cool that you included a little about yourself. I work in supply chains for international health and visit Romania a couple of times in 1999/2000 and even drove through Timisoara. Lovely place. I learned to love espresso in Bucharest!

    1. There are no rules – feel free to contact me at any time. I could add the feature you suggest, but you need to know alarms won’t work in the morning – so you have to rely on something else to wake you up. Probably the best way would be to add some warnings for this, with a double confirmation :).

      Well, drop by any time – espresso is good in Timisoara as well 😉

  3. Hi,

    I love Power Schedule. It’s really simple and easy to set up.
    It autommatically switches to silent mode in working time.

    I am wondering if vibrate option can be added in future version, that would be wonderful.
    Such option can remind me, also avoid inturrupting my colleagues.


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