New iOS version in App Store today! Dials is a FREE, artfully designed iOS and Android app that optimizes and redefines your mobile calendar
LOS ANGELES - Aug. 5, 2016 - PRLog -- Dials, the mobile app that offers users a fresh take on the classical calendar, today released its biggest and newest app update on iOS. Dials is a FREE, artfully designed iOS and Android app that optimizes and redefines your mobile calendar for ease and better time management. Its unique, three-color coded, clock face-like view offers users a quick glimpse of their day, making it easier and faster to read. It also offers a "one hand, one thumb" simplified event entry, making Dials the easiest and fastest on-the-go option for users to manage their schedule.
The updated version of Dials for iOS has a new localized option that expands sync compatibility to include Outlook and Exchange calendars, in addition to the iCloud and Google sync Dials launched with. The new version (v 1.1.2) hits the App Store today.
Dials released as a public beta in the App Store in July of 2015, and released officially, as Dials v1.0, this past April. The app has been featured positively on Product Hunt (most upvoted) and on Lifehacker, amongst other app-savvy sites.
"We created Dials because we personally hated all those 'list view' calendars that were out there. I tried them all, and none of them worked for me. They were built for desktop screens, not for small, mobile screens, and certainly not for wearables," said Dials Co-founder and Chief Design Officer, Dante Orpilla.
"I just don't read time as a 'list'," articulated Dials Co-founder and CEO, Thomas Scriven, "so I wanted to be able to see my meetings, calls and tasks around a dial, like my watch has."
At-a-glance view of your calendar and plans - Dials, with its unique, three-color code system (red for meetings, yellow for calls, green for tasks) and its clock face format, lets you see what's on your agenda in one quick look.
Free and functional - Dials syncs with your other mobile and cloud calendars (Google, iCloud, Outlook, Exchange) or can be used on its own.
Never forget. Never be late. - Tailor Dials to countdown to your next meeting, call or task down to the day, hour, or minute.
Easily add contacts - Allow Dials to integrate with your contacts and maps to add, update, and see the status of your meeting invitees.
On-the-go event updates - Chat and message event attendees through the app and share notes with other event attendees.
Stay notified - Enable push notifications, alarms and reminders. Integrate with Apple Watch at a glance.
DIALS IS AVAILABLE AT THE iTUNES / APP STORE HERE (iOS):
DIALS IS AVAILABLE AT THE GOOGLE PLAY STORE HERE (ANDROID PUBLIC BETA):
DayDials, Inc. (d/b/a Dials) is a tech startup company based in Los Angeles, CA. Dials was founded in 2013 by two longtime friends – Entertainment executive Thomas Scriven (CEO, Dials) and renowned Reddit artist Dante Orpilla (Chief Design Officer / Defender of User Experience, Dials). WEBSITE: http://dialsapp.com TWITTER: @DialsApp INSTAGRAM: @DialsApp FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/DialsApp/
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Dials®, the new Clock-Based Calendar That's Changing Time
August 05, 2016 at 12:38 PM EDT