In a fast-moving world, we often find ourselves struggling to keep track of everything that is going on around us. With Scheduler for Mac, users can now manage their daily events efficiently and without much hassle. The app also allows the user to set a schedule for launching their apps, documents, and scripts, automatically.
Scheduler for Mac is free to try but needs to be registered after a 30-day trial period. A license code will be sent to the user free of charge after simply providing a name and e-mail. The installation of the app is quick and easy and the layout is well designed. The program doesn't limit the amount of reminders or schedules users can set, and users can copy, start, and stop any selected schedule very easily. However, we noticed a problem when we tried to delete some of our scheduled events but they weren't removed. We solved this issue by simply restarting the app. In addition to other features, there's a "group" feature, which is very useful, especially when you're managing multiple events. There is also a calendar view, with an option to display the public holidays. Unfortunately, it will only work if you're living in Italy, Portugal, the United Kingdom, or United States.
With enough features and decent performance, Scheduler for Mac could be useful to busy users who are trying to manage their time properly and enhance overall productivity.
Scheduler for Macintosh is an all-around scheduling application, which has been around since 2001. You can schedule alerts to remind you of tasks you should not forget. Unlike other applications you can use iTunes songs or your own sounds so that your reminder will be accompanied by your favorite song or the sound of your baby laughing. Just record any sound with Scheduler's built-in Sound Manager. You can automate the launching of applications and the opening of documents in the application you want on a specific date and time, or after a period of inactivity, or at computer startup. Just imagine having your documents being opened for you when you start up your computer. Give Scheduler for Macintosh a try and you will see how productive you will become.
What's new in this version:
A bug that made Scheduler 6.1.2 crash upon startup on OS X 10.7 (Lion) was fixed.