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From Brad Stewart:
LocaDo is a location based "to-do" list and reminder system.If you are anything like me, you constantly forget the things on your ToDo list that aren't urgent: pick up a shovel if you happen to be by the hardware store; grab some trash bags at the grocery; don't forget, we're running low on bacon; and so on. Every time I get home I smack myself on the forehead when I realize what was forgotten, but since it's not usually worth a special trip, it waits until the next time I'm out...then I forget...then wait...then forget...wash, rinse, repeat. To save myself from my fiancee's irritation (and nagging), I came up with this app to help me remember those things - and it can help you too. It's super easy and you won't find a better system! Simply enter your ToDo reminder, drop a pin on the map and select how close you need to be before being notified. Done.Next time you are out and about, if you approach your ToDo location an alert will pop up reminding you. You can also view your ToDos all together in a list, which sorts automatically based on your movement: your ToDos will display in order by distance and direction.---------------------------------------------------------To add a ToDo:1. Touch Add ToDo.2. Enter a name.3. Select what distance you want to be alerted for your ToDo.4. Pick a spot on the map you want the ToDo for. You can change locations on the map and click Drop Pin to change location. You can fine tune the location by simply touching and holding on the pin to move it.5. Touch Save ToDo.To edit a ToDo:1. Touch the Blue arrow button.2. Make Changes.3. Touch Save ToDo.To reset a complete ToDo:1. Touch the ToDo.To move a location pin:1. Touch and hold the pin.2. Move to new location and release.Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.About the developer: Brad Stewart is a 2014 US Olympic hopeful in the sport of Skeleton who uses web and application development as a means to support his crazy pursuit. As a self supported athlete, all costs are born by the athlete and all proceeds are used to fund his training, equipment and travel expenses. Thank you for your support!For questions, comments, feature requests or bug reports:email@example.com