That would get you 11 free reminder apps, and one for 99-cents. If you need a reminder app and you’re torn between choosing from the 11 free apps and one app that actually works well, choose wisely. In fact, choose both.
Reminders, Alarms, Convenience, Oh My!
LightBulb or Bulb? LightBulb is more like Bulb Lite. The Bulb app costs money but not much and it’s worthy of a review.
We’ve decided not to issue a full on review of LightBulb. It deserves more of a warning that you get what you pay for.
Bulb, on the other hand, is developed by Jędrzej Gronek and it’s attractive, simple, useful, and part of a stable of similar apps which deserve a closer look.
This straightforward reminder app resides in your Mac’s Menubar. Click the icon and this is what you get.
Click the Plus button to add a reminder. Fill in the name and details, then set the alarm time.
Options include a repeating alarm, running on specific days at specific times, and so on.
There’s no magic. Just basic simplicity. Use Bulb to schedule alerts, sleep, shutdown, restart, and logout using your Mac’s controls. Use it to remind you of specific events in the future.
Reminding is easy and the alerts are selectable.
All your alarms and settings are synchronized via Dropbox, so you can use a Mac at the office or home, and a Mac notebook and keep your reminders and alarms the same.
Someone has a reminder and alarm app fetish. Bulb combines the best of Nice Timer and Nice Reminder, which makes it, well, nicer.