You free download for Mac

You for Mac1.7

10 August 2011

Alarm clock and more.

What is You for Mac

You is not just an alarm clock. It is meant to make your life easier one day at a time. "You" will help you wake up informed and in a good mood to start your new day. Everything you could hope for to make your day at home or at the office run smoother is at your finger tips. Don't be surprised if you constantly discover more features that have been built into this "loaded" app. The app has so many features that they all have to be discovered.

Alarm clock with multiple settings and functionality, time display, alarm notified day planner, event planner, special date reminder with display and search functions, feeds, up to date local weather. The weather uses first clock location. Features will be added as requests are received. This is your app. Please tell us immediately if you want new features or improvements.

This is your app. The iLifeTouch team is always ready to help you improve the functionality of this app. We are here to make your life easier with You. You will find more improvement in upcoming version. Please visit our website for more info.

iLifeTouch making apps that make your life easier one day at a time! TM.

Important Note: The first city chosen will display the weather of that city. So if you want local weather simply chose your current location as your first choice of cities and you will have local weather. That simple. We have provided a location for users to enter their favourite feed. We are updating the app and providing information on our website. Set up correctly this will be your go to breakfast app after You wakes You up.

What's new in You

Version 1.6:
  • Updates for City.

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Dec 29 2011
Dec 29 2011
Version: 1.7
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