'RemindMeAgain' Reminds You of Your Reminders... The Right Way
The Reminders app in iOS is decent. The application is a success in what it aims to do Ė at least somewhat Ė and it will get the job done, but not exactly in the best way possible.
iOS developer Samball has created a new free jailbreak tweak called RemindMeAgain
that allows you to be reminded over and over of your reminders. This is great for when iOS reminds you of something and you realize that youíre not quite ready for the reminder yet.
I canít even keep count of the number of times that Iíve set a reminder with Siri, then had iOS remind me of something, and then I realized that Iím still busy with something else and need to be reminded at a later point in time. At the time that I finish what Iím currently doing, I forget all about the reminder.
RemindMeAgain fixes this problem because the reminder repeats at a set increment of time until youíre ready to acknowledge and dismiss the reminder; this ensures that you are reminded of what you need to be reminded about WHEN
you need to be reminded.
Configuring the tweak is easy Ė just head over to the Settings application and find the RemindMeAgain preferences pane. From there, youíll be able to enable or disable the tweak on demand, as well as pick a time increment that you want to be reminded again Ė you can choose between minutes, hours, or a combination of the two.
A new reminder will be created each time you don't acknowledge the reminder that reflects upon the increment you set. So if you choose to be reminded every 5 minutes, and a reminder goes off that you don't acknowledge, the tweak will create a reminder copy that goes off in another 5 minutes. The reminder copies will stop when you acknowledge it.
You'll find RemindMeAgain in Cydia's BigBoss repository for free!