Social network updates, successful eBay bids and all your bank transactions in one app.
Personal Assistant Review
by on March 13, 2010
There’s a fairly lengthy ‘enrolling’ process for assistant. Not only do you have to sign up for a PageOne account – the makers of the app – but you will need to add in all your account and password information for things like Gmail and Amazon. But once you are finally up and running the app is easy to use.
Its makers call the Personal Assistant app, ‘the most effortless way to manage your life online, anytime, anywhere.’
And it is a useful app to have. You can view all your social network updates from here, see if your eBay bid is successful and even see what bank transactions have been made (if you use American Express). The app will also give you email notifications about transactions if you want.
While we prefer keeping bank details separate from our social-networking life, it’s easy to see why Personal Assistant would appeal. If you want to have more unlimited accounts, there is also a Personal Assistant Premium app available for $6.99.
We’re not going to point out that this can be shortened to ‘pap’ as this would be churlish but when the free app is so features-heavy, why would you pay more?
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