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Never Miss a Birthday Again Thanks to Birthday Reminder GLite
Oh no! You just forgot that today is your significant other’s birthday! And moreover, the day is almost out and you have nothing prepared. How could you have forgotten? If this situation ever happened to you, you probably wish you had some means to alert you when the date is close by. In an effort to answer your requests, XDA member dally has come up with an app whose sole function is to prevent the aforementioned scenario from happening… again. Unlike calendar, you don’t have to scroll through dates to find when the next birthday is coming as this gives you a list with all of them.
Birthday Reminder GLite is a freeware, finger-friendly application that will keep you reminded with your contact’s birthday and anniversaries. When you start it manually, shows you all defined events. Also every day, at specified time application will remind you about upcoming events.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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