Schedule Your Homework With Power Planner For WP7
If you’re a student and have to keep track of your homework and assignments, you can of course use a standard calendar and task manager. However, dedicated homework planners are much more powerful, since they allow you to categorize your homework into classes and add useful information like teacher names and schedules.
But because forum member ace10134 didn’t find such an app on Windows Phone 7 that was good enough for his own needs, he developed his own, called Power Planner. It comes with some nice features, like live tiles that show your due assignments, and even automatically creates reminders for you.
The app has a fully functional trial version with no ads, and adds a few more advanced features like grading if you buy it. Sounds good enough? Visit the forum thread for download links, and be sure to leave some feedback!
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