Sometimes you see to much on your phone what you don’t want the people around you to see. For text messages on iphone it’s possible to amend that but for most apps, you don’t control it. The notification scrambling app enables you to define whether you want to see the type of message, the sender and/or not the contents.
Intelligent glass is the glass for windows of the future. It’s recognises wind, rain, snow, etc but also notifies the owner when it breaks or it is cut (typically when someone tries to break in). Furthermore it has great isolation values in terms of energy, noise and sun. Light is captured and can be used as solar energy. Glass connected domotica & apps have tremendous potential to connect the outside world with the inside of a home.
I dunno about you but sometimes i need to close down all feeds that can disturb me in order to concentrate. It happens that i get so many input triggers by all apps and programs I use that I become clueless of what I was going to do next…
The Cuemore.com app wants to avoid you being clueless. It’s a queueing timer for all push notifications apps and programs send you. Whether it is on your smartphone, tablet or computer device, you can set bundle push notifications to a fixed time or later moment per app or program. It can be turned on instantly (when it happens – compared to sending a text message when you get a telephone call when you’re in a meeting) or programmed, say I want to receive e-mails only at 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17h. Or I want my game updates daily at 20h and before 2am the cuemore app shouldn’t cue anything here. Etcetera.
Whenever you decide now is a convenient time and you want to view your waiting line of push notifications, you can access the app and catch up. Organising push messages in biteable and scheduled bits should be part of your daily routine and makes your life more convenient and yourself more focused. Seeing it only when you want to see it gets you your attention back.
Could also be nice for If this then that to implement this kind of timer/scheduling options to its recipes.
The idea is to have some kind of replacement for beer cards, drink coupons, etc. at events. A temporary digital wallet for any event persona in which they can buy coupons for the event itself.
At exchange points, these persona’s get offered new tastes, sometimes based on their preferences, mostly based on their profile and sponsor arrangements the event has.
Event based digital wallets gives the organisers a better understanding of their public. Seeing who lets money roll, what their personal interest is, while providing real time statistics that could even influence a dj’s setlist provides sales optimisation opportunities in live situations unseen before. They organisers could even anticipate and experiment with situations where sales promo’s of sponsors are being in order to up- and cross-sell. Why else would Unilever ever sponsor an event? 🙂