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No yet, but you can schedule text reminders using intervals as short as one day or as long as you'd like. We are adding this feature soon though, so stay in touch!
Yes. Though wireless text sending and receiving requires an Android-powered phone running the free Nuntium app, you can use other cell phones by installing Nuntium on your PC or Mac. Then, once you connect your phone to your computer, Remindem will send scheduled text reminders.
No. Once your subscribers have signed up for messages using the keyword you specify, all text messages are one way only -- from Remindem to subscribers.
Remindem is free to use and open source. Keep in mind that your mobile service provider's fees apply, so be sure to check with them if you have any questions about charges.
Any modern browser, including the latest versions of Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Chrome, and others should work fine. If you run across a browser that doesn't seem to play nice with Remindem, please let us know.
It’s a small application that serves as a bridge between your phone and the Remindem Web application. Because Remindem doesn't directly send or receive text messages, this app helps your phone to communicate with Remindem so that it can receive your user subscriptions and send your reminders.
We wanted you to be able to use this in any country you are. Therefore, Nuntium is used to "couple" your phone to Remindem so that it can send and receive text messages on the schedules you create in the Remindem Web app.
No. Remindem requires a dedicated phone with its own SIM card.