Tuesday, May 10, 2011

iPhone Calendar

Terri Reed here, keeping track of my daily obligations has been made easier with my iPhone's calendar. I used to write everything on my wall calendar that I have hanging next to my desk. Now all my appointments and daily to-do's go on the iPhone. At a glance I can see what I need to do for the day, the week and the month. I love the alarm feature. Key point though, make sure the phones not on vibrate!

I imagine that my hero in my upcoming July release, The Innocent Witness, used his iPhone calendar often. He's a smart guy.


  1. I look forward to owning an iPhone! Once my current phone dies...


  2. I don't have an iPhone and may never have one. My hubby has one. We don't use our cell phones much because we get a week signal at our house. Too many dropped calls. I put my activities on my Outlook calendar. Then when I open my e-mail, I get a reminder. Paper calendars never worked for me. I'd forget to look at it. :)

  3. My hubby has had an iPhone, Iphone 3G (at the bottom of the lake), and now uses an iPhone 4. He uses his calendar/alarm feature all the time.

    I just have a conventional cell phone...it's all I need, since the only two people I really call on it are my hubby and my mother. I don't text and when I'm using the internet, I like to see what I'm looking at. :)

    Wall calendars work for me. I keep it in a central location (kitchen) where I know it won't be overlooked.

  4. I love the reminders I get on my cell phone! But I still keep a paper calendar as well. :)

  5. Ok seems Im not a smart guy but I do use the outlook express calander to keep track of my book reviews interviews etc.
    I dont have an iphone I have a cell phone that hardly gets used.

  6. I have the paper calender in my purse. I have to be able to see a month at a glance.
    That being said, once the contract is over for my current phone, I'm doing an iPhone.

  7. I used to think all I needed was a normal cell phone. Hubby got me a Blackberry first. I still didn't use all the features. But when he brought home an iPhone for me, I started using it. I love being able to glance at my email while in carpool line or at the doctors. And now that my kids text, daughter won't answer her phone, I find myself using it more and more.