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EveryThink App Launches Calendar Store for iPad and iPhone

EveryThinkTM, the all-in-one personal information management tool for iPhone and iPad, today introduced its Calendar Store, an in-app marketplace offering event calendars ranging from sporting events to shareholder meeting dates. EveryThink users can quickly and easily select event calendars from the store and incorporate them into their existing calendars.

This latest addition to the EveryThink app joins a variety of other unique features that set it apart from other solutions, including its patent-pending, app-to-app Drag-hover-Drop (DhD®) technology that allows users to move items and information easily between calendars, tasks and time slots – with the swipe of a finger. DhD works across any source and destination, for example, pulling a document from Google, and placing it into one’s meeting time in the calendar.

The EveryThink app offers an exclusive data integration hub that allows users to attach, access and view any type of file from within the app. Whether pulling from the local device, or off the cloud, users can access spreadsheets, presentations, videos, photos, etc., from all popular sources (DropBox, Evernote, Google Drive, Facebook, etc.) and move them to events and tasks.

“When we launched EveryThink, we promised an aggressive expansion timeline for our powerful, all-in-one platform. Adding in the capability to grab and purchase calendars through the app and automatically integrate them into personal calendars adds another level of personalization and productivity to the app,” said Yair Grinberg, CEO of EveryThink. “For baseball fans, for instance, downloading the Major League Baseball calendar gives them the ability to have their calendar updated with games from their favorite teams, and then updated with scores, providing important historical data for the entire season.”

The Calendar Store offers thousands of calendar options in more than 100 languages. Once selected, users can set up automatic alerts to receive notifications, including sporting events, financial updates or weather notifications, among others. Calendar Store categories include:

  • Holidays – More than 200 countries, 700 regions and school holidays worldwide
  • Sports – Professional sporting events schedules with up-to-the-minute scores and results
  • Finance – Includes events such as shareholder meetings and dividend payments from 5,000 listed companies
  • Weather – Forecasts with 14-day outlooks in 160,000 worldwide locations, and automatically updated every two hours
  • Religion – Festivals, holidays, holy days, and prayer times for numerous religions
  • Misc. – Moon phases, name days, sunset and sunrise schedules, among other events

EveryThink is a universal app, optimized for both iPhone and iPad, and has a one-time fee of $6.99. EveryThink can be downloaded today at the Apple iTunes Store. For one week only, EveryThink is offering special pricing of a one-time fee of $2.99.

Calendar Store calendars are purchasable through the in-app store icon; most sell for $.99 per event. Media and analysts are welcome to test the app for free by contacting [email protected].

About EveryThink
The EveryThink App has tackled ways to transform the productivity infrastructure in the mobile environment. Taking the best of knowledge management theory of the 21st century and integrated it into innovative, easy-to-use, personal information management solutions for the mobile world. EveryThink’s patent-pending Drag-hover-Drop (DhD) capability is only one way that EveryThink is pushing beyond the current offerings in the productivity space. Founded in 2011 by serial entrepreneur Yair Grinberg, the company is located in Tel Aviv, Israel. Additional information is available at http://www.everythink.us or on twitter at @EveryThinkUS.

EveryThink and DhD are registered trademarks of EveryThink, Ltd.
Apple, iPhone, and Reminders are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. All other trademarks are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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