Share and discover new dots with friends (or keep them secret). You can organize dots into lists, and see other lists to be inspired... Examples include: Best Foodie Spots, Fun Things to Do in San Francisco, A Wine Tour Through Napa, Kid-Friendly Restaurants, Best Study Spots, Where to Go When A Friend Visits...
GOOD USES FOR DOT THE SPOT:
Make your mark on maps... Easily customize a map to see your favorite places nearby, or what friends recommend.
Create lists of places under a theme and browse others' lists to get inspired.
Never forget a good place by marking places you want to remember.
Share a detail, tip, or image about a place (add a jot).
Trying to figure out where to eat, shop, relax, or play… Dot The Spot will show nearby venues your friends have endorsed and lists to inspire you.
DOT THE SPOT – MARK AND REFERENCE YOUR PLACES
A Dot says a place is worth remembering. Dot a Spot by touching the Dot It button. See your dots on a map or in your profile (My Dot). See friends’ dots too! (if they opt to share).
DOT LISTS – ORGANIZE AND SHARE YOUR PLACES UNDER A THEME
Create your own collections of dots. Keep your lists private, or share with others. Examples may include: Crafty Beer Bars, Best Dog-Friendly Brunch Spots, Local Boutiques Worth a Peek, or My Weekend Jaunt to Napa…
JOTS – SAVOR THE MOMENT, SPREAD THE KNOWLEDGE
A Jot is a brief note about a place. This might include something you want to remember (what you ordered), something worth sharing (a picture of that great gift you found), or a secret tip (an off-the-menu option). Jots are short – an image and some words.
DOT BEACON INTERACTION – GET THE SCOOP ABOUT WHERE YOU ARE, BY WAVING YOUR PHONE
Dot Beacons are interactive dots in real spots (local businesses). When in range, wave your phone in a circle, or touch the explorer icon in the app and the DOT beacon will instantly surface information about the venue (no searching required). Currently only available in San Francisco. Bluetooth 4.0 required.
With Dot The Spot, find your places fast and make sure experiences are always worth a Dot!
Thanks for being a Dot pioneer. Dot The Spot is a new product in Beta release -- expect updates and fixes - we're on it! Have feedback? Hello@DotTheSpot.com.
Exceptionally simple and easy user interface.
Recording what medications you are taking has never been this easy.
Type in the name of the medication you are taking once,
when you take it for the first time,
and you will never need to type it again.
Turn on the NAG ME feature for a medication
and it will gently nag if you are missing your regular schedule.
No need to tell it when you are supposed to take a medication,
or when you want to be reminded.
Shortly after you were supposed to take a medication and didn't,
it will start gently nagging you with music,
and a popup will tell you which medication you are missing.
The main display shows the last time you took each medication.
With a quick click and confirm, you record that you are now taking it again.
With a longer tap you can see the history for a medication and change details if need be.
Export by email as a CSV attachment.
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To change the name of a medication, pick 'change name' from the long press menu in the main view. This will change the name of the medication and will reflect throughout the history of this medication.
To change the date and/or time for a particular instance,
choose History from the long-press menu.
In the medication history view, long press the date/time item you wish to edit. This might be the last time you took this medication, but you can also change any earlier entry.
If you are placing a log several hours after it actually took place, follow these steps:
1. enter medication now.
2. long press History.
3. long press the first row (this last entry should show) and pick 'Set Time'.
Three difficulty levels. Unlimited number of puzzles to solve in each.
Tiles that are left with one option only are highlighted
so you can breeze through them quickly.
Think-only-mode auto selects tiles with one choice.
Remembers every game you played. Select from history list to replay the same game.
See your win/lose statistics.
Guitar and piano notes provide feedback to your moves.
Silent mode lets you play at work, at night or in class.
If you still play Sudoku on paper sometimes, this one will definitely spoil you.
Can you identify the background music and the winning tune?
Four difficulty levels: Baby, Easy, Medium, Hard.
Teach your kids the names of animals,
or teach yourself about some beautiful animals you have never seen before.
Choose whether you want to see the correct answer.
Go to Wikipedia with details about the animals you see.
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Automatically stores your last calculation so you never lose anything.
Give a calculation list a name and save it.
Get back to a stored calculation with ease and continue adding and changing.
Label any item, delete or change it, and the total will be recalculated.
Adjust for money, whole number, or any number of decimal digits.
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