Your morning summary prepares you for what lies ahead in your day.
Anticipates trouble and warns early enough for you to take action.
Be prepared with backgrounds on meeting attendees, emails they’ve sent, recent related news.
From the zillions of emails you get, hear the few that need your action.
Deals based on where you’re at, what you’re doing, and what you’re interested in.
reQall Rover is one reference design application of an intelligent, proactive assistant that continuously datamines past, current, and future context and offers assistance unprompted; it doesn’t sit idle waiting for the user to ask a question before offering assistance.
The reference design of reQall Rover is available for download for a limited number of users as a private beta. Sign up with your email address to get on the waiting list. We will send you a code to activate reQall Rover as soon as we can.
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Imagine your phone being your intelligent assistant that will give you your next move based on where you are and what you’re currently doing. ReQall is doing just that with their technology and is not just limited to your phone but to any network, application, or service on any device.
Smartwatches usually treat notifications with blunt-force indiscretion. It’s an all or nothing affair. You either turn off notifications entirely, letting your wrist wear go quiet, or you leave notifications on, and let the watch respond to all incoming signals with a buzz or a chime.
The first option defeats everything we want in a smartwatch—these gadgets are supposed to save us the trouble of checking our phones for critical communiques. But the second option is annoying—once those emails, text messages, and call notifications pile on in rapid succession, you want to throw your watch down the sewer.
SAN FRANCISCO — In Hollywood, there are umbrella holders. Outside corner offices, there are people who know exactly how much cream to pour in the boss’s coffee. In British castles, royals have their valets. And then there is Silicon Valley, where mind-reading personal assistants come in the form of a cellphone app.
IN THE film Minority Report, Tom Cruise lives in a digital world. Touchscreens are everywhere, shoppers are greeted by digital assistants who know what they want. Cars drive themselves to work. When the film was released in 2002, it looked like science fiction. But now technology is bringing that world to your smartphone.
Thanks to a slew of recent technology advances, the smartphone is turning into a truly personalized information assistant that can handle everything from your appointments to traffic reports. A new Android app called reQall Rover wants to turn your smartphone into an intelligent information assistant.
Microsoft thinks that the current mobile app metaphor is a bad thing, and has designed Windows Phone 7 to consolidate information in hubs and provide information via live tiles so that one can quickly get the information they seek. A beta Andrsoid app called reQall Rover provides a similar form of consolidation, but in a more elegant way, in a single Android app
We're busy people, and can't be expected to spend every second poring over all the email, news, and other info we're bombarded with every day. ReQall Rover gives you personalized, location-based information on your phone for everything you need to know.