Act on emails and texts, straight from your watch
Act on Important Messages
reqallable intelligently analyzes emails and texts, highlights the most important parts, and gives you options for a quick reply, right on your watch.
Do not disturb
reqallable prioritizes messages from important contacts, and postpones less important interruptions while you're meeting, driving, or sleeping.
Don’t be late
reqallable keeps an eye on your calendar and current traffic conditions, and lets you know when it’s time to leave for appointments.
Samsung Gear 2
reqallable beta will be available on the Samsung Gear 2 when Gear 2 is released in April.
Meet reqallable, the smartwatch app that rescues you from notifications overload
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.
Apps That Know What You Want, Before You Do
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.
Apps know what you need before you do
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.
Guest: Are apps becoming a human crutch?
A NEW suite of killer apps has arrived. These apps, which use predictive search technology, promise to answer questions before you ask them — or even before you know what those questions are.
Apps like Google Now and reQall anticipate what information you will need before you even have to ask based on your traffic conditions, weather and your location. For instance, they alert you when to leave to make your restaurant reservation on time and the best route to take. Think of these apps as a kind of omniscient GPS, tailored just for you.
reQall is the developer of reqallable and will be unveiling new wearable smart apps over the coming months.
reQall was founded on the back of research from MIT and is based in NASA’s Silicon Valley research park. Find out more about us at www.reqall.com.