Despite Bubble appearing to be a very simplistic productivity tool for your Android it actually is very clever and extremely useful piece of work.You know when you speak to someone and need to jot down some notes? Well when a contact calls you can make notes on the incoming screen and they will pop up when you next speak to them to remind you of all the things that need some discussion. See, now you are intrigued aren't you? I told you it was useful.
Maybe you are making a list of things to remember to talk to a client about when he calls. Or it could be a lot simpler than that. A few items that your hubby can pick up for dinner on his way home. It could be that. Or you want to remind your friends that you are all meeting at 7:30 at that bar with the cute waiter. If you considered yourself pretty well organized you would have a pad of post-it notes next to the phone and you can toss out the calendar now.Thats where Bubble fits in. Bubble is a note-taking application that connects notes with your contacts. Bubble's main feature is to remind you of all the things you wanted to talk about with a specific person. When they ring, you are easily reminded of all the things that you needed to discuss. Whenever your contact calls, your bubble pops up a personal reminder to inform you of any of the notes you made for that contact. You can even set up the reminders so that they pop up exactly when you call. If necessary, you can set the time you want it to display.
Quite simply, Bubble will save about half a tree per year in post-it notes so you can think that, if nothing else, you'll be doing something for the environment. But there really is something else. I love the way a persons notes popped up as soon as they called and this is something I can see as having uses in both your personal and professional life. It's simple organizational skills mean you don't have to strain to remember all the things you need to talk to your caller about whether it be those Titanic Ii tickets or getting a recipe. Bubble is a fine little addition to the iPad arsenal.