Android App Review by AndroidAppsReview.com
I spend a lot of my time on the phone with folks: be they clients, tech support helpers, or just friends and family members. All in all, it’s fair to say that a whole lot of my day involves my phone being to my ear.
With that in mind, it can often be downright maddening trying to keep my thoughts straight. I might create a list of requirements for each call before I make it, but doing so with paper and pen can be complicated. And what if I leave the office and forget the note?
Enter Cinntich, a fantastically cheap, endlessly helpful assistant of sorts that ensure you’ll never again forget something important during a call.
If that’s got you interested, you’ll find our whole review down below!
Concept and Functionality
To get rolling with Cinntich, from AppVentures LLC, you will first need to download it from the Google Play store—it’s a given, but a free one with this app. Once that’s taken care of, you will then be walked through the introductory photos displaying how exactly to use the app.
Stay as long as you like, though we promise the system itself is pretty dang simple.
As an example, let’s say you want to remember to ask your mother how her petunias are doing, but you keep forgetting.
Enter the app, tap the contacts button at the top, and then pick your mother out of the list. Afterward, attach a new note to that contact, and enter “Ask about the petunias.” And you’re done!
The next time you’re having a conversation with your mother, a small pop-up will prompt you with the information you added earlier. In this way, it is nearly impossible to forget anything you were going to say or do.
That’s an invaluable tool, whether you’re trying to build a rapport with the VP of Marketing, bolster familial relations or just need a quote for a project.
Design and Interface
We’re very impressed with how incredibly simple Cinntich is to use.
There aren’t a lot of moving parts, and there’s basically no setup. You can go from the Play Store to playing with the app in about three minutes flat—if even that much. All of this bodes well for the title.
In fact, we’d usually say something around here about how we wish it were a little flashier, or maybe a little more inventive. But this time around, we don’t know that we’d want the app to have more bells and whistles.
By our estimation, it’s ease-of-use is one of the best features packed inside the Cinntich box.
Another boon for Cinntich is its phenomenal price. The app is totally free for you to use, with no restrictions in features or performance.
The only difference with the paid alternative is that you get more contacts. In other words, the app is free and does not penalize you for this. If you want even more of its free awesomeness, you will need to pay a small fee.
That seems certainly fair to us! Which means we can’t help but recommend Cinntich to those who feel like they’d have a need.
Cinntich requires Android version 3.0+. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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What do YOU think? We’d love to hear your comments, try it and let us know!