Introduction to 24me

Calendar as a personal assistant

Calendars are an integral part of our lives. In the earliest times, human beings calculated time by observing the periods of light and darkness that alternated continuously. These days everyone is using a calendar, whether you are a busy individual, juggling a family with kids or just need to keep your head on top of things — a digital calendar is the solution. But there are several major problems with the current offering of calendars — most of them are just a digital representation of pen and paper. They are static, and don’t fit the current dynamic modern lifestyle. And usually — you need to work for your calendar and it doesn’t work for you. At times when people are overwhelmed with data, deal with way more things than they used to — there is a huge need for an assistant that will guide them throughout the day.

This is why we are focused on developing the best personal assistant experience. Since most of the data about time: like events, tasks and other related information relevant to the schedule, is based in calendars, we decided that building a personal assistant on top of a calendar would be the best way to save people time. As busy individuals ourselves we understand how demanding modern life is, and how difficult it is to juggle between your career and your family life. The concept behind 24me is to provide one place to manage your schedule, and to automatically complete your tasks and errands, and that sets 24me apart from other calendar apps.

As a team of geeks and designers, who think about every little element, we came up with 24me, and we have been named App Store Best of 2014’ by Apple.

What you get when you download 24me

One place for all your calendars, Tasks, Notes and Personal Accounts

Your events, tasks, notes and real life accounts all fully synced and appear on your calendar. No need to use multiple apps to get a sense of what’s happening next. 24me provides a very simple and organized way for you to navigate throughout the day.

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24me is also available for Apple Watch – and provides you with the best personal assistant experience on your wrist.

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Syncs with all your calendars

24me integrates to Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Exchange, Yahoo! Calendar, Apple iCal and many more. No need to put usernames and passwords. Just login and it’s all set up for you. 24me provides Day view, List View and Month view, to you can choose the best way to use it.

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Automatically generates your Tasks and Reminders

Choose which accounts you would like to connect, and 24me will connect securely and remind you about upcoming bill payments from your service providers, special events of friends and family, financials, social networks, Reminders from your native Reminders app and many more.


Automatically completes Tasks and Errands

With a tap of a button you can: Pay bills, send gifts for events, post greetings, call, text and email.

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Share Together

Shares events, tasks, reminders and notes with your family and friends with real time sync between all participants.

Smart Alerts

Be there on Time

Alerting you about the right time to leave for your meetings based on traffic conditions. Provides you with street view of the target destination, and opens your default navigation app with the right address.


Heads up for tomorrow 

Agenda of meetings and to-do’s planned for the next day.

Weather alerts 

Don’t forget to take your umbrella. We are also the only calendar app to provide long term weather outlook so you can plan ahead events knowing what would be the weather in a few months.

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Upcoming Birthdays

Notifies you about birthdays of your dear friends, giving you the time to greet or send a gift.

Where do we go from here?

We are committed to building the best personal assistant experience to help boost people’s productivity to new amazing limits. Our mission is to save you time so you could focus on the things you love to do.


the 24me team.


  • Crisita99

    This is a beautiful and useful app. The only request I have is to be able to choose which of my Google calendars I’d like to receive notifications for. As you may know, Google allows a user to create multiple calendars tied to one account. I have my personal calendar, my daughter’s calendar, my son’s calendar, and a calendar for fun stuff going on around town, just as a few examples. I’d like to be able to select which calendars I receive notifications for. If there is a features request link I should submit this to, let me know! Thanks for your consideration.

    • my24me

      This is already supported. You can do either of the following two:
      – Hide those calendar from showing and getting notifications via the Visible Calendars screen
      – Make sure those events don’t have a reminders set on them.

  • Dan

    Is it possible to use the Google Calendar Reminders with your app? Is the Reminders function supported?

    • my24me

      Can you please elaborate on this? What do you mean by Google calendar reminders?
      With 24me you can set reminders for events and tasks in a very flexible way.

  • Drey


    My 11-year-old daughter downloaded the application on her telephone. It is possible to synchronize my calendar on its application, so that we used the same?

    Thank you very much

    • my24me

      That should be easy to do. Add your calendar account to her phone. For iOS it’s done under iOS Settings app > Calendars. Then 24me will sync your calendar automatically.

  • Tyler Vanstaalduinen

    I would like to sync my Outlook system with my 24 me account.
    My appointments have synced with 24 me, but i would like to sync my tasks.
    I am also wondering if my outlook a can sync with my 24me tasks.
    24me is great for mobile, but I am looking for integratigration from my PC planning with my Mobile.

    • my24me

      In case you use an Exchange account on your Outlook, you can sync your tasks using that Exchange account to your device. Make sure you have that accounts connected under iOS Settings app > Reminders. Then your tasks will sync to the Apple Reminders app. Then you can link 24me to Reminders under My Links. All your tasks will then be synced.

      • Tyler Vanstaalduinen

        I am using the Android version of the app, I am looking for a two way sync

  • Tyler Vanstaalduinen

    I am using the Android version of the app, I am looking for a two way sync with outlook

    • my24me

      This is something we plan to support in the future on Android too.

  • Faith Inmee

    Is there a way to sync with an Outlook calendar on a desktop (not on the iphone). We do not use exchange.

    • my24me

      You need to use an online calendar account which is connected to your Outlook to be able to sync with 24me. It can be Google, Yahoo, Exchange, etc. Then any device which is connected to that account either using Outlook or any other program can sync with 24me on your device.

  • Bh

    Hi, I’m liking the look of this app, can you tell if it has different views for the calendar? I.e., I need to be able to see weeks or months at a time (so ideally the app needs to be rotatable). Thanks in advance.

    • my24me

      We currently have 2 views for the calendar – Day and List view. We plan to add more views going forward.

  • Karen Gilligan

    I really like this app but can’t seem to get the calendar gallery right. I have loaded photos into my gallery but they all sit in the bottom third of the screen. In this attached image they take up over half of the screen. What am I doing wrong??

    • my24me

      They indeed sit in the bottom part of the app to leave space to you daily items. The image you attached might be from past versions of the app.

  • Anne Ferris

    how do I get my tasks from my google calendar to synch on 24me?

    • my24me

      This is something we plan to add. 24me currently supports a full sync with iOS Reminders app.

  • Bill Hoffman

    We rely on a managed exchange service. I always get distracted and forget the start times of meetings. Assuming I can sync Outlook with this application, will the app alert me by vibrating on my wrist in advance of a meeting at whatever interval I set?

    • my24me

      Yes, this is exactly how it would work.
      Make sure you have your exchange account connected on your device.

  • boltsmommy

    I just downloaded the app. I have a few different calendar apps I use (one for personal and one for work). I never did like the native calendar within the ios system so I don’t use that. I’m using the outlook app and the google calendar app instead. according to the tutorial I would have to use the ios calendar sync under the settings. can I not sync this to other apps? if not, this is pointless for me to use. I support multiple executives and would like an app that pulls the data from multiple platforms without having to resort to the ios. I found the ios to be clunky and confusing since I couldn’t color code for each executive.