Your Personal Assistant

Additional Informations
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Updated: February 5, 2018
  • Requires Android: 4.1 and up
  • Installs: 500 - 1,000



iPost is a personal assistant which controls your events and create response for them.

Time is the non-recoverable thing and there are words to not forget and messages to reach to the right person at right time. There are so many applications to do that but the key point is, all these applications remind us in a passive way .iPost provides you an active assitant.


-iPost is an application which does your communication works in the perfect time that you declare before or some kind of events thats already in your calendar.iPost offers to use the feature in 4 platforms: "Whatsapp", ”Sms” ”Gmail”, ”Messenger”. iPost also permits you to do these texting, mailing, posting things in a loop.

-iPost pulls the events from your calendar.

-iPost has a reminder setting that can reminds you the upcoming posting works.So if you want to cancel it you can easily do it .

-You can create a group and send it to the people that involves on that group.


-Is there a message that you should text it, at a time that you are on sleep or are you afraid of forgetting it?

-Is there a mail (report) to send every week on friday at 06:30 pm? Just declare the time and day that you prefer to repeat and declare the folder and the file name.It pull the up-to-date version of the file and iPost mails it to the person or people that you declare before. (Tip: You should save the up-to-date file with the same name so the iPost pick the updated file)

-Is there a birthday celebration one of your best friend ,and you want to be the first person that celebrates his/her birthday first , so pick the social platform which you want to celebrate and let the hard things to iPost to perfectly done it for you. Also it can pull the events from the calendar and automatically do it even if you forget to celebrate it or other events that you declare on your calendar .


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    Dalton Smith Published date: February 12, 2018

    This is okay, but it doesn't really seem too different from run-of-the-mill memo apps. Maybe rethink what you need. Full Review