It is important to remember that even though you may not be a “Chek” fan, you don’t need to get all worked up over this. I am no fan of Chek, but the fact is that it is really not that hard to use. When you really look at it, the “Chek” is actually a part of the package of most of the apps on your phone.
The Chek is basically a set of applications that you can install onto your phone to help you keep track of things on your phone. It’s basically a personal diary. You can even add a few things to it manually, but the bulk of it is what you should be using for all your phone’s functions, right now. You can also make your Chek into a sort of book, where you can write out reminders to yourself and add them to your diary.
The Chek is similar to the Reminders app, but the applications are on the iPhone and aren’t really exclusive to Apple.
You can also sync your Chek with your iCal (to help organize your daily events in your calendar), Outlook (for keeping track of your emails), and your Google Calendar (to keep track of your events and appointments). The Chek is also available for your iPhone, but its currently only available for the iPhone 4, 5, and 6. The Chek will be available for all iPhones in the future.
The Chek is currently only available for the iPhone 4, but if you want to try it out, you can sign up for an Apple-exclusive beta test that will allow you to give it a shot of your own for $3.99. (It’s also available for the iPhone 4, 5, and 6 for $5.99).
The Chek is a calendar that works with both your iPhone and your desktop calendar. It is a one-touch solution that you can set up and forget about by simply saving your events and reminders by the name of the event or appointment you want to save. Your Chek will automatically sync with your other calendars as well. It also automatically keeps an index of all the events and appointments that you have saved to it.
Basically, Chek is a way to save your events and reminders with just one tap. And it’s a nifty little app that’s going to make your life easier.
The only downfall is that it’s so great that I can’t imagine it being useful in the long run. I have a few appointments in mind that I want to set reminders for, so I’d better get my hands on Chek.
I have a few appointments that I want to set reminders for, so Id better get my hands on Chek.
Chek is a great little app that makes it easy to set reminders for things you might want to do in the future. In fact, it’s such a good little app that I was even inspired to make my own version of it. If you’ve ever used an email app, you’ve probably used the same basic principle, but in the app you can use a simple drag-and-drop interface for creating reminders and events.