Nyabag gives internet users a helpful organizational tool for their personal life. The user can create and manage alerts that let them know when an important event or task is approaching. Alerts are sent by email and SMS so the user receives them anywhere. Users can also build smart lists that sort tasks by category. The edit and add features have been streamlined so the user doesn’t have to work through a number of options to make changes or create new tasks. The Neat Notes feature provides the user with a place to add more detail and information to a single event or task. A number of customized backgrounds are available so the user can make their Nyabag tasks visually appealing. A “Feel It” option gives the user a space to update their mood with each diary entry they create.Show more screenshots »
Nyabag has received a lot of positive attention from sites like The Tech Journal and Killer Startups. That’s not surprising considering the price of the application compared to how many features it includes. The user can easily organize their personal life with as much or as little detail as they like. The application has included a number of features that are there for users who need a little more. The mood option makes the application very personal while the notes let the user add practical information that can help them complete a task.
Nyabag is an organizer built for the user’s personal life. While many others focus on generic scheduling or professional needs, Nyabag supplies the user with a number of ways to keep track of personal events, activities and things they have to do. It does so with a high level of personalization. The user can select custom backgrounds that can be changed whenever the user desires new scenery. The Feel It option gives the user a place to add their current mood as well.
Nyabag has implemented a user friendly interface that comes with plenty of personality as well as practical design. The user can easily find their way around. The diary looks much like a physical diary. Moods can be selected from a drop down box and appear on the diary page as a playful emote smiley. Nyabag manages to combine functionality with lots of personality to give the user a positive experience that is tailored to their individual needs.
A new user can register for a Nyabag account by clicking the blue “Sign Up” button in the upper, right hand corner of the homepage. This scrolls the page down to reveal the short registration form. The form is actually visible without clicking the button if the user looks to the bottom of the homepage. The user is asked to provide an email address and password. After submitting the form, a green message appears below it to advise the user that they must check their email inbox for an activation link. The use will be able to access their new Nyabag account after the link has been clicked.
Price is another appealing part of Nyabag. All users can create an account for free. There are no subscriptions required and the user never has to make a purchase. The application is still in beta, but proudly states that its services are “free and always will be.” All accounts are given access to all current features and the user can return as often as they like to update their diary or schedule their personal life.
Nyabag is a great tool for anyone who needs to get their personal life in order. The application is especially ideal for those who prefer an all in one application that lets them keep a diary, schedule their week and keep track of their mood. The interface is very easy to learn and the user can add as much or as little detail as they want to each new task or diary entry.