Evernote for iOS recently gained a reminders feature, so you can set a time for when you want to return to working on a note. This could be useful for tons of things—drafting blog posts (like this one), reminding yourself to update a party planning note you’re working on with someone, or making sure you jot down thoughts and shoot photos while you’re on vacation.

The interesting thing about Evernote’s reminders UI is that it’s custom and quite animated. It might be faster when it comes to quickly setting a basic minder for the next day (the default), but I’ll let usability folks argue over that. It’s just plain fun.

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