1. touchthatpad106's Avatar
    For example if I wanted a search run daily for HTC is there anything on the web that still does this or an app?

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    01-30-2014 07:09 PM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Tasker could probably do this, although I don't have direct experience with it.

    EDIT: Actually, now that I think about your question more, maybe not ...
    01-30-2014 08:10 PM
  3. electricpete's Avatar
    Google alerts...delivered to your gmail.
    Google Alerts - Monitor the Web for interesting new content
    Not good enough?
    01-30-2014 10:54 PM
  4. touchthatpad106's Avatar
    Google alerts...delivered to your gmail.
    Google Alerts - Monitor the Web for interesting new content
    Not good enough?
    That's not a bad solution, but I would like it in app format. I guess you could counter and say Gmail would be the app lol.

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    02-01-2014 03:24 PM
  5. electricpete's Avatar
    Well, gmail is a pretty good and customizable app. Assuming you have a pc, you can set up a gmail rule so that all messages containing
    "Google alert" in the subject line are assigned a custom tag/label and (if you want) removed from your inbox....they'll still be accessible from gmail, just not in the inbox. You can set up a different label for each Google alert using more key words if you prefer

    Then on your phone (assuming 4.0+) you can:
    @ set up a shortcut direct to the label launchable from home screen, out anywhere that accepts a shortcut
    @ set up the notifications for that label, including:
    @@notify once on first new item or notify on every new item
    @@custom sound for this label different than your inbox sound.
    @of course gmail will keep track of which you've read and which you hadn't and allow you to delete or star a message
    @you can access the label either by tapping on the notification or through your normal gmail.

    It can all be done with gmail, I've done it myself. I have a rule in my work ms outlook where all my work email is forwarded to my personal Gmail and then in gmail I separate it and treated exactly in the way I described above so I can easily access it from my phone to keep up on nights and weekends (although I can't reply very well).

    So it can act just like an app, and you might learn some useful productivity tools you can use to manage your Gmail in the process

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    02-02-2014 11:21 AM
  6. touchthatpad106's Avatar
    I still wish it was easier, but that's probably the closest I will get. Great idea!
    02-03-2014 09:07 AM

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