Meet the ‘pago’ app that allows people to manage their schedule and stay on schedule
A team of developers has unveiled the ‘Pago’ project, a tool that lets people manage their schedules, stay on track and take advantage of the latest in digital technologies.
The app, which will be released later this year, is currently only available in India and Pakistan.
“Pago is a mobile app that makes scheduling easier and convenient,” said Pradeep Jain, co-founder of the team.
“It works on the premise that you are using a smartphone to make a scheduling request and you have to do this using the Pago app.
The Pago team has been working on it for more than two years.”
Pago, the app, works on your phone and is designed to make scheduling easier.
The Pago project aims to make the entire digital world more efficient and efficient.
This is a key part of the new Indian government’s Digital India initiative.
It’s a first for India.
The country has more than 7,000 million people on the planet, but only a few million are connected to the internet.
India has been slow to roll out its digital economy, and its government has not made any moves to bring digital services to the masses.
Jain says Pago’s focus is on improving productivity.
“The Pagon team is building a framework for people to work on scheduling, but we’re also focusing on the idea of using technology to help people do their job,” he said.
“We want to bring to people’s lives a lot of the productivity they would normally get from using a regular smartphone.”
The app is built with the help of a custom design that uses a design tool called SketchUp.
The design tool was designed to help design and build user interfaces for digital services, and has been used by other apps in India.
The app lets users create their own scheduling schedules using a set of templates and a calendar.
One of the templates in the app.
The app uses the calendar’s date as a template, so that people can quickly create their personal calendar.
Users can add their own dates and add reminders to their calendars.
Pango is available on Google Play for free.
In the next few months, the Pagon project will be available on iOS, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry. (source)