Imagine yourself in one of those places where cell phone usage is explicitly prohibited (could be in the middle of a class, in a meeting with your boss, or perhaps giving a lecture) and suddenly you receive a call.
What would be the immediate effect? At best, you’d get a bunch of disapproving glances, but depending on what was interrupted, there may even be serious consequences.
Of course, to avoid this situation you can simply put the phone to vibrate, but, have you thought about the drawbacks of this "solution"?
What if the incoming call is really important and you need to let the caller know where you are, and that you'll be busy during the next half hour?
What if, at the time you finish your appointment, class, or conference, you forget to restore your phone’s sound back on, losing important calls that go unnoticed?
Even worse, what happens if, while the phone is supposed to be off, you need to send a message to your partner reminding her to pick up your child at school, or have to tell your boss that you’ll be late at the office?
Perhaps you wish to be the first in congratulate your love ones on their birthdays right at midnight, but you fall asleep and lose the opportunity. Maybe you need to send a simple notice to a family member at a specific time, but you miss the exact moment because you’ve been doing other important tasks.
Mute Calendar was created to avoid a lot of phone's drawbacks. You will be amazed about how easy a simple app can transform your life from now on.