What would you say if LifeSquire could make your life easier? No, no, no we aren’t talking about why you need a personal assistant this time because honestly, we both know you need one. Instead, we are talking about our newest creation, the LifeSquire App.
If you have followed our social media and have subscribed to our newsletters, you’ve heard the rumors it is coming, and we are here to tell you it is now a reality. In fact, you can download it right now from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.
Why you need the app
The primary goal of the app is to make your life easier with the use of technology. But what does it do? Here are a few ways our app will benefit you:
- Make your requests easier by filling out to-do lists for your assistant. You can create them for current and present-day tasks and deadlines.
- When your assistant makes purchases for you, you will be able to track their spending through the app.
- Worried you are running low on hours? Now you will be notified when your assistant is clocked in for you, and how many hours you have used.
- Communication with your assistant is super easy. The app allows a chat feature, so you will be able to stay in contact with them.
- If you need handyman services, you can use the app to make your requests quickly.
- Each personal assistant has a profile, so you will be able to learn more about yours.
- Invoices for our service also will be up-to-date.
S.O.S., I need help
Our most exciting new feature is the S.O.S. option. If you find yourself in a bind and need help at a moment’s notice, we will have your back. All you have to do is make use of the S.O.S. feature.
When you use the S.O.S. button, a notification will go out to all of our personal assistants that you need help immediately. When this happens, one of the LifeSquires will accept and get to your request immediately. Rest assured that your task will be fulfilled without delay.
If you want to find out more about the LifeSquire app, feel free to contact us for more information on how to use it.
Post written by Deaven Cavnar, LifeSquire Digital Media Strategist