Garden: Stay in Touch 4+

Personal Relationship Manager

Alexander Adell

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.3 • 40 Ratings
    • Free

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Never lose touch with friends, family or your network again. Set how often to get reminded about each contact, and Garden will notify you regularly.

Garden is the personal relationship management app that sends you regular reminders to reach out to the people who matter most in your life. You'll never lose touch with friends, family or your network again.

Just set how often you want to reach out to important contacts and Garden will send you regular reminder notifications.

"Reminder to reach out to Jane S. (it's been 3 months)."

You can choose to be reminded as often as you want - every month, every quarter, even every day :)

Save notes for each contact to refresh your memory of important details, or of your last conversation.

For friends:
Old friendships are sometimes the most valuable. Make sure to keep people in your life who know you best. Even after years apart, it feels like you can pick up right where you left off, but wouldn't it be great if it hasn't been years?

For family:
Make your extended family a bigger part of your life, and let them know you're thinking about them. It's easy to lose touch with aunts, uncles, cousins, even grandparents. They're thinking about you and would love to hear some stories, Garden will remind you to say hello.

For your network:
Keep important business contacts and potential leads up to date. Turn introductions into connections by sending regular updates. Your network is your most powerful business asset, and Garden can help ensure you're top of mind.

When life gets busy, sometimes we need to be reminded to enjoy our most meaningful relationships.

What’s New

Version 1.1.8

Thanks for using Garden, the best way to stay in touch with friends, family and your network. This release includes an Email option, Icon Badges and other minor improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
40 Ratings

40 Ratings

PeteShus ,

Limited Integration Scope

Garden has a leg up on Fabriq by being free and allowing Facebook Messenger access.

I give it four stars because it has no email app integration, no email data type. Therefore, if this app integrates Google Voice, Instagram, and WhatsApp then this will be the top app for maintain social connections.

If they go above and beyond by allowing you to use Apple Shortcuts to automate different ways of contacting people. It will be over for the competition. I would even drop everything to apply for a job with them - it would show company quickness I have not encountered yet.

Glad_e ,

Simple & easy

I’ve been looking for an app to remind me to get in touch with people. I was paying $20 a month for Cloze to do this function (among many others that I didn’t use). I keep more detailed notes in my Day One journal about important interactions so all I really need is an alert to remind me when to call my family and friends. If I need info on anything we discussed last time, I just pull the note up in Day One based on the last interaction date I put in Garden.

I like how easy this app is. You choose when you want to get in touch with someone, the last date of interaction, and a short note. The app does exactly what it is meant to do!

CrowRay ,

Perfectly simple, great updates

There are a lot of tools out there for staying in touch for business purposes. They have a lot of extra features and cost a lot of money. Garden, however, just helps you stay in touch. How often do you want to talk to this person? It’ll remind you to reach out and help you track. That’s it. If you’re bad at staying in touch, this will help.

The latest update added a lot of great features to greatly improve the quality of the interface, and I’m looking forward to seeing what other improvements come in the future.

App Privacy

The developer, Alexander Adell, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

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