PDAs are one of the greatest inventions of modern times. However, besides being a great help to your life phones can also be a pain at times. We've all been woken in the middle of the night by a text message or had the embarrassment of the phone ringing while on a plane or in the cinema.
AutoFlight is designed to not only manage your life better, but also to manage your phone better. Essentially, it's a scheduling application, allowing you to set up alarms and alerts, but also telling your phone when to change its state or launch a particular program.
You can use AutoFlight to switch functions on and off at a certain time, either on a one-off basis or on given days or time periods. So you could tell it to go into flight mode during the times of a flight as soon as you've booked the trip. You could also opt to automatically turn on Bluetooth every day when you arrive at the office, then off again at clocking off time. Other functions you can enable/disable with AutoFlight include call forwarding, profiles, reset, power off, WiFi. You can even schedule macros to run at a given time.
Besides just letting you schedule phone functions, AutoFlight comes with some powerful alarm and time-telling capabilities. You can configure multiple alarms with different alert tones and there's a function that announces the o'clock every hour with a chime. You can even get AutoFlight to speak the time to you at the touch of a button.
AutoFlight packs all these features densely into a tight user interface. It can be a little overwhelming at first, but once you've taken the time to get to know where all the functions are, it's perfectly usable.
If you're looking for a complete scheduling solution for your Pocket PC, AutoFlight will serve you well.