You've probably heard of Schemer by now, Google's new service to help you track all of the crap you want to do during your lifetime. Doesn't really matter what it is - you can scheme everything from reading a book to taking a trip to trying a new food (and everything in between).

If you're still lost as to what I'm babbling about, watch this:

In short, it lets you remember all the stuff you want to do, as well as instantly gracing your face with a handlebar moustache.

Schemer is currently invite only.

So, you've got your account all setup and flowing with to-be-done junk - now what? It's not entirely practical to sit in from of the computer looking at this list, right? Nope. We want our stuff on-the-go. After all, that's when you're more likely to actually do something, anyway.

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That's what the Schemer app is for. Install it, look at what your friends want to do, steal their ideas (or input your own), and make it happen. That's what it's all about.

To sign up for a Schemer invite, head right here.