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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.

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Levi

    Not compatible (per the Market website) with ASUS Transformer, but supposedly works fine with an old HTC Hero CDMA...uh?

    • http://www.teamrou.com Phil Oakley

      No tablet interface, presumably.

      • Levi

        Not even stretched out and blown up like other apps? I just find it kind of strange.

      • pattavino

        Works fine on hp touchpad with cm7

  • Danny

    Oh look, it's US-only.

    What a bloody surprise, Google.

    Schemer isn't even US-only. I signed up to it just fine stating I was in the UK. What the hell kind of game are they playing at GOOG?!

    • Steve

      I agree, I'm in the Netherlands and have an account but can't get the app? Please Google, stop it with the US-only stuff, it's beginning to get aggravating :(
      Anyone have a link to the apk so everyone can sideload it?
      (And also Google: please update Voice Actions/Majel so it works with Dutch? Pretty please? :))

    • Dave

      Ouch that sucks. You can download the apk directly and install it.

      Some guy posted the apk on the XDA Forums

      http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=20304665&postcount=6

      Sucks you have to do a work around though.

  • nemolivier

    US only… we, in France, still lack of some g+ update announced 2 month ago !

  • skitchbeatz

    ever think Google is stretching themselves too thin and releasing a ton of ideas rather than perfecting just a few?

  • Pegger

    Ah well downloaded and installed (Belgium)
    I did use Market Enabler (Rooted Phones) to set my carrier to US T-Mobile, Downloaded and installed fine on my HTC Hero and HTC WildFire

  • http://www.twitter.com/unicyclize Scott Davis

    Mustache is spelled incorrectly... spellcheck people!!

  • http://twitter.com/butzki Kolja

    The App can be installed from anywhere in the world if you download Market Enabler first. It can be found in the Android Market and will fake your location. Needs root.

  • SomeGuy

    Is that Lassie icing really tiny foods?

  • Skillit

    Not reaaly a good deal for me with this social functions....

    Lots of stuff that I want to do are amoral and some downright illlegal...

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