Today, Reclaim doesn't have native apps for iOS or Android, but we designed Reclaim so that you could manage it on the go reasonably well on your mobile device. Here are a few tips on how to manage Reclaim while on the go.
Add the Reclaim web app to your iOS home screen
You can add the Reclaim web app to your iOS home screen, which will let you access it via your iOS device in the same way you would any other app. To add the web app to your iOS home screen, follow these steps:
First, open the Reclaim web app in Safari. Then, tap the
Share button (a little box with an arrow pointing upward).
Add to Home Screen from the list of options:
Name the app, and now it will appear in your home screen!
Add the Reclaim web app to your Android home screen
You can add the Reclaim web app to your Android home screen as well, which will let you access it via your Android device in the same way you would any other app. To add the web app to your Android home screen, follow these steps:
First, open the Reclaim web app in Chrome. Then, tap the More Options button in the top right (The three dots menu icon).
From the menu, you'll see an option to "Install App":
You'll then be asked to confirm and install the application from this menu:
Once you've done so, you should find the Reclaim App in your Android App drawer, this can then be added to your home screen by pressing and holding the app for a few seconds, then dragging it up to your home screen.
Manage your Reclaim events via the Google Calendar mobile app
Reclaim was built to allow you to easily reschedule or modify any events created for your Tasks, Habits, Smart 1:1s and so on directly via Google Calendar. So if you already have the Google Calendar mobile app installed on your mobile device, you can adjust events that were created by Reclaim directly via that interface as you would any other calendar events.
This doc explains more about how you can think about managing events directly in Google Calendar, and if you'd like to learn more about rescheduling Reclaim-managed events in Google Calendar, read this doc.