Remind: School Communication

Remind: School Communication

By remind101

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2012-05-03
  • Current Version: 9.15
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 114.53 MB
  • Developer: remind101
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 201,648 Ratings


Remind is a communication platform that helps every student succeed. Whether you're in the classroom, at home, or anywhere in between, Remind makes it easy to stay connected to your school community. * Communicate in real time—on any device. * Keep personal contact information private. * Translate messages into more than 85 languages. * Share files, photos, and content from your favorite sites. Join more than 27 million educators, students, and parents using Remind to manage school communication and make time for what's important.



  • Great App!

    By Duplechan
    This is a great way to be notified and kept informed! Has helped tremendously keeping things on track!
  • Remind

    By coachH87
    I don’t care for the limited characters - everything else is great!
  • Súper

    By bbfhhbcf
    Muy buena herramienta
  • The best!!!

    By Ria1123❤️
    This is the best app. Having this app is so much better and easier for us parents and I believe for the teachers as well. I know I don’t always check my personal email on a daily basis and by not doing so I could miss out on a lot that’s happening at my sons school but now having this it’s like a text message and I get it immediately and can respond right at that time 👍🏼 honestly I love it I’m not put on hold I don’t have to call and harass the school anymore lol. I absolutely love it!!!! Thank you for making it!!!
  • Amazing App

    By Mallari Parker
    This app is Amazing I’ve had it for 3 years now. I have 3 children ages 13,12,&10 and My 12 year old has ADHD so I have to keep in touch with his teachers and how he’s acting thanks so much for this app.:) I would rate this higher than a 5 Star if they had a option..
  • Remind awesome review

    By Dragonking2698
    This is a great app however it can be annoying because you also get texts outside of the app.
  • Too many alerts

    By MattcoAZ
  • It’s great

    By Ryan Formo
    Its great maybe could be a little easier to work with
  • Used to be great, but lost their way

    By No, Not Yet
    Update: Remind is starting to have big issues. I have been erroneously blocked from sending messages 4 times and the first three times as soon as I contacted Remind they told me it was their error and fixed the issue right away. But this time they did NOT review the message and told me I used profanity when I didn’t. I have sent thousands upon thousands of messages and I have never once used a curse word or been rude at all. I even re read all my previous messages to check if somehow I had typed a curse word and I am sure I did not. Instead of simply reviewing whatever message triggered their automatic system they sent me a message basically blaming me and refusing to fix the problem. At this point I can not recommend Remind any longer, as it doesn’t work, even for people who follow their rules and guidelines. With my students waiting to hear from me, not being able to send a message is damaging to them and me. Do NOT put yourself in a position where you need to rely on this application, because you can’t rely on it. There are too many bugs and, for whatever reason, their staff are no longer trained to help users I guess. I wish they still had the staff I dealt with months ago. If Remind is reading this, whoever used to answer my emails to you needs to be rehired and you need to get rid of this new person or train them. Because people like me bring in a TON of users for you and if I am respectful enough to follow your guidelines I should be treated with respect. Older Update: something has changed at Remind, and I am hoping it’s temporary. As part of my messages I include pictures of charts. I used to send the charts and people who had not downloaded the app simply received them via text. Then all the sudden instead of the pic, Remind would send people a link to the picture. And now, instead of the picture, people are being brought to a page to download Remind without even getting to see the picture. Is this permanent or is this something that’s being changed back? This is an extremely important aspect of what I do and without being able to share pictures of charts I’m afraid I will have to move to a different Original, no longer accurate: I use the Remind app to teach people how to trade on the stock market. I issue alerts, answer questions, etc etc. From my perspective as the sender of messages, it’s a perfect tool. I get messages out to people and they are able to respond directly to that message but have the message only go to me. I know many of my students “subscribers” really like that they don’t have to download an app to receive the messages. That’s KEY here. Other people who do the same thing as me use Discord and have complaints about them that I never hear or experience with Remind. There’s no extraneous chatter, that adds to noise, it’s all relevant. And there’s no need to DL an app, you don’t need space on your phone or anything. Lastly, I like how even people from other countries can use it through the website, an email address, or by downloading the app itself. The only issue I hear about is that the people who did DL remind who are in my class say receiving messages is not as smooth with the app. The app can freeze occasionally and messages come in later through the app then through text. That’s harder with my class then others because my messages are time sensitive as trading tools. But that’s an easy fix for us, and why I’ve really stuck with Remind over all other messaging apps. This part is especially no longer true: Oh, and they are QUICK with their customer service. I mean QUICK. They resolved an issue for me within an hour of getting my email. Very very very impressive, as that is my biggest complaint for other apps I use.
  • Teacher / Supervisor

    By Mrs.Drummond
    I like that at any time parents can reach their child’s teacher with any questions or concerns they have