Schemer, Google Service That Lets Users Make Real-life Activity Lists

Launched in December 2011, Schemer is a service by Google that allows users to create lists of things they want to do in real life and collaborate with “accomplices” that share the same goals. The service is deeply rooted with Google+ and is currently in invite-only beta (but it’s worth searching out an invitation). Several brands have pages of recommended activities too, like Wired GeekDad, Thrillist and more.

The beginning of everything worth doing.

Whether it’s exploring a new city, checking out a friend’s movie recommendations, or just finding new activities for your weekends, Schemer lets you discover new things to do, share schemes with friends, and make the most of your day.

We started out as a scrappy team of Google engineers who wanted to help people do fun stuff in the real world. So we went ahead and built Schemer! We hope you like it.

Schemer is currently in beta but find us at http://www.schemer.com to learn more.

I have had an opportunity to play around with Schemer and it’s been a lot of fun so far:

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