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The Unscrollable Matrix Agenda for the eBook Reader 2014, The aPlus14 Edition features monthly calendars (2013-2015) matrices linked to daily 24 hour appointment matrices (October 01, 2013 - December 31, 2014).The aPlus14 Edition, developed forMoreThe Unscrollable Matrix Agenda for the eBook Reader 2014, The aPlus14 Edition features monthly calendars (2013-2015) matrices linked to daily 24 hour appointment matrices (October 01, 2013 - December 31, 2014).The aPlus14 Edition, developed for the Kindle Fire 2 HD, is a different daily planner. It is unscrollable, which means, all the power and efficiency is in a single unword- for instance, there is no need to scroll down to find the time of an event- all 24 hr. events are accessible on a single screen. Just touch or click a flagged scheduled event at 7:00 AM, or an event scheduled at 9:15 PM, without scrolling. The Unscrollable Matrix aPlus14 system for scheduling, especially on the smaller screen, is a new idea in planning and organizational hierarchy. Also, there is no need to fill in forms, which means, it is a faster event setup.But how does aPlus14 systematically work? It is simpler than you might think. While a totally new concept hierarchal organization, and in adding and retrieving notes, The aPlus14 is based on the Kindle operating system that can be synchronized with up to five Kindle registered devices- it is the annotation Kindle system function that The aPlus14 utilizes to make appointments. But whether you are an experienced Kindle Reader user, or someone in between, with the use of free Kindle for PC, MAC, or Android Apps, The aPlus14 could easily be your choice for an inexpensive daily planner, on one, or any combination of devices, on your desktop, laptop, or high end tablets and smart phones, and all with cross platform compatibility. Moreover, with the Amazon Kindle cloud synchronization option, one could keep your desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone, in aPlus14 harmony.The aPlus14 has been successfully tested on the 4.3, 7, 14, 20, and 24 inch screens, and only minor adjustments for alignment are required. In addition, it tested well on the Android OSs for: the Kindle Fire (2nd gen) 7 HD, Nexus 7, and the HTC EVO V 4G Android (4.0) phone. As for the Windows OS, to test the Kindle Windows App, a Dell T3500 desktop, and a Lenovo Ideapad U460 laptop were used. From these combined results, one could extrapolate and say, the aPlus14 is suitable for use with a similar tablet as compared to the Kindle Fire 2, 7 HD, and with those devices that use the free Amazon Kindle Apps, for the Windows OS, as well as, the Apple and Android OSs, within similar screen sizes noted above.For pre-sales questions, there is contact information at www.antshole.com.