Gradefix is an online tool that aims to help students with getting better grades by auto-generating an appropriate study schedule based on a student's availability. A student simply enters all of their homework, readings, quizzes or exams and Gradefix does the rest. Gradefix uses a set of patented algorithms to look at how much time the student has available and then Gradefix calculates the optimal schedule for completing the tasks. Gradefix color-codes each class automatically as well as categorizes each task by task type with the letters "R" is for reading, "H" is for homework, "Q" is for quiz study, and "E" is for exam study. For more details on how to use Gradefix check out this instructional video.
In testing Gradefix, I found the application simple to use with a clean user interface as shown below. Gradefix makes it easy to print out a set study schedule as well as enables users to set up email reminders. Recently Gradefix also offered the ability to receive tasks list in RSS format. Currently Gradefix does not appear to offer a mobile component. It might be nice to start by offering the ability to send SMS text message task reminders.
Gradefix is free for up to 10 tasks and $5 per month for unlimited tasks. For more information on the product check out the Gradefix soapbox.
Bottom-line: Gradefix gives students a hand with task management by creating a study schedule for them based on their availability.