One of the first major things you'll notice about Mynd is its home screen. Instead of a traditional calender grid of dates with events inked-in, Mynd defaults to an attractive and well-designed home screen. It creatively displays a snap shot of what your day ahead will look like, based on your events and schedule. Alongside this, Mynd also displays useful information pertaining to your events, like the weather, distance to be traveled between events, alerts, and how you're spending your time.
In fact, Mynd will send you push notification alerts for upcoming appointments, tell you when you need to leave -- calculated by drive times (unfortunately not walking times) -- alert you to traffic conditions in your upcoming route, and it integrates with most navigation apps (Google Maps, Apple Maps).
What I love most about the home screen, though, is the display of profile pictures (drawn from your iOS contacts, which you've hopefully got setup and syncing with Facebook or Twitter) of people you're going to meet on a given day. To me, seeing a picture of a friend or colleague in my calender means a great deal more emotionally than simply seeing a name in text. So much so, I found I was mentally preparing for meetings -- even just thinking about those I was due to meet -- a great deal more than normal, triggered by seeing profile pictures.