I open it up and all the details I want to save are there already, super quick and super easy!
Vancouver, British Columbia (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
Open up MemorizeIt! when you get to your favourite restaurant and it will automagically fill in the category, that you're out for dinner, the name of the restaurant, who you were with last time, how much it cost each time before and any other details that were memorized in the past. Adjust to suit, tap MemorizeIt! and you've memorized another happening in just a few seconds, perhaps sharing it to Facebook or Twitter at the same time.
MemorizeIt! takes advantage of the technology built into super phones to know where and when the user is so it can compare that data to previously entered memos and come up with the most likely match and present that to the user to double check and memorize in keeping with founder of MemorizeIt!, David K'shin Gendron's goal of enabling people to keep track of their lives without interrupting it.
Users can memorize anything they like about their lives in their own plain language, keeping it private or sharing some of it as they like, using the 4 sections of the app: TrackIt, to keep track of repetitive actions like filling up with gas or how much one weighs; TimeIt, to keep track of repetitive actions like how long a babysitter is there or how long one's workout is; NoteIt, for anything else the user would like to remember later, which is categorized to match the other sections, or can be used for complex or verbose lists; and finally ListIt, which is ideal for repetitive lists like shopping lists since it's super easy to just tap what's been added before, but can be used for any simple list that needs to be marked as done.
Features of the app include:
✔ Aware and Predictive!
✔ Multiple accounts on one device to keep track of your whole family (use a separate account for each of your children).
✔ Memorize/edit memos/notes anywhere, any time, on any device.
✔ Works offline if no internet connection available.
✔ Only shares to Facebook or Twitter if you explicitly tell it to by clicking the f or twitter bird buttons next to the MemorizeIt! button (which only appear if you first connect to Facebook or Twitter in the header).
✔ Dynamically created photo Albums: any time you click on a picture the current search setting creates an album. So if you've done a search for a name/word you'll see every photo from a memo that contains that name/word.
✔ Map of where you were when you entered the Memo -- interactive so you can get directions, see it in satellite, etc.
iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Android phones and tablets, and Amazon Kindle Fire
Requires iOS 4.3 or later or Android 2.1 and up.
Size: 1.5 & 1.3 MB respectively
Pricing and availability:
MemorizeIt! is currently available for free worldwide through the Apple App Store, Google Play, Amazon Appstore, and Facebook in the Productivity categories as well as a Web App, all with no in-app purchases or annoying ads either.
MemorizeIt! Website: https://memorizeit.com
MemorizeIt! Web App: https://memorizeit.com/app
iOS App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/memorizeit!/id616944761
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kshinenterprises.kshinent.memorizeit
Facebook App Center: https://www.facebook.com/appcenter/memorizeitdotcom
YouTube MemorizeIt! Video Tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHRpFwLw6UY
About David K’shin Gendron:
David K’shin Gendron has been on the forefront of Internet development since 1995 with the founding of VALIS International, the first company of its kind: offering a full e-commerce suite in 1997 enabling people around the world to sell goods and services online in US$ in as little as 2 weeks. K’shin has been involved in other start-ups over the years, but none as exciting as MemorizeIt! which has been over 2 years in the making.
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