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Deepmemo - keep your notes

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Price: Free

Rating: 2.67/5 (3 votes)


User-friendly deepmemo application is simple in use and designed for convenient information storage in your Gmail mailbox. Deepmemo allows to store any text, photo, video and audio files which either you have created or which attracted your attention in the Internet. All of this is stored in your Gmail mailbox .Thus via Deepmemo you will be able to easily create your own notes as well as audio-notes, video recordings or to take snapshots. As you may wish, you can share all your notes and recordings with your friends on the Facebook and Twitter. One can discuss created Deepmemo notes with friends in the "What I Say" application.Everything created in Deepmemo will be automatically stored within your own area on Gmail in a separate folder of the same name. This will allow to quickly and easily find the wanted file when it needed via your mailbox search engine. All you have to do is just input a name or a key-word that is part of the context of your note.Deepmemo is a favorite students' application as it facilitates note-taking during lectures and then sharing it as a voice message.Business people who are tired of massive daily diaries will highly appreciate Deepmemo. Compiling a to-do list and tasklists in Deepmemo – is as simple as it can only get! And while shopping it will be an excellent cheat-sheet to make sure you buy from the whole of the shopping list of the designated groceries.Women will find it a pleasure of their own to write down via Deepmemo the recipes of culinary masterpieces, as well as store information about the products, sales and discount events and super-offers to save on purchases.Ultimately, forget about wisps of paper most of us are used to note down phone numbers, contacts, or insightful out-of-the-blue thoughts that cross…

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