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Rememory app for Google Glass lets you dictate text notes and recall them later

The task of remembering everything that runs through our brains during a day is quite daunting. Sure you can write stuff down or type it out, but even the latter of those is still rather cumbersome. Looking to fix this problem, Mariux Apps has released a new app for Google Glass, dubbed Rememory, that lets you store notes in your Glass memory using nothing but your voice.

The app is incredibly simple and easy to use. Using the voice command “Ok, Glass, remember this…” you can dictate anything and it will be saved as a text note in your Glass memory. When you need to go back and find that reminder, you just have to say “Ok Glass, recall memory…” and then pronounce some keywords that you said during the reminder. The app will then search through your database of notes and find the ones that contain the search terms you provided.

Let’s say you run out of milk and apples. You can just say “remember this, I need to buy milk and apples at the grocery store”. Done! Memory saved.

Then, at the grocery store, you can just say “recall memory, grocery store” or “recall memory, apples”, and Rememory will provide you with the previously saved memories in (literally) one second.

The app is available on the Mariux Apps website now and must be sideloaded onto your Glass to install. Checkout a video of Rememory below:

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