Looking for an alternative to Evernote for digitally jotting down and storing useful info quickly? Then give Memonic a go, an online and smartphone-freindly piece of clipping software that lets you collate snippets from websites and store them in one centralised location.
It’ll negate the need for a massive bookmark library, and let you share collated videos, notes, web URLS and more to freinds and family online, keeping all data stored in a web-based notebook. A free version is available, though limited to 100 noted items spread across 3 groups, while £18 a year will give you unlimited access to Memonic.
The Memonic team think their app will be particularly useful to those looking to plan a holiday. While 67% of Brits prefer to search online for holidays rather than going to a ravel agents, 48% of them end up printing off loads of information or creating vast and confusing bookmark libraries, according to YouGov.
“With 48% of online holiday researchers printing details rather than collating information on-line in one place no wonder we are seeing so much time being spent on a simple task,” said Dorian Selz, CEO of Memonic.
“In contrast, Memonic is a free web based note-taking software offering web users the ability to capture information onto an online notebook to share with family and friends with no printer in sight and all details are available online on the slopes or at the airport via your mobile devices or Smartphone!”
Grab the app by clicking here.