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Memento is a modern take on everyday reminders. The interface is optimized to be fluid and simple, allowing you to easily keep track of what's important. You can create lists to help organize your reminders, and add time or location alerts to make sure you don't forget them. Memento can help you keep track of everything from your grocery list to your chores at home.<br><br>Other Features:<br><br>- Powerful notifications help you triage on the go<br>- Force Touch shortcuts let you create a new reminder in a few taps<br>- iMessage app lets you send reminders to friends<br>- Today Widget lets you see what's important to you at a glance<br>- Siri support allows you to manage your reminders by talking to your favourite virtual assistant<br>- Dark mode for use at night<br>- Keyboard shortcuts to help you boost productivity<br>- Automatically sync reminders via iCloud to all your devices and Apple's Reminders app<br>- Privacy focused (no data is collected by the app)<br>- Energy efficient (quick to launch, and won't drain your battery)
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With the overhaul to Reminders in iOS 13 I went back to using Reminders, which meant I also checked out Memento again. I love all the little features in this app, plus it’s gorgeous. The overall layout is stunning, and I’m one of those people who likes my apps to look appealing. I also like the ways in which you can customize options for Alerts and Notifications, and that these settings quickly sync across devices. My one concern is getting reminders with a due date, but no specified time, to show up in the For You tab. I have a lot of reminders for household and teaching tasks that are due on a day, but don’t need a time. I hope the next version addresses this issue. I know that Good Task and Fantastical have worked around the issue by simply having those reminders show up as having a 12AM time, but I fortunately don’t get an alert at 12AM!! Thank you for some beautiful and powerful software. It’s like getting the power and style of Things but built onto the built Reminders framework!
Loving how beautifully designed this app is and how it makes me excited to look at my reminders! Would love to see the ability to add/substract days/hours/mins more seamlessly than creating presets. I've used Due for ages and while I like the look and feel of Memento more, I miss being able to add days/hrs/mins to my reminders quickly. When I set a present to +1 hour, the app adds one full hour but does not allow adding more than that by clicking the preset. To make a time edit that does not have a preset, you have to open the time/date wheel, which is cumbersome. Also, would like to see gestures implemented (e.g. create a new reminder by pulling down on the screen vs. having to reach up to the + button). I'd love to be able to fully switch over to Memento but these are the small (very convenient) things I like about an app like Due. Appreciate you, keep up the great work!
I was never a fan of reminders in the past. The app looked bad it was cumbersome to navigate and just didn’t like it. Then I saw this app and I wanted to try it out. It’s so clean and looks good. I can appreciate the dark mode and the alternative icon color!! The list mode is great and overall the app works very well. I use it as simple reminders to do things and as sort of pick up list using the location based alert. For instance if I need to pick up aspirin the app will remind me when I am near a pharmacy. It’s so easy to set up too I love it. The only thing that this app needs is an Apple Watch and Mac version, but otherwise it has earned a spot on my phone.
This is by far the most polished, well done, beautiful UI IOS reminders app. It’s almost effortless with one big problem (only applies to ONE scenario) I am not sure if it’s a bug or software limitation but shared reminders do not work. I have a work list reminders shared with my boss and I get every single reminder on my days off even though my boss completes them on the Native reminders app. I’ve grown tired of receiving reminders on my days off when I really shouldn’t because I guess the App doesn’t deal with shared reminders. Case in point, if you share any list with a boss or a significant other like a shop list, them completing the task will not remove it from your reminders. You will still be reminded and have to mark it completed yet again. This is a five star app and I will update once this has been fixed
This is one of the best task managers out there because (1) many of the key features of task management are in this app, (2) the user interface is very simple to use, (3) it has been consistently updated for over a year, and (4) this app is available across iOS, macOS (beta), and watchOS so you don’t have to keep unlocking your iPhone to see what’s next on your itinerary. There are two things that I would like to see added to this app. First, it would be nice to have a complication on the watch face so that I could quickly open the app. Second, it would be nice if a timeboxing option was added (essentially a “start task” alarm to accompany the “end task” alarm). If the second feature was implemented, then I would become an evangelist for this app as there is currently no app that does this and has the great qualities that Memento has as enumerated above (shout out to Vitamin-R, Sloth, and BlockyTime for trying).
Developed by Mark DiFranco.
Memento: Modern Reminders is ranking in Productivity & Utilities
Last update was at Nov 18, 2019and the current version is 3.2.1.
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