27 May

Memonic is a online note storing and sharing service and the app is released by Nektoon Corp.

Memonic is a web based service that allows you to add / edit and share notes via the internet. The application is designed to sync with the cloud when you have a connection available, so allows you to add notes while away from the computer. The service itself is very simple in style to Evernote.

The application allows you to add a note with a title, and basic text and then a picture attachment if you desire.

At present Memonic allows you to have one hundred notes for free with a maximum individual file size of 2 MB, if you want over this amount then you are looking at £18 a year, which is not that bad for unlimited notes and file sizes up to 20 MB each.

The user interface is good, but extremely limited at present.

On the upside:

  • Easy to add new notes.
  • Universal App.

On the downside:

  • No way to edit existing notes within the app.
  • Web site access (especially on the iPad) is way better than the app.

Overall, I feel that the applications is too limited at this time, it is just to nice way to add notes while offline, but considering these devices are normally always online this is not much of a bonus. The Memonic service itself is good and solid, with its friends sharing and groups. I think it has a long way to go to match the Evernote app for true functionally, but for the services they are giving, they are off to a good start. For now I will wait and look forward to the next app update. 

Rating: 64%

Size: 3.5 MB

Price (at time of review): Free

Link: Memonic – Nektoon Corp.


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