Memonic offers users another way to take notes and store them online. The user can take a quick note or clip content directly from a website they are browsing. The user can take the snippet or note with them everywhere they go. Sharing features are included so the user can make the note or snippet publically available or send the information to a group of people. Notes can also be printed. Memonic is available for web browsers, iPhones, iPads, Android deices, Windows and Mac OS X. When adding an item, the user is given a number of options that include clipping content, reading the item later, bookmarking the item or adding a note. The application also provides users with a number of eye-catching backgrounds to choose from that allow the user to personalize the look of their Memonic page. Sharing features are designed for email, Facebook, Twitter or link sharing. Memonic is compatible with Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Safari for iPad and Opera browsers.
Memonic was founded in January of 2009. The application was intended to provide users with a personalized online notebook to store notes and web content that the find while browsing. The company is based in Zurich and consists of less than 10 individuals, including CEO Dorian Selz.
Memonic provides a service that is similar to other note taking and storing applications. What makes Memonic so appealing is the broad range of devices and browsers it is compatible with. Just about every popular browser works with Memonic and the application is available for Android, iPhone and iPad devices.
Memonic has a very appealing style that manages to bring together colorful personality and neat organization. The user can navigate through tabs that allow them to access their dashboard, collection, groups, contacts and tools. The user can choose from many beautiful backgrounds as well that range from light pastel colors to textured quark board and floral prints.
A new user can create a Memonic account by clicking the dark blue and white “Start Using” button found along the left hand side of the homepage. The following page asks the user to choose between the free or paid membership. After clicking the button that corresponds with their desired plan, the user is asked to provide an email address and password. The right side of the form includes two buttons for users who prefer to sign up with an existing Facebook or Twitter login. The bottom of the form advises the user that by submitting their information they are agreeing to the Memonic general terms and conditions.
Memonic offers users two membership options. The first is a free plan which allows storage of up to 100 notes, three groups, 2 MB maximum file attachment size, synchronization, full SSL encryption, the ability to create email notes, Windows and Mac OS X access as well as access to the iPhone, iPad and Android app versions. The paid membership costs just under $30 per year and upgrades to allow unlimited notes, unlimited groups, up to 20 MB maximum file attachment size and access to gathering mode.
Memonic.com is a helpful tool for anyone who needs to find a better way to take notes and save web content. Users can choose between free and paid memberships, making Memonic ideal for just about anyone.