Memorize By Heart

Memorize any text through repeated exposure

#5 Product of the DayOctober 06, 2018

MEMORIZE ANYTHING

Memorize any text through repeated exposure and selective removal of letters and words.

RECITE BACK

Practice your knowledge by reciting back to the app your memorization. You will receive instant feedback on the words you got wrong. It is about 96% accurate

USE IN MANY SCENARIOS

Great for anything you need to remember!

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Ryan Walker
 
  • Ryan Walker
    Ryan WalkerFED for Overstock.com
    Pros: 

    Awesome features like speech to text evaluation that isn't on other apps yet.

    Cons: 

    Some similar features to other apps. Nothing negative.

    Dope app. Overall happy.

    Ryan Walker has used this product for one week.

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Jason Caston
Jason Caston@jasoncaston · Founder of @Composioco
I definitely need help memorizing my pitches for competitions so I'll give this app a try
Craig Walker
Craig WalkerMaker@craigwalker1123 · Front End Developer @ overstock.com
@jasoncaston please let us know how it goes and if we can improve on anything!
Herman
Herman@hermanhasawish · Rangle.io Dev 𐄁 UI1.io Maker 𐄁 Toronto
What a cool concept 🤓
Nick Walter@nickchuckwalter · Teaching code the fun way.
Nice! What prompted making this app?
Cameron Walker
Cameron WalkerMaker@cameron_walker
@nickchuckwalter Thanks for asking! I wanted to memorize a long text. After struggling a bit, I went looking for an app to help. The apps that existed didn't have all the features I wanted (no sliders for removing letters/words). After talking with my brother we decided that we could do it better than what was on the market. We're excited to finally see the fruits of our planning and work
Craig Walker
Craig WalkerMaker@craigwalker1123 · Front End Developer @ overstock.com
@nickchuckwalter I’ve memorized hundreds of things in my life. For my church seminary program growing up, we had to memorize 100 popular scripture verses. I remember it taking days; reading a line at a time, reciting it, and then repeat for the next lines. If I had this app many years ago, I would’ve saved so much time. Now when I’m speaking in public, I like to memorize exact phrases (especially if they’re really good points) and look audiences in the eye. I figured that I don’t like listening to someone who’s just reading a piece of paper. I’ll use the techniques that the app promotes to memorize the longer phrases.
Nick Walter@nickchuckwalter · Teaching code the fun way.
@craigwalker1123 haha sounds like we got a Mormon on our hands!! Now Latter-Day Saint ;) That's awesome. Also saw you guys got on lifehacker
JPWRana
JPWRana@jpwrana · A JW with automation love
Can it do spanish? I need to do a lot more memorizing in spanish than in english.
Craig Walker
Craig WalkerMaker@craigwalker1123 · Front End Developer @ overstock.com
@jpwrana We just updated the app. You can use around 142 languages for copying/pasting and reciting the memorization