"This is one of the best apps I've seen in a while. Simple, but effective,“ — wildhundreds, App Store, USA.
Magic Reminder regularly reminds you of saved notes so you remember and can apply them in the right situations.
--- Learn on the go ---
Store concepts you're learning in Magic Reminder in Q&A format. For example, a foreign word and its translation, or a term and its explanation.
You don’t need to make a special time for memorising things you're learning: questions will arrive at random times throughout your day and all you need is to recall the answers and move on.
--- Apply books’ ideas ---
It’s easy to get inspired by a great book but hard to apply the knowledge in real life. The many wonderful ideas of books are quickly forgotten in our busy days.
To remember and apply the knowledge, save snippets from the book as well as your book notes in one folder, and set up reminders to get a randomly chosen note (each time a different one) as often as you’d like to.
You will now occasionally come across a random tip from the book; simply recall the topic and recall it again in a situation you might apply it.
--- Keep motivated for the long term ---
Magic Reminder helps you to get inspired again and again by sending regular reminders that excite you.
Save exciting things about your goal in a folder and set up your desired frequency. Notes might include reasons you aspire to achieve the goal, inspirational quotes, or tips on overcoming obstacles.
--- Focus on the right things in meetings ---
Collect things you want to keep in mind during a meeting in a folder and set up notifications for the hours of the meeting.
Notes will pop up on your iPhone’s screen during the meeting so you’ll recall the tips and take the right actions.
“Your app helps me to be a better person.
In it, I store ideas and snippets that I’ve read about in various books over the years on how to be a better parent, live in a healthy way, better manage my emotions, move my career forward, etc. Some of these ideas I know pretty well but it’s good to bump across them every so often — longer than a month. Otherwise, great ideas are soon forgotten.”