Must LEARN something BY HEART? Make the process easy through visual clues, anagrams and more! Increase your memory potential with Memorize it!
For Windows Phone 8 / 8.1 and Windows 10
Last update: 23 Feb 2017 – v. 3.2.2 (fixed issue with Cyrillic characters when importing Quizlet cards in Russian).
New in version 3: you can now import sets of cards directly from QUIZLET !
(Flashcard mode is shown at 1:55 and Quizlet import is shown at 3:30).
Windows 10 Mobile
- A range of useful memory techniques
- Press & hold to view the answer
- Listen to your piece with text-to-speech
- Save your work for later
- Email memos to yourself
- Pin memos to your start screen
- Automatic synchronization of ‘saved items’ between different devices
- Create single memos or sets of cards
- Import cards directly from Quizlet
May 2016 – Windows Dev Center spotlight story
Teacher adds one more Language Leveraging Microsoft’s Virtual Academy
French teacher and Windows developer Cyprien Marie shows with his app Memorize It! that the Universal Windows Platform and its online resources can help simplify and accelerate the process.
November 2015 – Windows Central review
The interface with Memorize it! is rather simple and straightforward. You have a text field you can enter whatever you need to memorize. Once entered, you have a host of options to choose from to help you memorize the information. These options scramble up the passage to help you memorize things.
Options include showing only the first letters, removing all the vowels, removing all the consonants, creating gaps in the words and more. When the scrambled passage appears, you practice aloud and if you need a hint, tap and hold the screen to reveal the full text. You also have an audio playback feature where you can read along as the app reads the text aloud.
November 2015 – Awarded OMG! on the AdDuplexHERO program
October 2015 – Featured on AppDeals
June 2015 – Reviewed by All About Windows Phone
Memorize It! is unusual and effective. The application is conceived simply, yet powerfully, around the Windows Phone clipboard. The various schemes are somewhat ingenious …
Memorize It!’s star feature is the way in which it offers hints. With the partially hidden or scrambled text on-screen, pressing and holding will fill in the blanks. “Oh yes”, you’ll say, “I remember that bit now!” and then releasing your finger press hides the text again, ready to carry on practising and rehearsing …
There’s one other feature worth mentioning – tying into Windows Phone’s pretty good text-to-speech engine, there’s the option to read the text out loud …
Memorize It! arrives fully featured on Windows Phone and comes recommended.
June 2015 – Recommended by Windows Parent