Memento Database: Written and Video Android App Review
What’s better than a free app? A free app that actually delivers a service you want and need. That’s what I found this week while reviewing the Memento Database Android app from LuckyDroid. This sweet app makes creating, keeping and sharing records a snap.
This app is so feature-rich, it would almost be easier to talk about what it doesn’t do. To give you a general idea, the Memento Database app is designed to help you keep track of things, from book collections to financial statements. The app comes with plenty of pre-configured categories, or you can take matters into your own hands and create custom libraries and groups to your heart’s content. There are 19 different types of field to choose from. That’s right, not just 19 fields, 19 types of fields. This app is hardcore.
Sharing comes to a whole other level with this app. You can back up and restore data, import and export CSV files, sync with an existing Google Docs account, and even use the barcode scanner and Google Maps to supplement data. Memento Database lets you set up reminders right from the app. And you can share info a ton of different ways, like text and email.
The only feature I found myself missing was a step-by-step tutorial for specific types of data recording, although there is a help section. However, the app’s sweet design makes getting to know Memento Database pretty easy. Read on to find out more.
Layout & Design:
Since the name of the game in the Memento Database Android app is customization, you might be surprised that the app comes with only two looks. But, since the data is the star of this app, I don’t mind the lack of variety. Especially when the existing look is so super easy to understand and navigate.
Looks aside, this app uses some pretty cool gestures, such as the long hold, to unlock additional options and features. After playing with the app for a day or two, I was still finding cool, new features. The developers created a thoughtful app with sleek design sense that users are going to be able to use no matter what their skill level.
I reviewed the free version of Memento Database and I was quite impressed with the app’s broad range of customizable features and neat design. There is a paid version of this app that will mostly appeal to business folks using it. The pro version of Memento Database removes all advertisements, and unlocks the option to password protect unlimited files, and sync with as many Google Doc accounts as you’d like. It also comes with priority tech support. Not bad for ten bucks.
Android Apps Review Details: Memento Database Android app is free. This app is compatible Android 2.2 and up. You may download Memento Database from the Android Market. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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