Thursday 27th July 2017,

Memonic launches in the UK so you can ‘keep the essential’

Young Academic bring exciting news for any of you that struggle (or can’t be bothered) with note taking in those tedious but obviously very important lectures or that get all disorganised when compiling that project…

An Integrated solution for your note taking needs is just a click away.

Remember the last time you planned a trip, saved thirty bookmarks, and then when you tried to share the information with your travel partner it was sloppy, hard to access, and most of the information had expired? Or the time you were compiling a blog and had to copy paste so much you thought your fingers would start to bleed, only to realise later that you lost all your sources?

Everyone has stumbled into this issue: You save information on your computer throughout your research, but once you go back to retrieve it, either the saved links are gone, or the bookmarks have refreshed the previous content and the prior information is lost.

Memonic has the solution!

Memonic has now launched in the UK and it allows you to keep the essential on any webpage, including text, pictures, videos or sound-bites – by just clipping it, and automatically sending it to your own personal online notebook.

Just as an old spiral ring notebook used to do, Memonic keeps all your notes organised in one place, but is much less heavy to carry around- especially since you can now also use it on your iPhone, iPad or Smartphone.

Dorian Selz, Co-Founder and CEO, Memonic, states: “With Memonic you have an integrated solution for your note taking needs at any given moment just a click away.”

Memonic has already been successful in the Swiss, German and Austrian markets. Now the tool is expanding its reach to the UK – and will hopefully soon land in your pocket.

“We have carefully studied the UK market and feel confident that Memonic will resonate strongly here.”

Use it to track information for future reference, to share with your friends, or to make dynamic lists and compilations. Here’s what it’s been found to be useful for, so far:
•    For travellers: compiling places to go and to see. Noting great hotels, shops, or best restaurants at your destination http://www.memonic.com/for/travel
•    For bloggers: keeping a list of blog ideas/ story ideas, so you will never lack a topic to write about http://www.memonic.com/for/bloggers
•    For journalists: keeping press clippings compiled in one place http://www.memonic.com/for/press-clipping
•    For students: clipping towards researching your term papers and thesis http://www.memonic.com/for/students
•    For teachers: creating structured lessons with various references http://www.memonic.com/for/teachers
•    For fun: making a list of music to check out, making a list of apps to check out, keeping a non-urgent shopping list, and much more!

Cool features
•    Allows you to label your information in Sets, for easily searching notes later (full text search included)
•    Has an easy to download iPad/iPhone application, so you always have your notes with you, and can always add to them
•    Accessibility via web or application or phone, which is all synchronised automatically
•    The basic version is FREE, and the premium version is unlimited and affordable (just 29 EU)
•    It stores all your important information forever

Awards
•    Nov 2009 – 2nd Place Swiss Equity Award, Zurich
•    13 April 2010 – 3rd Place Internet World Business Idee 2010, Munich
•    3 June 2010 – Winner Red Herring Top 100 Europe
•    17 June 2010 – Winner W.A. De Vigier Prize
•    24 June 2010 – CTI Startup Label Award (Official Blog: http://blog.memonic.com/archive/2010/06/23/memonic-is-awarded-the-cti-start-up-label.html)
•    6 September 2010 – Swiss ICT Award, Finalist (Official Blog: http://blog.memonic.com/archive/2010/09/06/memonic-is-finalist-of-the-swiss-ict-awards.html)

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Charles Whitworth is the Editor of the Young Academic publications. Graduating from the University of Liverpool with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism in 2008, Charles learnt his trade in newsrooms such as IPC Media and Sky. He has now developed as a top sports, music and current affairs journalist and has been printed in a range of publications including The Guardian. His interests include Cricket, Football, Rugby, Music and Current Affairs. Fresh from the editorship of Student Times he now takes the reins at Young Academic - the premier student news portal. Connect with me on Google+

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