Remembering everyone you meet is hard. We believe remembering where you met people is the best way to remember everyone.
Context is everything: even if all you have is a first name, Remember helps you remembering everyone you meet from bartender, waitresses, the guy at the front desk, new friends, everyone.
Geofencing alerts, nearby places and information lookup can help you put a face on an encounter with a new friend, or learn more information about a person you just met.
All the nearby places where you met people allow you to quickly access information about who you met.
Everything is about following up. You can set up reminders for a person by swiping right. Remember will also remind you who you met before you walk in next time.
EMAIL & PHONE LOOKUP:
When you save a contact with an email or a phone number, we look around if we find more information about this person. If we do, we are showing you their social profiles, organizations and websites.
**Notes: Remember requires Facebook login.
- Updated for iOS 12.
- Optimized for the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR
Ratings and Reviews
Great way to recall someone I met
I like this app very much. I’ve tried many others but Remember is so easy to group people or places etc and I love the map too. It’s so easy to add someone to a place to someone who I all ready have in the app. I asked if the date could be made to change so I can add past people and the original date and Stephane quickly replied and is working on it. You have to give Remember a try.
Handy App for Names of Plants Too
Like this for remembering new plants, with photos. Sorry to say it is easy to ignore the plants around us. So, to keep in touch, have resolved to “meet” (photograph and identify) at least one new plant a week. This app helps track progress, refresh recollection, etc. Thankfully, once focused on plants in a positive way (also try to identify and meet one person a week), it becomes obvious that lots of property owners here in Orange County, CA work hard on plantings, and OC folks in places like Aliso Viejo, Laguna Woods, Laguna Hills live in a virtual Garden of Eden.
I have held off writing a review for the last 50 days, but in that period of time I have been unable to use the app because it will not connect with Facebook to sign up.
There doesn’t appear to be an email or website support channel and contacting the developer on Twitter has yielded no results other than making him aware of the issue.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.