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Memonic

Save Web Clippings for Later Reading and Sharing

$28
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Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7 and Mac OS X Lion, iOS (phone and tablet), Android and as a mobile web version on any smartphone
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Memonic is an innovative web clipper program that lets you save and organize web content for later reading and sharing. With Memonic, you'll be able to add notes to your clippings, forward emails and attachments into your Memonic collection, conduct extensive research, and organize all of it in a way that's neat and sensible. Best of all, you can share all of your clipped content with anyone using a simple URL.

Think of all of the revolutionary ways that have emerged to sort data, and Memonic has all of them! Folders, tags, and groups help you label important content for later retrieval. Keyboard shortcuts empower you to swim through your information at an astounding rate. And if you ever need to print out items, Memonic lets you produce super compact printouts to save trees. It all comes wrapped in an eye-pleasing interface that's fully customizable should it fail to please your eyes.

Of course, no application is complete unless it has multiplatform support, and Memonic has it. Your notes sync across all of your devices that have Memonic installed, so content that you've clipped on your desktop is immediately available to you on your laptop, mobile device, and everywhere else!

After you purchase Memonic, it may be used for 12 months.

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Roberto what are the advantadges over google docs?
Sep 17 2011 at 1:57am Copy Link
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Dorian Selz Google docs is for writing, etc. Memonic is your personal online notebook available on a number of platforms.
memonic - Sep 17 2011 at 12:49pm Copy Link
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Dmitry S Hello

One question.
What will be with the the collected notes after the premium period is over (if the quantity will be over than 100) ? They will be deleted?

Thanks in advance
Sep 18 2011 at 6:56am Copy Link
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K X How does the licensing work for the Windows desktop version? I've installed it and synced it with some sample notes I've created, but does the desktop version keep working with all synched notes intact if the yearly cloud subscription is not renewed? I'm most interested in how effectively I can use the clippings offline, when not connected to the internet or if the website is down (as in the "No Warranty for Platform and Availability" part of the Terms & Conditions.) I understand that any website can have outages.

If anyone hasn't tried this program/service yet, you should test it out. I've got a number of web clippings programs already, but the one thing that I immediately noticed which Memonic does better than most is the way it allows multiple selections of the content you want on a single page, by drawing boxes around the info. See the demo video. Usually you can just select one part of the page or the whole page and this offers something in between: a lot of flexibility in how you do your clipping.
Sep 18 2011 at 11:43am Copy Link
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Dorian Selz @Dimitry S: You always be able to access your notes. However, you will not be able to create new notes.

@KX: See above re license. Plus you will not be able to sync new notes once the subscription runs out and your above the 100 item limit. The desktop version syncs the license information when you go online.
memonic - Sep 18 2011 at 1:06pm Copy Link
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Dmitry S Dear Dorian
Thanks for clear explanation.

Kind Regards,
Dmitry
Sep 18 2011 at 2:13pm Copy Link
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Preston Mitchell Advice for Dimitry

Go to http://www.scrible.com

You will find that Scrible is pretty much like Memonic but Scrible is free!
Sep 19 2011 at 12:19am Copy Link
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Merle One Hi, what's the purpose of the video here ?
Sep 19 2011 at 12:40am Copy Link
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Dorian Selz Advice to @Preston: Compare again. Annotation, etc. sure is similar, but your own personal archive on any device is not available with scribble.

@Merle: True, this one is better http://www.youtube.com/wa...zvhu42dWAc
memonic - Sep 19 2011 at 2:26am Copy Link
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Dmitry S Dear Preston,
thank you very much for the link.

It would be great the Scrible or Memonic has a client for Windows Mobile Platform (now i am using a mobile device based on the Windows Mobile OS, and i still have to use an Internet Browser in the both cases to publish my notes. )

Kind Regards,
Dmitry
Sep 19 2011 at 4:37am Copy Link
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Steve Wright I actually wrote an article for Memonic a few weeks ago which they gladly posted onto their blog showing how I use it both professionally and personally and sometimes together.

Here's the link:

http://blog.memonic.com/e...or-status/

For me, it really is essential and there's no competition.

The Gathering Mode is very useful and the fact that you can clip bits and pieces of the content rather than the whole thing is amazing.

If I wasn't already Premium, I'd be snapping Dorian's hand off with this. It really is that good.
Sep 19 2011 at 5:36am Copy Link
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Alain Lesage This seems to serve the same purposes as Evernote or Diigo. There is even a way to link Evernote to Memonic.

Is there a full comparison somewhere? Or, at least, can somebody point out the advantages fo Memonic over these two, that I use and that are free?
Sep 19 2011 at 6:30am Copy Link
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Eduardo Amado Same doubt as Alain. I see this app the same as Evernote. Please offer some kind of advantages comparision.
Sep 19 2011 at 7:27am Copy Link
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PC USER Dear Dorian

Can one capture portions of or the entire webpage using the Android version of Memonic on an Android tablet/phone?

That is, just the Android version have a web clipper?
Sep 19 2011 at 9:16am Copy Link
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Dorian Selz @Alain: See here http://en.wikipedia.org/w...g_software

@PC User: On the mobile itself not, on the tablet (non-mobile websites) yes
memonic - Sep 19 2011 at 9:23am Copy Link
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PC USER Sorry, I meant 'does' the Android version have a web clipper?
Sep 19 2011 at 9:25am Copy Link
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Alain Lesage Thanks, Dorian.
Sep 19 2011 at 10:58am Copy Link
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Software Guy Seems like a nice application but the year by year licensing does not work for me. For an antivirus program that needs constant updating it is OK, I can see the need for updates with cost. But not for this application.
Sep 19 2011 at 12:17pm Copy Link
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Dorian Selz @Software Guy, okay, then use the fee version. There's no obligation to upgrade, but we think the additional features are worth the price http://www.memonic.com/bitsdujour
memonic - Sep 19 2011 at 2:10pm Copy Link
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Charles Beauchamp Is there a Business & Enterprise version?
Jan 15 2016 at 3:24am Copy Link
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Dorian Selz @Charles Beauchamp: We focus today on our sister product @Squirro (http://squirro.com) which is a business / enterprise solution.
memonic - Jan 15 2016 at 9:00am Copy Link
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