Are you the type that finds pictures helpful when it comes to remembering things? Do you find yourself snapping photos of items or people in order to remember something about it later on? If so, then the Klaser app is for you. This app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone and acts as a visual memory bank. The app is being offered for free for a very limited time and then will be priced at $2.99 so you'll want to act fast on this one.
For many of us, it is much easier to remember something if you have a photo to jog your memory. Maybe it's a tree you have been looking at, a collector's item, a dress you want to match shoes with, it doesn't matter. The app makes it possible to store these pictures, manage them, and then search them. The developer has all kinds of ideas about how you can use the app such as remembering how a garden looks in full bloom, snap a photo of a recipe, keep pictures of your valuables, take a photo of a rental car's mileage, it just goes on and on.
The app has just been released and requires iOS 7.1 or later to use it. There is no customer rating as of yet but it does have customer comments. So far, it seems like users are pleased with the features, tools, and ease of use with this app.
Use as a visual memory bank
The User Experience
This app is really about organizing your life, events, and items. I really like the one line the developer uses which is "release your mind from remembering the details", this a wonderful and accurate way to describe the app. You don’t ever have to be responsible for remembering items plus you’ve always got the information handy since it is stored in your mobile device. If you’re a visual type of person this is just a great way to store information.
Additional features include being able to manage your items by setting up folders, create cross-folders of meanings, when you take a photo you can timestamp it, and the fact that user interface is sleek and professional looking. You can manager your information by maps, tags, descriptions, time stamps, collections, and more. I can see that once you start using this app it would begin to spiral into more and more folders because it is such a simple and convenient tool.