Android: We all have things we need to remember, from notes for a speech to lines for a play. Revunote transforms your Android phone or tablet into a valuable tool for learning information by repetition.
The free app connects to one of our favourite tools, Evernote, to make use of notes you have saved. When you first launch Revunote for Evernote, you’ll need to authorise access to your Evernote account, and you’re ready to go. Notes tagged with a particular tag (by default, this is “Revunote”) are automatically synced with Revunote.
Tag the notes you want to commit to memory in Evernote, then fire up Revunote. Your tagged notes appear in the Learn section ready for review. As you read your notes, swiping left to right indicates you’re finished with the item. Swipe right to left to save it for future review, and a dialog will appear asking when you’d like to review it again.
While Revunote is great for working with large quantities of notes, it is also a great way to focus your attention on topics you’re having problems with. If you’re likely to forget what you need to do, pop the app’s widget on your screen to serve as a reminder of what you need to do and how many items you need to review.
Revunote for Evernote (free) [Google Play]
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