For many of us, our lives are captured more in photographs and memories than anything else. But if a life is worth living, it’s worth a little extra effort to record some of the day-to-day events, rather than special events.
That’s what Memories does.
Capture The Day The Mac Way
I envision a day when we can record both video and audio of every moment of every day. That would be the mother-of-all-diaries, right? Or, worse. It’s what Big Brother does to keep tabs on our whereabouts.
In the meantime, we use our phones to record photos and videos and stuff the special activities into iPhoto for safe keeping.
Imagine what iPhoto will look like in 10 years. Instead of adding special events in photo or video form, there’s a better way.
Memories is the Mac app which records daily memories, including videos, photos, audio clips of anything– mundane or special– and does it digital diary style.
The app’s interface requires no learning curve. Click the Plus button to add an entry. Drop in photos, video clips, or anything else to help bring memories to the moment.
Pretty much any kind of media which is happy on the Mac is happily stored in Memories.
Now, memories being what they are, sometimes private and intimate, need to be secured.
Memories does that by giving you a password option for entries using military-grade AES-256 encryption.
Without that password, your life stays on your Mac. As you type, Memories stores everything automatically. Pages can be printed and shared. Or, simply saved where only you can retrieve those innermost thoughts.
Memories also works in fullscreen mode so you won’t be distracted by your Mac with Mail or alerts. The app works effortlessly and makes quick work of storing your most immediate and intimate thoughts.
Our digital lives are changing. We love our Macs, of course, but it’s the iPhone that goes everywhere we go, and the iPad which owns the lap in the living room each evening.
All that’s missing with Memories is an iPhone and iPad app and a way to sync up entries online.