The MeMail App is something I use all the time to turn random thoughts, promises, and ideas into a list that will appear in my email program the next time I sit down at my computer.
As I sent myself an email to do a post on something else I had just recommended to a friend, I quietly laughed at myself because I was using MeMail to get the job done, just as I often do many times a week. But I had never done a post recommending that readers invest $1.99 in this clean-cut, simple, productivity tool.
In the Apple App Store the description says, "Featured in TED Blog: '25+ apps to make your everyday life easier' (2014-09) Capture a thought, to-do, or scrap of information, FAST! MeMail does one thing exceptionally well: send quick emails to a pre-set address. Email yourself reminders or notes? Just launch, type, and send — that's it ..."
It really is that simple. You set it up with your email address when you get it and keep it handy on the front screen of your phone. When you want to remember something, you open it, type (or in my case dictate) what you want to remember, and hit send.
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Words: Penny Cherubino
Screenshots courtesy of Apple App Store