Image file format: Photos taken with this application and photos in Camera Roll
Movie file format: Movies taken with this application and movies in Camera Roll
Audio file format: Voice recordings recorded with this application
■Import : You can store the photos, movies and the voice recordings of the materials you want to memorize and manage those files in folders.
■Check-Marker on the screen : It can help you memorize by painting out red the information to make it invisible so that you can test your knowledge, then erase the red mark to check if it is correct.
■Book mark: It saves you time and effort to find where you were and start right away.
■Sort -file: You can pick up files from each photo/movie/voice recording.
■Sort -level: You can pick up files according to the levels of materials.
■Relate: It enables you to link one file to other files so it helps you study systematically.
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■To Make Photo Files
①Take photos of the materials you want to memorize. If you need images from multiple sources, use Relate function.
②Mask the part you want to memorize using “Check-pen” and make it invisible. This image becomes the file for this application. This image serves as a quiz to check your memory
■Basic Memory Retention tip
①Tap the red part you’ve made in the above process. You can tap to “display” or “no display.” These images automatically goes to level 1.
②Test your memory and swipe the screen upwards so that it goes to Level 2. You can set levels up to level 3.
■Advanced Memory Retention tip
①Use Sort-Level and extract Level 1 file only.
②Test your memory in Level 1. When you are completed, move on to Level 2.
③When you accomplish Level 3, you’re done! Congratulations!
■Memory Retention Using Voice Recording
①Record the material you want to memorize. ( ex. You voice “What year did America declare Independence from Great Britain? ?(pause)---I sighted Thomas’s rights. 1776”)
②Play the recording.