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Saving Memories Forever APP Review: Record and Share Family Memories

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I have been scrapbooking for 13 years now and I love preserving our family memories. I love journaling about our everyday life and what the kids are thinking or about certain events. I will admit I have been slacking when it come to competing pages. I was recently selected to review this new app, Saving Memories Forever. This program is designed for family members to record their answers to questions for different “ages” of their lives.

Saving Memories Forever

Getting started is easy:

First, you download the app and register on the Saving Memories Forever site. They do offer a free version and a paid version.

Once you are up and running, the user picks their age range.

Then a selection of questions come up. This is nice because sometimes it is hard to think of questions that would pertain to a certain age.

Once you select a question the “Record” screen comes up. As you can see, it is very simple to use, there are four buttons: record, pause, stop and cancel. Once you record you have the option to re-do or upload to the Saving Memories Forever site.

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The best part once you have uploaded your answers, you can share them with anyone.

This app would be great to take to family gatherings, family birthday parties or  for that special one on one time with the grandparents.

Get It for Android or iOS

Disclosure:  I participated in a campaign on behalf of Advertise For Bloggers for Saving Memories Forever. A free trial has been provided in exchange for my review. All views and opinions with regard to Saving Memories Forever Review products or the company are my own and were not influenced by the company.


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2 Comment

  1. Rachael
    February 13, 2013 at 7:18 pm

    Way cool! This would be a great to preserve information from older generations. Love that it has an Android App.

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