Thought Saver Mobile is out now!

Thought Saver Mobile is out now!

We are excited to announce the release of our new mobile app, a tool built for life long learners like you to retain the most important ideas you learn and want to embody. Allowing effortless syncing between devices on iOS and Android, offline access, notifications and more!

Just like the classic saying,

"you don't know what you don't know."

It's easy to forget what you've forgotten. You are most likely to forget information soon after you learn it. However, memory has a use-it or lose-it quality. Memories that are used frequently are less likely to be forgotten, the core premise behind spaced repetition. You can choose to remember things that are important to you by noting it down and putting it into your spaced repetition tool, like Thought Saver.

With our mobile app you can add things effortlessly on the go and never forget what matters most to you.  The mobile app is particularly exciting as it will make the learning process even more convenient and accessible with offline access and automatic syncing across devices.

You can use Thought Saver to capture a range of things, from health tips, ideas from books you've read or even inspirational life principles you want to embody.

Spaced Repetition

Spaced repetition is a learning technique that involves reviewing information at intervals that are specifically timed to maximize retention. By reviewing information at the point when it is about to be forgotten, the brain is better able to retain the information for the long-term. The intervals between reviews are gradually increased as the information becomes more familiar, leading to less frequent review sessions over time. Spaced repetition can be used in conjunction with other techniques such as mnemonics, and elaborative encoding to further enhance memory retention.

Try Thought Saver Mobile

Be among the first to try it by clicking the link below to download it for free on the App Store or Google Play.

As we are beta testing the app, we would love your feedback. Let us know what you think by emailing me back at