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Use Your Android Device Like a Diary with “Record My Life”
XDA member pacosal just released an interesting concept of an app. Record My Life will do exactly as its name suggests, it will record several things and moments during your day. The app an save audio, location, and a few other bits and pieces of information. All of this, then gets sent by e-mail to an account of your choice. What is more, the app can be activated in a few different ways like moving your phone will use the accelerometer to activate the app, or even making a call.
The concept is relatively fresh and it could allow the app to evolve into other useful applications like security, record keeping, and more. The app is still in early beta, so if you find bugs, let the dev know about them.
I want to introduce Record my life.
You can record your own life like a diary. It records audios and send them to your own mail. There are several ways to activate it, test them in options menu. You can protect menu options with a password to hide them.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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