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LifeLog Lets You Keep Track Of Your Life, So You Won’t Miss Anything

by Hazel Chua
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Life’s too short to spend it thinking about the stuff you did or didn’t do in the past (or last night), because regretting won’t change anything. What you can do, on the other hand, is learn from your mistakes so you can live a fuller life in the future.

One way to do that is by keeping a diary. But if that sounds tedious, then maybe LifeLog might just be the thing for you.

LifeLogIt’s basically an app that centralizes most apps you use on a daily basis, to keep a log of your life and help you do the things you need to do, when you need to:¬†photos, videos, contacts, calendar, ¬†entries, notes, and Facebook and Twitter integration.

LifeLog

The app promises to help you keep “more complete memories” and provide “stronger memory tools” while you go about your daily life.

It sounds like a pretty interesting concept, not to mention useful. You can head on over to their Kickstarter page to find out more about the app or back the project. A minimum pledge of $5 will get you one-month of exclusive beta access to the iOS app.

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