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By Dana Anderson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Clunky productivity app not good for sensitive info.

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FORGET FULL may be a good reminder tool for people who are inundated with information. The app allows users to associate a keyword ("Susie's Mom") with specific information ("Iliana Smith") as a way to create reminders. The app also allows users to attach photos, notes, maps, and websites to the reminders. Users can store information such as the names of their kids' friends' parents, license plate numbers, or the locations of places.

Though the app has a solid video tutorial and user manual, the interface is still a bit clunky. It takes some practice to get used to the navigation and editing tools, and even then, it doesn't quite work as expected. As a tool for storing sensitive information, the app's security isn't convincing. Users can attach encrypted notes to the reminders, which might be used for storing passwords or account numbers. However, it is not recommended that teens store sensitive information on a device that connects to the Internet or could be easily lost or stolen.

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