mymind is a new way of saving things to your mind without wasting time organizing and categorizing. It does it all for you.
With one click you can save text highlights, images, articles, products or other bookmarks to your mind — It works like your real mind, sans the forgetfulness.
We heard your feedback. This update fixes some bugs with our onboarding and editor experience. Including some additional performance updates.
Ratings and Reviews
TERRIBLE! Won’t let me set up!
UPDATE: Developer reached out and fixed the issue I was having. I’m still testing out the app.
I signed in with a google account and typed my first note. I clicked save and it took me back to type another note. It kept doing the same thing over and over. I tried to swipe the type note window but it wouldn’t let me! This app is useless!
Developer Response ,
We're sorry about this. This should be fixed now, we had an issue where the notes field was overlapping the onboarding experience (it shouldn't be there for the onboarding). We will fix this in our next update, but you should already now be able to continue using the app by scrolling on that view to use the button. Could you let me know if it works and update your review?
Organization in a disconnected world
This is truly transformational in organizing all parts of my daily and long term ideas, inspirations, and utility focused resources. The organization of multiple content types alone would make this invaluable, but the ability to search beyond just tags and folders through AI removes my burden in saving things properly and assures that I never am stuck in a position where I’m unable to find what I’m looking for. This is better than my actual mind, it’s my brain supercharged and much more organized. I can’t wait to see how much better it gets as I continue to fill it with resources.
Great concept but work still needed
This app is a great concept. I love the idea of being able to save all my clippings and ideas in one place without the need to sort or tag them, but then still be able to find them later.
The issue for me is that, because I do so much work on my iPhone, I need a solid iPhone app. That’s where mymind falls (very) short and it’s what is keeping me from subscribing. Right now, the app feels like the web browser. There’s no dark mode (as basic must-have for paid apps) and some things just don’t save. For example, trying to save an Instagram post results in an error message.
In addition, the AI is not as good as Apple Notes. I did a couple of side-by-side comparisons and I had more success finding things in Apple Notes than MyMind.
This service has HUGE potential and I think if the iPhone app was more solid, it would be worth the cost. But so much of what many of us do these days occurs on mobile devices so a good iPhone app is a must.
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- mymind, Inc.
- 14.4 MB
- Requires iOS 13.4 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.4 or later.
- Age Rating
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