Five Steps to Remember

Add a new verse. 

Remember Me offers various options to save a memory text to your iPhone or iPad. You can 
● enter it on your pc's Internet browser and sync (see Web Synchronization)
● enter it on your iOS device (see Editor)
● retrieve a verse from a variety of Bible versions (see Editor)

Commit a verse to memory. 

Listen to it (see Audio). Play with it. Memorize it word by word and line by line (see Practice). 
Remember Me provides the tools in the verse's menu (select the verse in the 'Verse' list).

Use topics. 

Not everybody is good with numbers - and you don't need to be to to memorize with system. Add a topic to your verse (see Editor) and it will help you pick out the right verse from your memory. 

Review memorized verses. 

Once you have committed a verse, it shows up for review (see Lists). You can review memorized verses using flashcards (see Flashcards). Say the verse aloud and check if you got it right. 
Remember Me makes sure you review newly memorized verses often, but don't forget well known verses either (see Review Frequency). 

Redeem the time. 

Make the most of every opportunity. Remember Me works because you can take the one minute during which you are walking to your car or ten minutes while you are eating Muesli in the morning to memorize. Keep it with you and use it during those natural pause moments of life.