Repeatedly listening to verses supports your memorizing process. Recording your voice while reviewing a verse strenghtens your knowledge of it.
Listen to a Box of Verses
In order to start listening to verses, select the box you want to listen to. Listening to verses in your box “New” makes you familiar with them. Listening to verses in your box “Known” refreshes your knowledge. Press theplay button to start listening. Using the buttons at the bottom you can pause, stop, or skip a verse.
You can have Remember Me repeat all verses or a single verse or slow it down using the settings button (cog wheel) next to the control buttons.
If you would like to include the reference after the passage or to listen to verses by topic, activate the corresponding setting in “Account”.
Start with the Current Verse
With a flashcard in front of you, you can start playback by pressing theplay button in the top right corner. After returning to the verse list, the current verse is still marked as playing or paused. If you tap on the list’s play button now, the app starts reading out from that position in the list.
Text-to-Speech SettingsSpeech rate
Pause (in seconds)
on: Play the entire list / off: Play the current verse only
Repeat the list (or verse)
Listen while Studying a Verse
During the study games (see Studying), Remember Me reads each word or sentence you reveal. You can turn off speech using the settings menu ( cog wheel) in the game.
Record and Play Back Your Own Recitation
The flashcards in your box “Due” (see Reviewing Passages) sport a microphone button at the bottom. Tap it to record your recitation of the passage. Pressing the button again or flipping the card stops the recording. After revealing the passage, playback starts and makes it easier for you to check if your recitation was correct.
Change the Voice
Remember Me uses your device’s text-to-speech engine. You can find instructions about changing the voice on
- Help for iPhone/iPad
Go to Settings > Accessibility > Spoken Content > Voices: Choose a voice and dialect, download it, and set it as default.
- Help for Android
For Android devices there are multiple text-to-speech engines available, e.g.