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Storing and curating our memorable moments is one of the many joys of having a post-PC device. With a smartphone, you can take quick photos, share them with your friends, and then store them for later. But most of the time, we miss the stuff we uploaded and completely forget that we even have them. Fortunately, Memoshake is an Android app that lets you randomly access your most memorable photos with a shake of your phone.

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To start using Memoshake, you will need to connect the app to your social network accounts like Facebook and Twitter. Once everything is set up, you can simply shake your phone to randomly draw up a photo from your selected albums.  You can then re-share the photos via Facebook and Twittter.  The app also supports Flickr, Instagram, Youtube, Foursquare, and Google+ with more definitely in the pipeline.

Memoshake is a decent addition to your collection of Android apps. This thoughtful use of the shake function allows you to bring up pleasant memories from the past and incite nostalgia, thereby increasing your connection with your Android device.


  • Free Android app.
  • Shake your phone to pull up a random picture.
  • Supports most major social networks and image sharing services.
  • Re-share photos through Twitter and Facebook.
  • Similar Tools: ShakeScreenOff

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  1. Katie Stern
    May 31, 2012 at 10:24 pm

    Thank you for writing a great article about our new MemoShake app. I love that you noticed the ability to share a memory on Facebook or Twitter after rediscovering them on MemoShake.
    Katie Stern
    Community Manager at Memolane

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