"What company did that guy say he worked at?"
"What movie did I tell her I'd buy tickets to?"
"What was that brilliant pun I came up with last night?"
We can search our texts and emails to remind ourselves of previous conversations, but the things we say are lost forever. Not anymore! Monologgr keeps track of everything you say and makes it easily searchable. This small android app uses any standard wired or wireless headset to constantly monitor audio. It uses the power of IBM Watson to efficiently transcribe your speech and analyze tone, then lets you search your history by keywords and moods.
Let's say we want to search for times I talked about the Techcrunch Disrupt hackathon: I search for "tech crunch disrupt" and I see relevant snippets of my conversation. I can play the surrounding context to remind myself exactly what we were discussing at the time.
Monologgr is forgiving of transcription errors by also indexing alternative interpretations, and it respects others' privacy as headsets are tuned to pick up mainly your own voice. Try the Monologgr Android app yourself at monologgr.com and the Google Play Store (currently unavailable as it was a rough draft and not store-ready).
Created in less than 24 hours for the Techcrunch Disrupt SF Hackathon 2015 by Roger Pincombe and Nolan Amy.