Do you dislike that many apps now store your stuff "in the cloud" — which really means, on other people's big computers?
In Genix, all your stuff is only stored on your own private phone or tablet.
Genix is not connected to the Internet's computers — hence, no one can ever "spy" on you.
Kodachrome Your Thoughts
Isn't our knowledge
a beautiful thing?
Yes, it is — and we think it should also look that way!
Hence, we created the powerful and unique Rulette™ — a new kind of “menu” to easily and beautifully organize your ideas, notes, lists and images — your knowledge.
Slice & Dice
What if your thoughts could be filed by colors?
The Rulette comes with
9 pre-defined and uniquely-colored Slices.
You can rename the Slices to anything you want
— and, of course,
in any language
of your choice.
Should your exciting ideas and clever thoughts just be a dull stream of endless lists?
Why not try something different? Genix has a Tray system that files your stuff by the colors of the Rulette.
Each Tray can also have numerous Subtrays
— as glimpsed here.
Is your everyday life full of movies to watch, books to read, topics to research and things to buy?
Sure! But typical note-apps are horrible at organizing such stuff
— they tend to be just endless streams of messy texts.
Instead, our Snips are great for one-item stuff. Also, Snips can be grayed-out, for quick reuse without rewrites.
What do you do when you have that midnight Eureka moment?
Quickly jot it down in your note-app, of course! But what happens when you collect many notes on different topics? Chaos!
But in Genix, you can use Jots to neatly file your ideas into color-coded Trays and Subtrays.
Why waste mental space and energy on recalling the prices of everything?
Tally solves this:
You type your
products and prices
into Snips once
— and there they stay.
After the prices are entered,
Tally automatically sums and multiplies the things in your many shopping-lists.
Isn't it tedious and annoying to organize the thousands of images on your phone?
With Pix, you can file the images into color-coded
Trays and Subtrays: