Search your life, on
the web and your
How do I know him?
Where’s that document we exchanged?
What’s the goal for this meeting?
What do I know about this project?
What did we discuss on the 22nd?
Modern life floods us with more information than
anyone can possibly recall. Zekira helps you
remember. Give it a name, date, meeting, or topic,
and it shows your full context around it. Find old
documents and messages, and cick to navigate the
connections between bits of information.
Zekira helps you search Outlook and
Office files, and also indexes your info
from websites including Gmail,
Google Drive, and Twitter.
How Zekira Helps You
Go Beyond Keyword Search
Traditional search focuses on keywords; if you don't remember the right keywords, you're out of
luck. Zekira lets you search by any combination of date, time, author, name, document type, folder
location - and keywords too.
Your initial search is just the beginning. Zekira works through connections, like your own memory.
Click on anything to see all the information related to it. You can easily jump from your record of a
meeting, to the notes you took during the meeting, to the name of someone you met there, to your
correspondence with that person.
Download Zekira Now
Zekira desktop is in free public beta. You can get it by clicking the button below.
How it Works
Zekira indexes your computer and selected web services automatically, making it easy to recall
your context around almost anything. Give it a name and it shows you related documents,
messages, and meetings. Click on a meeting and it shows you relevant messages and notes.
Zekira helps you find half-remembered information buried in your archives. And you don't have to
choose which files to remember; it can index anything it recognizes on your Mac, PC, or web.
Works with Mac, Windows, and Major Websites
Zekira runs on Macintosh and Windows computers, and lets you search a wide range of files
including Microsoft Office, Outlook (search your old .pst files), PDF files, text, saved web pages
(HTML files), Gmail, Twitter, and Google Drive/Docs.
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