Forget Photo gives you photographic memory, without the clutter: You take photos of anything (e.g. documents, or anything you want to be reminded of for a certain time), and decide how long you want to keep the photo! Play around and familiarize yourself with Forget Photo: (1) Start Forget Photo, take a picture by either touching the screen or pressing the camera shutter button. (2) To see the photo you have just taken, touch the left arrow button at the top of the screen. (3) To select how long you want to keep the photo, touch the drop-down box (already displaying "1 Month"), and select a time period. (4) To start the countdown to forget (delete) the photo, touch the "start timer" button (with the clock icon). (5) Go back to the camera screen, by touching the right-arrow button. To see the photos that are pending to forget (i.e. to be deleted): (1) Go to the Forget Photo camera screen menu items. (2) Select the "go to pending photos" option. The "Pending Photos" screen now displays, sorted according to date taken. (3) You can also sort the pending photos according to the date they expire, by selecting the "sort date expire" option. (4) To see the details of a pending photo, just touch any photo on the "Pending Photos" screen. (5) While looking at an individual Photo (the "Pending Photo" screen), you can reschedule when the photo will be deleted by selecting a new "re-forget" time period from now, and re-starting the timer. When you look at an individual photo, you can also delete it immediately (the button with the trash-can icon), or move it permanently to the Windows Phone Camera Roll (the menu drop-down option "move to phone camera roll").