Remember Me has a built-in database that can store all your Bible memory verses. Since you can categorize them by topics and group them in sets, most users won't need more than this default account.

There a few reasons to keep more than one account, though. If you learn Bible memory verses in different languages, for example. Keeping your French Bible verses in the same collection as your English ones gets the text-to-speech engine all confused, and maybe yourself, too.

Another reason could be to let other people memorize their Bible Memory verses with your Android device. That is the reason why I added this feature. I allow my children to play the Word Puzzle on my phone. That helps them to enjoy memorizing their Bible memory verses more. But I do not want to keep their Bible memory verses in my personal account.

So, if you have got your reasons to add another account of verses, choose 'Account' from the menu.

Select '+ Collection' from the spinner on top. Add a description to identify your account. Later you can switch back to this account by selecting its description from the spinner.

Set the language of the verses. When you listen to the Bible memory verses, you will hear them in this language.

If you want to synchronize the Bible memory verses of the additional collection with, you need to set up a separate account for it. Enter user name and password of the corresponding account. If the account does not exist yet on the website, add your e-mail address and click on 'Create Account' to register.

Tapping on 'Confirm' adds the account to your device and you can begin to fill it.

You can toggle between different accounts using 'Select' from the main menu (or the corresponding upside-down triangle).