Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Days Since

Here is a handy utility to keep track of events and how many days have past (or in the future) Enter events and date occurred and you will see it in the ListView. For example, use it to log the last time you visit that fast food restaurant or change that filter. You can also add it as a phone top widget.







Get this free app here from the Android Market.

10 comments:

  1. Great app, I am using it, in the next version I would love to see:
    -notes field added to events
    -better icon (transparent background)
    -option to hide days count column
    -maybe events categories?
    Thanks

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  2. Hi Joseph

    data back up feature is missing. Do you have any plan to come with this feature.

    Thanks and Regards
    Vikas

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  3. Sorry, I don't plan to have an extensive update with this. Thank you for downloading and using this app.

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  4. Hi Joseph,
    I hope you will reconsider about updates, I still haven't found any app as elegant as yours for tracking past events, please do not abandon it.

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    1. Please check out this app: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.alexcmak.SimpleReminder made by my brother.

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  5. I also love your app. I'd pay a small fee for it IF there was ability to backup my data. That is the only thing missing, in my opinion, of your app.

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  6. Love this but how do I delete them??

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    1. Simply press-and-hold the row with your event, an menu will come up to "Edit" or "Remove" the selected item.

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  7. Is there a way to attach the date of which you marked a new date refresh (i.e. when you went back to zero) and keep a record of your progress up until then? For example, if I want to quit smoking, I want to take note of the frequency of how often I caved and started smoking again - and then adjust my behavior accordingly. With that exportable data, one user can use Statistic Process Control to identify reliable trends (and attach an event or behavior change to explain and note the trend)

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