Have you always wanted to use your iPhone/iPod Touch to keep track of daily routines, but couldn’t find the right app for the job? If so, let Dayta fill that requirement. Now free for a limited time (was $1.99), Dayta is a great looking app that makes data tracking fun and painless. Be it tracking the number of hours slept per night, the kit kat bars you sneak in during office hours or the frequency of visits to celebrity sites like TMZ (oh yeah, I know you do), you can now monitor your habits with just a few taps.
You can also create folders for each area of interest you’d like to track (ie Work, School, Fitness), which will make grouping them much easier. The other neat feature is the ability to create graphs based on the data logged, just so you can visually see a timeline of whatever is being tracked. If Dayta sounds like something you can make use of, be sure to download it now while the offer is still valid.
Sahil Lavingia, Dayta, – Free
Dayta is a wonderful data tracking application that allows you to track literally everything about you; from your weight, to how many glasses of water you’ve had today, or even your kill/death ratio in Call of Duty, Dayta can track it all.
- Create data logs that track anything about you.
- Export data through email, along with a nice CSV file.
- Create folders to organize your data.
- Wipe a data log once you’re done tracking a piece of data.
- Consolidate data daily (automatically add values within a day together, useful for tracking glasses of water).
There’s a lot more to it, but that’s the gist!
HERE’S THE LONG PITCH:
Your weight, your kill-to-death ratio in a first-person shooter, your daily intake of water (eight glasses a day, they say!), or your daily workout which you must… not… missed, again. There are individual apps for all of these things. But why? Think about this: tracking your weight is recording down a single number, daily. So is your kill-to-death ratio. So is your daily intake of water. So is whether or not you go to the gym today (either a 0 or a 1). If you reduce activities down to the numbers that represent them, it’s easy to see that one app can manage them all. Meet Dayta.
NOTE: THIS IS A VERY FEATURE-FUL UPDATE, SO THERE MAY BE BUGS. PLEASE EMAIL ME AND THE NEXT UPDATE WILL PRIMARILY BE A BUGFIX ONE: [email protected] THANKS!
What’s New in Version 2.0.6
More bug/crash fixes. However, if you must leave a negative review, PLEASE EMAIL ME so I can fix any remaining bugs.
I’m trying to fix all of the bugs before I get to work on the features (and boy do I have some sweet features in mind), so please, help me help you! [email protected]