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"Take Control of Your Data Your apps and smart devices are constantly collecting data about you. Sherbit puts it all together, so you can easily understand and analyze your information." #quantified_self #API_driven #data_visualization #iOS #web_2.0 #pub
"We're beer nerds making an app for beer nerds. If you're looking for something new and original but also very powerful, TapCellar might be that app for you. TapCellar works offline. No data connections required for search, journaling or rating. Over 45,000 craft brews right on your phone. TapCellar isn't a social network and doesn't require an account or subscription. TapCellar doesn't lock you in either. Post to Untappd, share a Mug Shot or export your data. You can also backup your TapCellar data your way. There's no syncing service but every bit of your journals, notes, grades and photos can be exported using iOS sharing. We never see what you write unless you want to give it to us. We've built the app that we want to use as beer nerds. There's a huge amount of data and an unparalleled feature-rich private drinking journal. TapCellar is designed from the ground up to work with one hand, because we know the other hand is holding a beer. Our unique tap and slide control for grading means you can grade a beer as fast as you can find it." | "https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tapcellar-beer-finder-check/id895045917" #alcohol #iOS #apps #journaling #quantified_self #organization #paid #price:$1 #price:$3 #home_page #pub
Flow is a habit tracker and personal data analytics app that lets you keep focus on what matters. Flow owns none of your data. That's yours. The Flow Dashboard Track habits, monthly and annual goals, and the top tasks of the day. Submit daily journals with customizable questions. from Github: "Features Daily journal / survey Configurable questions Optional location pickup & mapping Extract @mentions and #tags from configured open-ended responses (auto-suggest) Segment analysis of journals by tag (highlight journal days with/without + show averages) Habit tracking ala habits app With weekly targets Commitments Optional daily targets for 'countable' habits Tracking top tasks for each day Analyze tasks completed: on time, late, not completed, on each given day Monthly/year/long-term goals Goal assessment report at end of month Rating for each goal monthly defined Ongoing Projects tracking Track time of each progress increment Link tasks with projects Define labeled milestones View 'burn-up' chart of completion progress over time Analysis Show summary charts of all data reported to platform Google Assitant / Home / Facebook Messenger integration for actions like: "How am I doing" "What are my goals for this month" "Mark 'run' as complete" "Daily report" Reading widget Show currently-reading articles / books Sync quotes from evernote / Kindle Sync articles from Pocket Mark articles / books as favorites, and add notes Quotes & articles fully searchable Flash card widget for spreadsheet access (e.g. random quotes, excerpts) Export all data to CSV Integrations Data source integrations Public Github commits Google Fit - track any activity durations by keyword Evernote - pull excerpts from specified notebooks Pocket - Sync stored articles & add notes Goodreads - Sync currently reading shelf Track any abstract data via REST API" #open_source #habits #Goals #journaling #unique_spin_slightly #%product_hunt #tracking #logging #quantified_self #pub
Actions and triggers. Decent stuff on both ends. #APIs #data #tracking #$discipline_accountability_integration_list #discipline #Rescuetime #$rescuetime_list #quantified_self #integrations #IFTTT #pub
Can see my breakdown between my two main Chrome profiles and Chromium profile. Too bad this isn't for Safari :/. #best_of #chrome_extensions #browser_extensions #free #in-depth #quantified_self #data #analytics #pub