Track the little things you want to learn about yourself.
It's easy keeping track of the big things in life. Your age. Your spouse's name. But what about the little stuff? When did you last wash the car? Bathe the dog? Exercise? Come to think of it: how much Diet Coke are you really drinking?
This is where Your Life In Numbers comes in. (Download it here!) What are the little things you want to learn about yourself? Set up Counters for each, then spend a few days tracking them. Set up Auto-Counters for things like your tweets.
Then, the magic happens...
What do you do? Find out.
Set up Counters for all the little things you want to learn about yourself. (If you're stumped, the app will have some suggestions for you.) Set up Auto-Counters for things like your Tweet activity.
Spend a few days tracking. Then, start the fun part...
And learn about yourself.
Tracking is easy; graphing is fun. Really fun, in fact, because Your Life In Numbers because Your Life In Numbers generates as many interesting graphs as it can from your data, browsable at the flick of a finger.
Graph events by hour. By weekday. Morning or night. Bar graph, or pie? It's addictive.
But only what you want to.
Send a graph to friends, family... you name it. Via clipboard, photo gallery, or email.
Frequently Asked Questions
What devices does Your Life In Numbers run on?
All versions of iPhone and iPod Touch.
Is there a version for other mobile phones?
What about privacy?
For extra security when tracking sensitive data (say, medications you take, or other things of a personal nature), you can mark a counter as "private" and use a numeric code to keep them hidden from casual users of your device.
Have you thought about adding [so-and-so] feature?
Maybe. But maybe not. Feel free to suggest ideas via Twitter.