2017 is coming soon. If you want to make the most of it right from the start, I have two apps that can help you do that. Here they are:
I love taking notes. In fact, I believe that the habit has been essential for my personal growth. But can you guess what my main note-taking app is? Evernote? OneNote? Well, I do use OneNote, but my main note-taking app – the one that I use the most – is Short Notes. Short Notes is an iOS app that I develop myself. I was looking for a note-taking app that fits my needs, but I couldn’t find one, so I decided to develop Short Notes.
One way to make this year great is building new habits, and HabitMaster is an iOS app I develop that can help you do that. HabitMaster helps you build daily, weekly, and monthly habits. For each habit, your goal is to not break the streak. Keep the streak, and you are keeping the habit.
If you have followed this blog for some time, you might know that I develop apps for iOS. I have been an app developer since 2011. Today I’d like to let you know that HabitMaster – the habit-building app I develop – has a new version available. The new version is optimized for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and has two new features. Here is how it would look like on your device (if you read this through an email, you might need to click the “Display Images” link in your email reader first): HabitMaster is my most popular app. I’m glad that many people have found it useful for building new habits. Click here to check it out.
HabitMaster, the habit-building app that I develop, has a new version available. This version adds the ability to go to different time periods on the main screen. That way you can easily see how you did your habits on a certain day, week, or month. Here is how the app would look like on your device (if you read this through an email, you might need to click the “Display Images” link in your email reader first): There are more screenshots on the App Store page that I link to below. HabitMaster runs on both iPhone and iPad (with auto-sync support), and you will get both of them with a single purchase. Click here to check out HabitMaster. I’m excited about this release. Many users have found the app useful and I hope you will too!
Do you know how Jim Collins, the author of Good to Great, manages his time? He tracks the time he spent on different activities and keeps them in balance. I recently released an iOS app that can help you do just that. The app is called Time Balance. The goal of the app is to help you spend your time in a balanced way. There is no question that time is a precious resource. It’s possible, however, that we don’t use it as good as we should. This app helps you track and compare how much time you have spent on different activities. You can then see where you have overspent your time and make the necessary adjustments.