DescriptionLogster's Health-Activity-Behavior Tracker provides a simple way to log and track notable events in your life...in real-time, and while on the go. Yes, you can monitor over time the actual state of your life by recording all those transitory incidents that are by definition so fleeting that it's impossible later to recall their "whens and frequencies".
This handy tool is not just for the obsessive-compulsive crowd! It's also for those craving a wee bit more order and oversight in their lives.
The happenings you chose to monitor could be related to your health, your day&night activities, your behavior, or your general observations about nature, civilization, and mankind.
App setup is easy. Simply create a "tracker" for each of those happenings you wish to monitor. Then, when the moment is relevant, simply tap the screen to register a new occurrence of that tracked item. It's truly that effortless.
As a few examples, tracker titles could be:
* Asthma Attack Episodes
* Argued with the Girlfriend
* Alcohol Consumption Log
* My Gym Workouts - Woohoo
* Migraine/Headache Log
* Another (Worthless) Office Meeting
* Customer Count Entering the Store
* My Smartphone Picture Log
* My Coffee Guzzle Counter
* The Books I Have Read
* Insulin Administered Log
* Forced to Clean the Dishes
* Cigarette Counter
[---use your rich imagination---]
Each of the generated event records contains both an unalterable transaction time-stamp, and a free-text area for input of optional comments.
Accumulated results can be sorted and viewed on the screen at any time, or pasted as a report to the device's Clipboard where the data can then be picked up by another app, like e-mail, for further distribution and processing. For your possible convenience, one of the report's formats is Comma-Separated-Values (CSV).
Note: One of your event reports could contain, for example, results of a medical/health tracker...that had been e-mailed to your desktop PC and printed out so that it became handy reference material in the doctor's office.
This app runs in both portrait and landscape mode. And there are no app-defined restrictions to either the number of trackers or the number of events stored in the database. These records will remain in the system until you delete them. (Several functions are provided to facilitate database housecleaning, if or when that becomes necessary.)
The app has been (initially) designed for Android smartphones. But it will run equally well on Android tablets, though fail to exploit later improvements in your User Interface experience.