WhenDidI Lite - Event Logger
500 - 1,000 downloads
- Ease of use
- Nothing special
WhenDidI is a really useful people for both organized people and scatterbrains. On one hand, organized people that use to write down the events they attended or other activities will have a handy and faster logger. On the other hand, chaotic scatterbrains, will have a tool to get into a new tracking mood with no efforts: no need to bring a notebook or agenda with you, all you need is on your Android device.
WhenDidI fulfill a need: the need to know when we did a specific action like haircut, gas tank filling or even last pet vet visit. Tracking yourself is the best way to be efficient and don't forget stuff. This app can help you with that, thanks to its simplicity and user-friendly interface.
There are some default categories like jogging, petrol, work lunch or cross trainer. However, you can add as many as you want. You're just two taps away from adding a new entry to that category. Select the category and "add" it. There's a category counter and a log of entries with date and details.
Besides categories you can also add measurements and events you've to attend. As you add new events a chart will be generated with your personal performance.
Fast and easy. No more excuse to put some order in your life.
Supporting a modern Holo ICS interface, you should have no problem getting to grips with WhenDidI. It has smooth scrollable event lists, extensive charts, and handy widgets to make entering those events quick and convenient. You can even email your events to others.
Here are just some examples on what you could set up WhenDidI to track
- How many calories you consumed
- How many pints of alcohol drank
- Cost of lunch per day
- When you last feed the baby
- Bench presses done in the gym
- Time spent on a project
Want to know more? Visit our website to read the tutorials on using WhenDidI
** Reviews **
** Features **
Can add notes to events
Share your events via email as csv attachment
4.0 ICS look on 2.2 android phones
Multiple home screen widgets
Backup to local SD and Dropbox
** Required Permissions **
Write external Storage - this is needed to backup your data to your internal SD card
Internet - for saving to Dropbox
** Trial Version **
Note the Trial (Lite) version allows you to have up to 31 events, which is enough for a months worth if you are entering one event a day. If you want unlimited events, upgrade to the full version. When upgrading to the full version, you can transfer your data using the following steps.
1. On the main screen of the Lite version version, click on the menu.
2. Press on backup local.
3. You data will be stored in local storage.
4. Start the full version of WhenDidI.
5. Click on the menu
6. Click on restore local (be careful not to click on backup local)
7. The full version of WhenDidI should now have the data you gathered with the Trial version.
Recently changed in this version:
When adding a new event, the date and time can be edited. Enabled in settings.
Long clicking now brings up action bar in categories, events and measurements list screens.
Clicking on an item in the categories list will display the events list.
Minutes and hours are now displayed correctly in the charts.
Modified the layout of add categories screen so that it is more obvious that the measurement type needs to be set. Hopefully stops user accidentally always setting it to duration.
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Comments and ratings for WhenDidI Lite - Event Logger
A poorly designed interface makes it unnecessarily hard to add events. Newly created Quantity categories change to time when saved.
Very simple and just what I need. It's really useful and user-friendly!
Really useful when it comes to tracking my daily sugar levels. All I need to do is enter the daily suger level and take my android to the doctor. So simple.
I just used this to track my daily walking kilometers and it worked as a charm. So simple and made me so convenient on comparing my daily results using charts. Nice app!!
Good app. Very useful.
Was easy to setup once I understood that topics meant event types. Tracking a couple of events at the moment, should be no problem with the widgets.