Logsit is the quick and easy way to keep track of the things you’ve done.
– Am I exercising enough?
– When did I last take my medication?
– How many books did I read this year?
Just type in what you want to track and quickly swipe to check-in when you do it. You’ll be able to take advantage of all Logsit’s great features.
Add notes to your check-ins to keep track of the details.
Your activity is summarised in a simple graph. Check in regularly and you’ll get fascinating insights into your behaviour.
• RESPONSIVE REMINDERS
Logsit’s reminders are triggered when you check in so they adjust to your behaviour and won’t nag you if you decide to stop. Pick how long you want to go between check-ins and use the handy progress bars to see how long you’ve got until the next reminder.
Browse through our library of actions for ideas of how to get the most from Logsit.
GET IN TOUCH
Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tweet us: @LogsitApp
Logsit is for devices running iOS 9 or higher. You won’t be able to use Logsit unless you’ve updated to this version of iOS.
Bug fixes and performance improvements for iOS 11.
Ratings and Reviews
Keeps my life on-track!
This may be my most-used app, period, & is long-overdue a review. I use it to track & remind me of almost anything & everything, from practical tasks (medications, the last time I cleaned the bathroom or got a haircut), to personal achievements (when I escaped my crummy job, how long ago I weighed X). The app doesn’t just keep me on track day-to-day, it reminds me of how far I’ve come. My latest hack is using it to keep up my water consumption, with a reminder set every 2 hours, & it’s working brilliantly. I also love that each action shows the number of check-ins per day, week, month, or year, providing another way to track personal progress or lack thereof.
Now for my minor quibbles:
Turning off reminders has been broken for a while now, in that they don’t actually stop running. My workaround is to reset unneeded reminders for longer-than-needed intervals - 30 years is the longest option. Occasionally I wish there was an option for reminders in minutes or 1/2-hour increments, or perhaps a snooze function, but I make it work. I also wish it was a left-swipe to log a check-in, or there was an option to customize the gestures, but I’m used to it as-is. Check-ins via notifications would be great, too. All that said, I still love this app & am not sure I could function without it!
This is the app I’ve been waiting for
For the longest time I’ve been so meticulous in tracking my every move. I used to write everything down in a moleskine notebook. Often times I’d forget the notebook or it simply wasn’t convenient for me to always record everything. With this app, it’s a simple swipe on the events that happen every day that are mundane to write but SO EASY for my iPhone to do all the heavy lifting. Complete with GPS location, it’s a strong replacement for everyday notepads. This app helps me become more productive.
I've been looking for a general-purpose "event logger" *forever*. Everything else is a health app or a habit tracker or something. This lets you define anything you want and mark when it happens. Genius. Right now I'm using it to keep track of my puppy's bathroom trips, but I know I've wanted this for countless other things in the past. Would happily pay to keep this app alive.
Would love a Today widget and Apple Watch app.
- David Yates
- 19.8 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2013 David Yates
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.