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Take a picture of yourself every day.
Be reminded at a set time, random time, or location.
Line up your face to match each day using overlays.
Make a movie of your life.
NEW IN 2.0
• Unlimited Timelines: Wanna do more than one project? Everyday your baby, a plant, your gross wound. Everyday everything. We offer unlimited timelines as an in-app purchase.
• Brand new interface: Daaaaamn this app is looking fresh and totally not dumb.
• Dropbox backup: Throw your phone in the toilet, it doesn’t matter. All your sweet photos are safely backed up in that cloud the kids talk about.
• Location based reminders: Be reminded whenever you’re in a set location, like your sad apartment.
• Random time: Set a time range to be reminded randomly within daily.
• Location: See where you took each of your photos.
• Full-resolution images: That’s your big boy.
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Find out more: http://everyday-app.com
Made by William Wilkinson & Craig Merchant. Inspired by Noah Kalina's Everyday project (everyday.noahkalina.com).
What's New in Version 2.0.3
• Fixed notification bugs
• Remembers camera used per timeline
• Further migration robustifying
• Everyday now makes your life more fulfilling
The true every day app
Love this little app. Using it from the very start.
One feature request please, though not sure about iOS restrictions: could you add Snooze in a popup reminder? Say, I do something important or be on a call and cannot take pic right now but could do in ten minutes but when I close it I forget. This is how I missed all the missing days.
If you do this, I'll find a way to add sixth star. ⭐️
I've been using this since 2011
Selfies weren't even a thing when that app was first released. I love it, was kinda worried it was never going to get updated and start to crash but I'm so thankful it has been. Happy with the new look and the addition of more timelines!
Very good, but
The only thing I would change is the alignment features for taking photos. Two horizontal lines isn't really very representative of people's faces. Especially for distance. A face sphere or outline of a jaw would be better.
- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: 10 May 2015
- Version: 2.0.3
- Size: 3.7 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: William Wilkinson
- © 2015 William Wilkinson
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Top In-App Purchases
- Unlimited Timelines£1.49