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The Daytum app is the best way to use Daytum on your iPhone.
Add, edit and view entries in the app to help collect and communicate the most important stats in your world.
What's New in Version 1.0.3
- updates to improve syncing
- increase sync action timeouts for slow connections
- fix issue where view would occasionally go black
- fix item name editing from item list swipe button
- fix entry add date picker to correctly show the current day
- fix processing error for newly created category
- fix network activity indicator not correctly hiding in some cases
- fix missing navigation toolbar when navigating from item to categories in some cases
- fix incorrect display of decimal amounts
- fix view refreshing after item and category deleting
- improved performance for entry adding
This is a Disaster of a Product
I am going to address the rampant problems with this application in a few points.
First, the application exits to a mobile site when a user attempts to create a new profile, it isn't handled in-app. That's just bad design.
Second, it crashes every time a user tries to edit previously entered data, which is far more severe than the issue raised in the first point.
Third, the application is far from user friendly. A ten year-old with any common sense could create a layout far better than the (presumably) knowledgable developers of this application. It's as if they designed the application using one of the "No programming skills needed" templates offered to those that lack basic HTML skills.
The idea is great, and I would use and willingly pay for the service if the app wasn't so terrible. I hope they lose customers over this review. Perhaps it will serve as some incentive to hire competent programmers.
Simple is good
It's great to have an incredibly simple way to track data with just two inputs -- how much and when. I use it to track miles run, days I bike or do yoga, how many minutes I study Portuguese and how many books I read. It's simple enough that I've been using it for more than a year and a half. I've never used any other tracking system or journal as consistently.
It's not a 5 because it doesn't amaze me in any way. It just works. As much as I like the simplicity, it might be cool to have some options to look at the data in different ways -- cross reference, add another field, etc.
I was so excited to try this app! But, the excessively complicated process to create an account ruined all my enthusiasm. I tried, unsuccessfully, at least half a dozen times to create a login and password. I continuously got a message that it 'could only contain alpha numeric characters.' Well, I tried with only alpha, only numeric, and a combination of the two, and I continued to get the exact same message. Thinking I could just start from scratch, I resubmitted for an activation email, only to discover that it would not allow me to do so because the 'login was already taken.' In a last ditch effort, I tried the lost password option, only to be told that no account was recognized. What a total disappointment!! It figures they are associated with FB.