Your personal well-being companion
Gyroscope provides a complete dashboard for everything about your life.
Øyvind Solstad ☀- Head of social media, VGUsed it for a long time, now also paying for the Pro version. Very useful to run "big data" on yourself.
Vincent Ghyssens- Growth @ ProxyclickDefinitely loved Gyroscope ever since it was launched. The Pro version adds a few nice features (custom goals is my favorite) and they're launching new ones all the time. It also helps me be more mindful of my time and occupations. All in all, really great stuff!
Shashwat Pradhan- CEO/Founder @emberifyWorking on it for about 3.5 years now. It's going great, apart from our consumer sales, we have managed to license our tech and product in a few markets.
Tristan Cole- 20 | Co-founder of SempoGyroscope really nails data visualization in my opinion. Beautiful, simple and understandable charts and graphs!
Graham Campbell- 🚀 new ventures, fasterJohn, you might check out Gyroscope. I recently started using Gyroscope, and it integrates with some pretty useful tools (eg. Fitbit, Strava, RescueTime etc.)
The Next WebAfter my friend and ex-colleague, Owen Williams, showed me this little-known life tracking app, I became instantly addicted to logging everything I do. Gyroscope is the love-child of a website and an iPhone app, letting you track different aspects of your life, then presenting the data collected in beautiful reports.
TechCrunchSoftware developer Anand Sharma ate sushi and went on a 2.6-mile run in the middle of the day on Saturday. He was quietly coding at his home near Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California yesterday afternoon. No, we're not Facebook friends.