- iDoneThis can send you a message at the end of the day reminding you to write down what you've done. If you use GitHub, they can also pull in all your commits. As your working, if you write good commit messages and tag your builds/versions, you'll be documenting with each commit.
My favorite feature in Day One 2.0 is the daily prompt. Instead of letting my journal become the 'Rant of the day' entry, Day One attempts to help me create a rich and personal record with their creative prompts.
I bought the iOS app awhile ago, so I was on the grandfathered Plus plan. I wanted to sync with the Mac app, so I went ahead and bought the 50% discounted premium plan. I like it, but I thought the Mac app would have more formatting options than the iPhone. It doesn't. It's basically a larger version of the iOS app.
It's way too expensive if you're not on the plus plan. It's expensive even with the plus plan. You can't use iCloud for storage either, which I don't understand. Having cloud storage can be expensive for companies, so they increase the prices, but they removed iCloud sync, so now everyone uses their cloud storage.
- I guess it may fit you. The app allows you to clearly visualize your working strategy, systematize all your goals and ideas, adjust your plans, and have a broad overview of your milestones. Also it's synchronizing on all your devices and you may edit it on the go.