o1xhackcs Student, iOS Developer

What is the best tools for an iOS developer to record all the work done everyday?

So I'm an iOS Developer when I doing an app or project, I would like to record what I've done for this version, build. Or what articles I read this day with some personal notes. I using Markdown a lot (MWeb, Ulysses ) to write articles, also have Evernote VIP, but evernote don't support Markdown, especially on iPad. I try to log the version built in Day One, but if there are more project, I don't think it is a good place to put. Any recommendation works for both iPad and Mac?
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  1. Christopher WattsSoftware Development Engineer · Written
    I'd suggest looking into NoteLedge, a notes app by Kdan Mobile. I've personally used this app while working on a large project that required a daily run-down of all the things accomplished throughout the day (for me, personally), just so I'd know where I stand in terms of time-management and how far along I've come. I also used the app for brain-storming with co-workers, mind-mapping and creating small presentations (also, mainly for myself and my group). I liked the handwriting features, it made the note-taking experience fairly enjoyable and it let me concentrate on my thoughts instead of just typing up things quickly. The design of the app is not too bad, it's intuitive, athough not perfect (nothing is), I've found it both useful and easy to use
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    I use NoteLedge daily for both managing my work-flow and to-do lists, as well as keeping track of what I've done throughout the day, checking items off and adding notes. NoteLedge is easy to use and I'm a big fan of apps that improve your productivity and also don't distract you.
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    Simply reply to an email every day to update your team

    Mike CoutermarshEngineer @ PlanetScale · Written
    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.
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    Day One 2.0

    Ground-up rewrite of the best journal for Mac and iPhone

    o1xhackcs Student, iOS Developer · Written
    Well , at last I using Day one to log anything.
  4. AnastasiiaBusiness Developer · Written
    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.