DailyQ

An iOS app for tracking daily tasks

Reviews
  • Pros: 

    Amazing Design. Original Idea

    Cons: 

    None I can think of

    Great way to track daily tasks. No added frills. Perfect!

    Harry Dry has used this product for one day.
  • Николай Ильченко
    Николай ИльченкоFrontend Developer, Russia
    Pros: 

    Great design

    Cons: 

    Only iOS

    I use only android and it is very strange to haven`t app on another from iOS platform

    Николай Ильченко has never used this product.
Discussion
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Maksim Gorodov
Maksim GorodovMaker@silencerweb · 17 y.o. maker from Uzbekistan
Hello Product Hunt, My name is Maksim and I'm happy to present my first launched project 🎉 DailyQ is an iOS app that helps you track your daily tasks and develop a habit of completing them every day. It has a clean and user-friendly interface. DailyQ doesn't require you to spend a lot of time for it, it requires only 2 minutes: 1 minute in the morning to read your tasks and 1 minute in the evening to mark your tasks as 'completed' and 'failed' - that's all. To make sure you will not forget to do this, DailyQ will remind you in the morning and in the evening to open it and spend a minute for it. I would love to get your feedback and answer your questions :)
Alicia Heraz, Eng., PhD.
Alicia Heraz, Eng., PhD.@aliciaheraz · Emaww CEO and Solution Architect
@silencerweb Hi Maksim - Tracking tasks is very interesting indeed! Have you thought about tracking passive metrics as well? It would be great to have your app recording personal biological metrics using other APIs along with tracking the tasks - thoughts?
Maksim Gorodov
Maksim GorodovMaker@silencerweb · 17 y.o. maker from Uzbekistan
@aliciaheraz Hi Alicia, I haven't thought about it yet, but it sounds really interesting! Could you give some examples of API that I could use so I could check them out and think about it? :)
Alicia Heraz, Eng., PhD.
Alicia Heraz, Eng., PhD.@aliciaheraz · Emaww CEO and Solution Architect
@silencerweb there are many APIs for emotion analytics... It depends on the type of input you can collect via your App. I recommend Kairos API to detect emotions from face, Bitext sentiment analysis framework to detect emotion from text, Vokaturi to detect emotions from voice and Emaww API to detect emotions from touches (the coordinates X,Y, force and size of your users' fingers in your app)... Which data could you collect with your current app (or the next version)? I think that increasing users' emotional awareness is key for their well-being!
Maksim Gorodov
Maksim GorodovMaker@silencerweb · 17 y.o. maker from Uzbekistan
@aliciaheraz I'm not sure right now what kind of data I can collect and I don't think I will implement what you told in the next version because I have other priorities right now, but we will see :)
Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
@silencerweb I've been wanting this exact app for ages! Do you plan on making an Android version?
Mohit
Mohit@mohitify · Developer - Product - UX - Mobile - SF
This looks similar to Productive app Productive - Habit Tracker by Apalon Apps https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/...