Organize your days with a single, beautiful app. Dawn is the minimal calendar for everything from todos and events to projects and itineraries. It's your perfect everyday companion.
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Looks cool! looking forward to the android version!
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Eric Lee
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@jonathan_harel1 Thanks for comment Jonathan, will look to arrange the development of an Android version in the future!
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Victor IryniukProduct Manager, NetHuntCRM.
@jonathan_harel1 @hyericlee I like the looks and the idea. Any way to get a notification when the Android app arrives?
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Chris Messina
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Love the idea of Spaces that combines dates with tasks... could be really useful for trip planning!
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Eric Lee
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@chrismessina It's one of the most fun features of Dawn! Thank you so much for the hunt Chris!!
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Eric Lee
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Founder of Enulus
Hey ProductHunt! 

I would first like to give a big thank you to @chrismessina for hunting Dawn and all early access and beta users for providing feedback helping me refine the app! I’m Eric, a self-taught iOS developer obsessed with creating products that enhance our ability to do and experience more, with emphasis on minimalism and design. Dawn came to fruition as I wanted to introduce crucial features that transcend current task management apps: - Clean and minimal design - Central hub for both events and reminders - Visual lists for organizing events and reminders - Focused Today page This was quite the challenge but after launching the first version and subsequent 2 years of work, I’m excited to share the Second Dawn with the world right now, here on ProductHunt! This is just the beginning, there are tons of exciting features planned and in the works as well as iPad, Mac, and other platforms I wish to support. Open to feedback and feature requests, feel free to leave questions or comments and I’ll be here to answer them all! 
Thank you, to all of you here to check out Dawn!
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@hyericlee Prettyyyy
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Eric Lee
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@mike_p3 Hi Mike 😍
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@hyericlee @mike_p3 so pretty!!!
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Eric Lee
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@mike_p3 @emmitea Thanks so much Emilie!
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Marvin BorischTechnical Lead - PropTechs / CivilData
It's always so sad to see people program great projects and then see they've decided to do the biggest mistake ever by releasing it on iOS before (if even ever) Android. To quote the creator: "This is just the beginning, there are tons of exciting features planned and in the works as well as iPad, Mac, and other platforms I wish to support." Based on your previous projects I highly doubt this is going to happen. "Thanks for comment ***, will look to arrange the development of an Android version in the future!" I really hope you plan something like that actually for real instead of just dropping the words. I gonna repeat it on every product as many times as I have to until previliged US-based developers realize it: - iOS has a market share of 25%. - Apple has a complicated target group outside the US. - using Swift in the beginning limits your diversity later on Start making business if you guys call yourself enterpreneurs. Using iOS as your start of the journey is one of the worst decisions a business can make. Every creator choosing a smaller, exclusive market for a non-niche product commits commercial suicide. And I think, after years of me preaching this and seeing how I was right in most of the cases, people deserve to fail if they don't learn. Just look at sketch. They've started for iOS, first said they don't like Windows and therefore won't code for it. Then after protests, they changed their explanation to the lack of technical integrity and functions in Windows versus iOS. They used to be the biggest tool in their niches that has been replaced in 4 of their 5 home markets by other, OS-universal tools within the last years. There is a reason Facebook and other companies force their employees to use Android and their own android projects to raise awareness that this is what most of their users use but is what most of their coders ignored or have let rot. Stop using your favourite device atleast one day a week. Get uncomfortable yourself to understand, fix, help and then please your users and in the end boost your business. Do it. Think about it. Your product seems to good to be the victim of the usual iOS developer ignorance.
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Daniel ButlerDesigner turned startup founder
@marvinpoo have you come across any sources that show android users are more likely (or equal) to pay for apps than iOS users?
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Marvin BorischTechnical Lead - PropTechs / CivilData
@dnlbtlr As target groups aren't bound to devices (especially not Calender Targetgroups), such a study makes no sense. But here, have one anyway: "The State of In-App Spending: Global & Regional Benchmarks" from AppsFlyer.
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Daniel ButlerDesigner turned startup founder
@marvinpoo INTERESTING! “ 2) iOS Users Outspend Android iOS users spend nearly 2.5 times more than Android users on in-app purchases, while the former’s average purchase value is double the latter’s ($12.77 vs. $6.19). The percentage of users who make in-app purchases on iOS is also 50% higher than on Android. Overall, iOS dominance in in-app spending was seen across regions and verticals, with the exception of the utilities/tools category (see point #7for more). ~20X $0.50 5” #7 Android Users Love Utility Apps The fact that Android is an open OS means it is a much stronger platform for utility apps, offering many more functions (memory boosters, launchers, anti-virus etc.) than the more closed iOS platform. This explains the high percentage of Android users globally who spend money in utility apps: 5 times more than iOS users, reaching over 1 in 5 users. As a result, the average in-app spend per app for Android users stands at $0.85 compared to only $0.24 in iOS
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su kaygun sayranDigital Marketer - Podcaster - Writer
@marvinpoo %100 agree with this statement. Often developers say that iOS users spend more than Android users and use that as their argument. There are too fallacies here. First: iOS users spending more doesn't mean Android users aren't spending at all. And Second: If you think building a striving business can rest on a small niche audience is a good idea, then you clearly have no idea what equally important terms such as market share are. Please listen to Marvin, don't shoot yourself in the leg.
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Is it inspired by the late Sunrise Calendar?
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Eric Lee
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Founder of Enulus
@doomhammer Heard a lot about it but I haven't used it before actually!
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