Lumen Trails - Track Anything! Make lists, snap photos, take notes, create daily food diary, fitness tracker, calorie counter, time log, expense tracker, weight loss journal, day planner and more!
Description of App
Use Daily Tracker to keep track of things and organize your day. Incredibly powerful, simple to use, beautiful & reliable. Join thousands who use it every day.
Daily Tracker allows you to take notes, record voice memos, organize to-do lists or track other important things such as your time, workouts, expenses, mileage, calories, food, diet, weight, sleep and actually… pretty much anything else you can think of.
Why would you want to track all this? Well, wouldn’t you like to be more organized, spend less, exercise more, eat healthier and have a more balanced life? Track the things that matter to you and get things done.
The beauty of Daily Tracker is that you can track practically anything. There are tons of other apps that allow you to track one or two things, for example, calories and weight. But what if you decide to track something else? Daily Tracker is the app for that!
And the best part is, it replaces several other apps. Instead of having one app for your to-do lists, one for tracking expenses, another one for tracking your weight, you can declutter your homescreen and just have one app that does it all.
Daily Tracker is simply the Best Personal Organizer you will find on the App Store. It can even backup your data automatically to Google Docs and is fully accessible with Apple VoiceOver in 7 languages. There's nothing that comes close to it.
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Supports TextExpander touch snippet expansion.
Free or Paid
Device(s) App Was Tested On
This app is very accessible. In fact, it is probably the most accessible ToDo app that I have used (of course, it is actually more than a basic ToDo app).
Buttons are clearly labelled. Lists and items are correctly read by VoiceOver, which also correctly reads the selected status of items as you toggle them.
The only minor issue that I have encountered so far is when using the calendar view. At times VoiceOver will skip straight past the calendar if you simple try swiping through the page. However, if you move VoiceOver focus onto the calendar by tapping on the top half of the screen, things appear to work okay.