Needs a more accurate way of entering time when doing it after the time. Unless you click at the exact time of doing something there's only the option to select on the hour or 15, 30 and 45 minutes past the hour. I need something more precise. Most times the charts don't display like they should and I have to restart the app to get them to show. Otherwise this is a great and highly customisable app.
It worked for two days. Then all my boards & numbers disappeared. I am no longer interested in using this app. It was useful until it completely erased my data. Not ok.
This is the best habit tracking app I've used. I downloaded a LOT and this is the only one versatile and customizable enough for my needs. I'm really impressed that there is so much functionality for FREE (other apps were NOT free and not nearly as customizable). Thank you to the developer -- this app has helped me so much!
Needs some tweaks, like possibility to organize groups, more customization options, dealing with bugs. But it's headed in a great direction, and there's nothing else like it really
Consume too much CPU (and battery) on such simple tasks. Please reduce CPU usage - it is not rocket sciences, it is just simple set of counters.
I planned to give it two stars, but honestly I don't think it deserves that much (sorry). There are cute things about it, but overall it's very bad at doing what it supposed to do. First of all, it takes a relavitely very long time to load (either this, or the "title screen" is programmed to display this long). Are you going to spend ten seconds just so you can hit a +1 for some counter? I wouldn't. As minor as it sounds, it's probably the problem that puts me off the most from using Nomie. I don't have any other app that loads nearly as long. Even my browser, with a constant ~100 tabs open, loads faster. This problem makes me bother to track less and less things, and eventually gets me off the app in general. But the problems only start there. The current version is 2.0.3, but it's almost embarissingly buggy and unwieldy to use. Sometimes the trackers won't display until you move something (not critical, once you understand that this is the problem); if I check the statistics of one tracker, I have to close and reopen Nomie to see the statistics of another (this is, by the way, not an occasional problem. Nomie behaves very regularly this way. And this is a problem). If you want to adjust the duration of a recording of a clock tracker, you can only do it in steps of 15 minutes, while other time-counters (don't remember where at the moment) only allow you to increment a single minute per tap, so if you want to move from 3:03 to 3:59, you have to tap your screen 56 times(!!!) (yes, it won't go downwards from :00 to :59). Lastly--- Nomie promisese to give you insight into the relationship between different factors in your life (say, how eating healthy meals relates to your mood or weight), or at least that's the idea that I got from watching the video before I installed it. However, the statistical/analytical tools available are, well, basically non-existant. You can see how the records of a tracker went up and down over time, and you can display them side by side, but that's it. Can't even compute a correlation between variables or anything that can give you an insight beyond what you could have gathered if you plotted two grahps on top of another in excel.
- Fixed sticking board slider
- Added 24 Hour Clock Option
- Stats can now ignore skipped days (Ignore Zero)
- Couch Syncing updates UI in real time across multiple devices
- Map double bug fixed
- Hashtags faster more reliable
- Add to Past respects positivity settings
- Now Board no longer flashes after restart
- Cloud Apps update and improvements
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