Logger is an app that makes it really easy to track anything meaningful to you.
I built Logger because I wanted to keep track of the outfits I was wearing, and there was no easy way to do that. Most of the "tracking" apps I tried were extremely rigid and had their own mantra about what data you should enter. I tried using a spreadsheet on my phone and it took way longer to type things in than it should.
It struck me that there was not an existing app that was flexible enough to handle any use case, while also being extremely user friendly and optimized for a mobile device. That's where Logger comes in.
Well, actually that's where you come in. I'm expanding the Private Beta of Logger and would love if you joined. I need your help finding bugs, and areas where the app could be better. Most of all, I'm excited to hear about what Logs you create! Thank you so much for your interest and participation!
If I've already asked you to be a part of the Logger Beta, you should have received an email with a link to download Logger using an app called TestFlight. If you have any trouble with this, or have not received an email, please let me know.
If you'd like to join the Logger Beta, or know someone else who would, please email me. I will add anyone who is interested and willing to provide feedback.
You can reach me via email or on Twitter. You can also easily email me from within the Logger Settings page. I'd like to also set up some sort of online community for people using Logger, but that's not ready yet.
Logger is completly free during Beta testing, and a very useful free version will always be available. As mentioned in the Introduction when you first launch Logger, there are certain features I plan on monetizing with a subscription. If you have thoughts on this, please share.
Absolutely not. You data is stored only on your device, and the only internet connection used by the app is for detecting addresses when you use the Location prompt. No data/information is shared beyond your device.
This makes Logger fantastic for when you need to log out in the field/wilderness, or for very personal information. While there are is currently no way to export your data, that's something really important and is coming soon.
Music to my ears! Yes, that would be amazing! If you're not sure how to do that, but want to, here's a quick tutorial from Apple.
Great question! Here are some of the things I'm currently Logging:
Beta Testers: 48
Known Issues in Version 0.4
Planned for Version 0.5
Last updated on Saturday, March 27th