Self Tracker

Self Tracker


Track it all! Achieve it all!

i.strive.to is a tool that helps you define and track all of your goals, and other personal matrices in one place.

This is a companion app for Android users who use the i.strive.to web app on their desktop browser and want to keep tracking while on-the-go. The Android app has been designed to make tracking on your mobile phone really really quick.

Mobile and Desktop Features

- The Tracker Directory has many pre-modeled Trackers in all of the popular categories, including fitness tracking, weight loss tracking, mood tracking, and anything related to wellness tracking.


Desktop Only Features

Some features are only accessible from the web site, not the mobile app, this is temporary, and we strive to make the mobile app the best experience ever.

- The Tracker Builder provides a quick way to define what data you want to track for....anything.

- Its not just about the numbers, its also about the story. Share with your friends on Twitter.

- You are able to export your data into Google Spreadsheet, or download your data.

Recent changes:
1.1 - Coming soon (9/2013)
Adding Fitbit integration.
Adding better visualizations.
Adding ability to track events that occurred in the past (time picker).

1.0
Added a stopwatch widget for tracking duration.
Added views for Self Scripts, and reminders.

0.9
Added support for Tablets (Looks great on Nexus 7!),
Increase font size for numerical inputs,

0.8
Updated interface.
Support for decimals.

0.5
Upgraded interface,
Speed improvements.
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Free
64
3.2
User ratings
9
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
1
File size
699 kb
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About Self Tracker
Track it all! Achieve it all!

i.strive.to is a tool that helps you define and track all of your goals, and other personal matrices in one place.

This is a companion app for Android users who use the i.strive.to web app on their desktop browser and want to keep tracking while on-the-go. The Android app has been designed to make tracking on your mobile phone really really quick.

Mobile and Desktop Features

- The Tracker Directory has many pre-modeled Trackers in all of the popular categories, including fitness tracking, weight loss tracking, mood tracking, and anything related to wellness tracking.


Desktop Only Features

Some features are only accessible from the web site, not the mobile app, this is temporary, and we strive to make the mobile app the best experience ever.

- The Tracker Builder provides a quick way to define what data you want to track for....anything.

- Its not just about the numbers, its also about the story. Share with your friends on Twitter.

- You are able to export your data into Google Spreadsheet, or download your data.

Recent changes:
1.1 - Coming soon (9/2013)
Adding Fitbit integration.
Adding better visualizations.
Adding ability to track events that occurred in the past (time picker).

1.0
Added a stopwatch widget for tracking duration.
Added views for Self Scripts, and reminders.

0.9
Added support for Tablets (Looks great on Nexus 7!),
Increase font size for numerical inputs,

0.8
Updated interface.
Support for decimals.

0.5
Upgraded interface,
Speed improvements.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 2, 2014
Crashes on Galaxy S4 A lot of features just crash the app on an S4 but the general tracking functions seem to work
A Google User
Jul 1, 2013
Did nothing Added trackers from the marketplace but they never appeared in the main screen. Pointless on Galaxy Note 2
A Google User
Jan 31, 2013
Very close to being outstanding. Very rough around the edges but better than almost any other quantified self app I've used.
A Google User
Jan 31, 2013
Very close to being outstanding. Very rough around the edges but better than almost any other quantified self app I've used.
A Google User
Dec 2, 2012
Has potential