Tap Log

Tap Log


Tap Log may be the easiest way to maintain a log of statistics like weight, drinks, work tasks, or anything else you may need to keep track of. Categories are entirely customizable yet still allow you to generate well-formatted log entries in seconds. You can even log directly from the home-screen with home-screen widgets.

Event categories are set up in advance to minimize the interaction required to log events as they happen in real-time. Customize your categories to log combinations of quantities, text notes, gps coordinates, or go with simple categories only.

A set of charts are included that include daily sum, average, min, max, time of day, streak, and more.

Tap Log has been used to track mood, habits, calories, coffee intake, water and alcohol intake, height, vitamins, basic workouts, and much more. Apart from health and fitness, people use Tap Log's GPS and e-mail features for law enforcement, trucking mileage, expense tracking, and real estate logging. Tap Log helps some users run their small businesses.

Tap Log makes it easy to log quickly so you can focus on more important things in life.

Support:
• E-mail: [email protected]
• Twitter: @taplogger

Database transfers:
The easiest way to transfer databases is to purchase and use the backup service, but you can also transfer it manually using the following instructions. Options for manual export can be found in App Settings -> Miscellaneous

How to transfer a database from OldPhone to NewPhone:
1. On NewPhone, open Tap Log and export the DB
2. Locate the NewPhone TapLog directory (either on phone memory or SD card)
3. On OldPhone, open Tap Log and export the DB
4. Locate the OldPhone TapLog directory and copy it
5. Paste the TapLog Directory from the OldPhone over the NewPhone TapLog directory
6. Open Tap Log on the NewPhone and import the DB

Recent changes:
[+] Charts revamped
[+] Bugfixes, thanks for reporting!
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About Tap Log
Tap Log may be the easiest way to maintain a log of statistics like weight, drinks, work tasks, or anything else you may need to keep track of. Categories are entirely customizable yet still allow you to generate well-formatted log entries in seconds. You can even log directly from the home-screen with home-screen widgets.

Event categories are set up in advance to minimize the interaction required to log events as they happen in real-time. Customize your categories to log combinations of quantities, text notes, gps coordinates, or go with simple categories only.

A set of charts are included that include daily sum, average, min, max, time of day, streak, and more.

Tap Log has been used to track mood, habits, calories, coffee intake, water and alcohol intake, height, vitamins, basic workouts, and much more. Apart from health and fitness, people use Tap Log's GPS and e-mail features for law enforcement, trucking mileage, expense tracking, and real estate logging. Tap Log helps some users run their small businesses.

Tap Log makes it easy to log quickly so you can focus on more important things in life.

Support:
• E-mail: [email protected]
• Twitter: @taplogger

Database transfers:
The easiest way to transfer databases is to purchase and use the backup service, but you can also transfer it manually using the following instructions. Options for manual export can be found in App Settings -> Miscellaneous

How to transfer a database from OldPhone to NewPhone:
1. On NewPhone, open Tap Log and export the DB
2. Locate the NewPhone TapLog directory (either on phone memory or SD card)
3. On OldPhone, open Tap Log and export the DB
4. Locate the OldPhone TapLog directory and copy it
5. Paste the TapLog Directory from the OldPhone over the NewPhone TapLog directory
6. Open Tap Log on the NewPhone and import the DB

Recent changes:
[+] Charts revamped
[+] Bugfixes, thanks for reporting!

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 1, 2015
Fast logging So useful and smart
A Google User
Jun 11, 2015
Nice, simple and intuitive. Have you considered adding tasker support? Would help greatly with input automation.
A Google User
May 23, 2015
Love tap log but wish making button widgets was more intuitive. I've done it before, read the blog and still can't work out how this time round.
A Google User
May 15, 2015
For behavior analysis Tap Log has proven to be a great combination of flexibility and simplicity, allowing for a robust behavior data collection tool. Best if you really want to customize what you track and prefer to export to CSV to complete the analysis. I use Tap Log for collecting direct observation functional assessment data.
A Google User
May 11, 2015
Simple and effective The simple design and enormous capacity for customization make this surely the best means to track any life data you can think of. Changes I'd love to see: - Time stamps on the buttons to show when you last pressed them (it would save the user from checking the log) - Lock screen widgets - Button reminder notifications that allow you to record a stat within the notification (an 'Energy' notification could appear and you could then rate your current energy level 1 - 5). - The above feature incorporated into Android Wear - one tap updates on your wrist when prompted would be the ultimate convenience. - Option to prevent jumping to the log screen when you log data for a button: it's a little tedious to have to keep going back if there are several buttons you want to press at one time. - More icons - Capacity to choose colours
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