DayCount can remember all your events, alert you when you want to be reminded
and track your time, so you focus on what’s important to you, and boost your
productivity - day in, day out. Features • Countdown the years, months,
weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds until your events....
Very easy to use and really nice design. Keep in mind that the free version is there for you to evaluate it so some features are restricted. If you want the full version it is subscription based which a lot of developers are going to so they can continue to provide updates. Honestly if you can’t afford $8 a year to support people that provide useful tools than you have bigger issues than keeping track of some dates. Giving a negative review because it’s not free is like not going to the gas station because they charge for gas. Try this ap, you will love it
Calendars can be so cumbersome when you just want to track events one at a time without having to go back and do all the math yourself. This app has helped me organize my life and stay sober, of all things. It’s great for tracking big events, like holidays and birthdays, and is even useful for little things, like remembering how long it’s been since you’ve gotten a haircut or cleaned out your pets food bowl. Opening up the service with a one time purchase point (vs a subscription) was what really convinced to buy this app. I highly recommend this one.
It forces you to think and plan ahead when it comes to coping. I'm still trying to figure out a way to get myself and clients to actuator remember to open and use the app when in distress. Reminders are annoying so I don't know that those are the answer. I love the simplicity and don't want to convolute the app at all but I wonder if creating some sort of streak feature for opening the app and doing an action would cue memory. Even if nothing chamges, get this app because it is so helpful and worth it.
Great but missing watch app
This app is perfect, helps me keep track of my daily habits and make sure I challenge myself to maintain the longest streak possible for multiple habits. 4 stars for a clean and easy to use user interface and functionality. I would give 5 stars if there was a simple watch app that let me see my streak counts and have reminders or something of the like to notify me on my watch to keep my streak going, some kind of encouragement feature or something. That would make this app an absolute perfect 5 star app. Hope the developers add the feature some day. In general though, really it’s a great app.
Exactly what it should be!
All these reviews about what it’s missing are not actual reviews! The app was made to count your days, if that’s what you want, this is it for you. Ever since I got it, it’s been amazing. I never had issues, and I was able to track my events accordingly. If you think having to pay to change pictures for each count is extra, then don’t pay. Don’t go and rate anything lower than a five start just because you think it’s extra?
Pretty good for tracking days, but...
I’m enjoying the fully paid version to track multiple events in the past (last addiction indulges) and events coming up in the future. It works great for that! BUT...the Streak feature is pretty unintuitive. I’ve enabled Streaks for certain events, but whenever I reset the days counter it seems like I need to manually reset the streak as well. If I don’t, the streak just continues counting like nothing happened. But if I have to manually reset, the streak just goes back to zero. So how do I know my longest streak? For such a vital tool for tracking addiction-breaking progress, I have no earthly idea how to use it...and I’m an engineer!
Update to previous review
I had a problem where my app wasn’t updating if I deleted or added an event. Talked with the developer and we determined it was because I didn’t have iCloud enabled. Not sure if it will be fixed in the future so I don’t have to have iCloud enabled... either way it works great now! Love the app. First countdown app I’ve kept longer than a month.
This is a good app it works really well however you can only have 3 countdowns at a time unless you want to pay 7.99 per year. I’m not going to spend my money on that when I have a calendar so it seems a bit much. It would be better if they would cost less per year. This app also won’t let you edit a count down with out paying for it I have to delete the count down and then add it back so I can make a edit. For example I went to change a date in my count down because it was wrong but I couldn’t edit it without paying the 7.99 a year so I had to delete the count down and then remake it.
Would have been 5 stars
I used this to keep track of lots of things that needed to be done periodically. The app broke with the new iOS update, and instead of fixing it (even though the developer said it was fixed), they recommended reinstalling the app. That sounds fine and dandy, except I lost all of the dates I was tracking by doing so and had no way to see them to back them up beforehand. I won’t be using this app any longer if the developer can’t fix their own app after an Apple update. That’s especially true since this app is intended to track dates you need to know. What a waste...
Simple, functional, inspirational.
I like this app because it has a clean and simple interface that is easy to use and loads quickly. I don’t want frills when it comes to tracking my time. I just want to check in and gain inspiration from the slow increase of days and of different items I’m tracking. DayCount provides that. Thank you!
If I bought it why take it away.
I had this app on my old iPhone and could keep track of more than 3 events. When I got my new iPhone now I’m limited to 3 events. You took away what I already paid for. Isn’t that stealing? That’s what I’d call it. Of course I can upgrade for what I already paid for. Who polices this stuff? How can you get away with it?
I like the layout, and the versatility of the app. It doesn't sent nonsense notifications, which is always a plus. The only thing I don't like is that the iPhone widget only shows counters, but not streaks. Please please please integrate that! The streak counter and design is one of the main reasons I chose this app over others, and would love to be able to see my progress without having to open the app every time.
I did not get this app for the large range of functions that it offers for pay, but if I needed to I could easily just go to a variety of websites/apps in order to fulfill these tasks for free. What this app should be is a day counter as described and nothing more, I don’t believe that the bundle is useful, and paying for backgrounds? I don’t think I ever will. Other than that, it does what it’s supposed to. It counts down the days from a point for me, and helps me with yearly anniversaries.
This app has been really helpful with counting down to major life events. It even shows hours, minutes, and seconds. My only complaints are that you can't have more than three events at a time and that ads keep popping up, but both of those could change if I were to upgrade to the paid version. Otherwise, the app works really well!
Looks like a great app, IF YOU PAY FOR IT
The app itself looks nice and seems like it has a lot of features for someone who feels like paying for the full version, but with the free version, you have access to almost NOTHING. You can’t even edit a date that you enter wrong without purchasing the upgrade. You have to delete the event and make a new one. Keeping track of how many days until/since an event is not only free to google search, but also not important enough that I feel I should have to pay for it, when other apps will work without a purchase.
No. DayCount does not seem very safe to us. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 21,377 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.7/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for DayCount Is 18.5/100.
No. DayCount does not seem legit based on our analysis. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 21,377 DayCount User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for DayCount Is 18.5/100.
DayCount works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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