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iTrackIt - Keep Track of Stuff

Make a difference in your life by keeping track of something you care about

Make a difference in your life by keeping track of something you care about

iTrackIt - Keep Track of Stuff

by New Mills Computer Ltd
iTrackIt - Keep Track of Stuff

What is it about?

Make a difference in your life by keeping track of something you care about.

iTrackIt - Keep Track of Stuff

App Details

Productivity Finance
Last updated
December 6, 2015
Release date
December 17, 2010

App Store Description

Make a difference in your life by keeping track of something you care about.

iTrackIt is an app to keep track of anything and everything. If you can put a number on it, you can track it with iTrackIt. calls it "a powerhouse of an app."

Get started analysing your life's numbers today - in the app, or export them in CSV format to do with as you please.

Here are some examples of things you could start tracking today:

* Expenses (any number of categories)
* Hours spent on projects / with clients
* Calories consumed
* Weight loss
* Exercise miles / heart rates
* Baby height/weight
* Gas/Electricity meter readings
* Account Balances
* Athletic performances / race results
* Books read / reading diary
* Units of alcohol consumed
* Miles driven
* Hours spent asleep
* Electricity usage
* Football team position in league
* Golf scores
* Films watched
* Class gradebook
* Maximum/minimum temperatures
* Team scores/results

One of the things that makes iTrackIt unique is that it lets you assign any number of values to any number of tracks with a single record. You can design records to suit your 'keeping track of' needs and you specify the tracks to best fit your own needs too. Why let a purpose-built app make those decisions for you?

For example, if I drink a pint of beer in a pub, I might want to add £2.90 to a track called 'Beer', 1.5 to a track called 'Units', 300 to a track called 'Calories', and 1 to a track called 'Real Ale', if that's what it was.

Or I might want to record the price of a train ticket to London on a track called 'Train Tickets' so I can see how much I am spending per month on that cost; but also on 'Virgin' because it was their train; 'Reclaimable' because it was a work trip; 'Strategy Meeting' because that's what I went to and 'Credit Card' because that was how I paid for it.

We wrote iTrackIt because we realised we were using several apps for roughly the same purpose - keeping track of calories consumed, miles cycled, money spent on eating out, electricity meter readings, etc. Why not have them all on the same screen, in the same app?


iTrackIt lets you:

- aggregate values based on time periods. For example, over time I can use iTrackIt to monitor my annual, monthly, weekly or daily (!) consumption of 'Real Ale', or how much money I spend on 'Train Tickets' per year, month, week, and so on.

- compare aggregated values between consecutive time periods. For example, I can compare how many 'Calories' I consumed this week with how many I consumed last week. This information is displayed on a bar and line graph.

- export track data in CSV format.

- find the maximum, minimum and average values on a track for a given time period. For example, I'm keeping track of the maximum and minimum temperatures in my garden. For a given month I can see what the overall maximum and minimum temperatures were. I'm also monitoring my Electricity Usage, so I can find out what the average amount used is per day.

- group tracks together and aggregate over them. For example, if I have tracks following my 'Miles run', 'Miles walked' and 'Miles cycled', I can add up all the values in a group called 'Exercise Miles'. Or if I have individual tracks for each kind of thing I spend money on I can find the total (or average) spent. If I have tracks set up for each of my bank, credit card, loan or savings accounts, I can group them into 'Accounts' and add them to discover my overall financial health. If I have tracks following how much I spend on 'Train Ticket', 'Rental Car', 'Bus', 'Flight Ticket' and 'Taxi', I can group them under 'Transport' and sum the values to find out how much I spend on 'Transport' altogether. The same track can belong to any number of groups.

- design a complicated record assigning many values added to different tracks, which you can easily duplicate to the current date and time.

New features in the works, regular updates planned.

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