The new app Aumi is built by and for anyone on the autism spectrum.
Developed by 18-year-old Ethan Shallcross, the new self-care app wants to help make everyday life a little bit easier and to reduce anxiety, burnout, and meltdowns.
In the multi-faceted app, users can log their activity through the day to help prevent burnout.
You can view mood and energy levels over time in easy-to-understand graphs. That can help provide a way to plan a day without feeling exhausted.
The app will provide periodic notification to help log a current mood. It’s also possible to log energy level and mood with a Control Center widget.
A profile section will let you tell people about yourself easily.
To help carry out tasks in a stressful situation, there is also a checklists section.
Aumi is designed for the iPhone and can be downloaded now on the App Store for $2.99.