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Might sound more broadly related to productivity, but i've lately taken to using the android app 'Thing Counter' for its home screen widgets that i can modify with text reminders such as 'Awareness returned?' 'Continously aware 1min' 'Hearing 1 min' 'Attention/Peripheral' 'Body Scan' - So i'll hit the counter for every 1 minute of continuous awareness and every time the home screen reminds me to be aware, and it will keep a score. You can modify the values to countdown if you want too. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.sleak.thingcounter&hl=en
Aside from that i'll use google keep reminders throughout the day and MindBell for random bell ringing.
Eu instalei esse aplicativo no celular https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.sleak.thingcounter&hl=pt_BR e toda a vez que eu levava a unha a boca, eu dava o check lá. Todos os dias eu reiniciava a contagem (o aplicativo vai gravando em que ponto a contagem estava quando você reiniciou, aí dá pra acompanhar a evolução).
Com o tempo, só em criar o hábito de contabilizar quantas vezes eu fazia isso e parar imediatamente com o ato após o check foi o suficiente para eu parar.
Eu roia unha sem nem mesmo precisar de um gatilho, era algo absurdamente "invisível" pra mim, quando eu percebia, já tinha roído a unha toda.
Maybe something like Thing Counter?
It's not really a checklist (not sure if it can "cross out"). But it does allow to have multiple counters and decrease them with a tap.
Thing Counter. The default calculator widget in AOSP has widget support. Not sure about whatever ROM your using, but this is the same calculator that has widget support.
This app is popular for shiny hunting: https://shinyhunt.com/
Only detriment is you can't have two counters on screen at once, I would recommend a different app for that, just a generic counter type like this one
If you're looking for a convenient counter, how about a phone app?
If you have an Android phone, Thing Counter is really good. It's a free and (more importantly) open source so it doesn't collect your data or do anything like that to make a profit.
settings app been open for 118 hours in the past 7 days
also I downloaded the pornhub apk directly from them and thats my next most used app at 20 hours in the past 7 days
this is my 3rd most used app at 4 hours in the last 7 days
It hasn't been updated in 6 years but still works fine for me:
There's also this habit trackers like HabitHub.
Lastly maybe try something like Memento to create your own tracker?
Since I'm a multi-hunter, I use Thing Counter. It keeps track of time, phases, and it's really simple.
Poketch is nice if you're doing one hunt and know what the actual odds of the method are.
I'm not sure if it will perfectly meet what you need but try Thing Counter
It's a simple free counting app but you can name a counter like Gas and set it to increase or decrease by certain amounts like increments of 10... So each press adds 10 or removes 10
For this counter:
For a counter that will give you stats from your last year:
Not sure if either are on iPhone.
I used Thing Tracker to track my new decks back during Dominaria standard. I've gotten out of the habit since then, but it works really well.
Searched for "counting app". Found this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.sleak.thingcounter&hl=en_US
There's a very useful app titled Thing Counter that sounds like it may do what you're after.
I'm using an android app that I've just written out the missions myself. tsmt is terribly outdated.
In some cases I'm only entering the major mission. For example the career arcs that require 350 hits and 90 homers...since I homer like 50% of the time I'm sure to have 175 homers by the time I have 350 hits, so I just track hits.
I like this app because you can make it what you want, color code, group, and have multiple counters on screen at once.
It's really helpful for the single game missions though. Obviously with stat grinding it should just happen when it happens, but with SGMs you need to pay attention and actively track stats as they occur.
Thing Counter https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.sleak.thingcounter&hl=en_US
This really doesn't help OP, but there's an android app called Thing Counter that you can do just this. It's pretty easy to use and has a lot of freedom in how you set up a counter. Might be worth taking a look at.
Well, a smartwatch like fitbit, mi fit etc can in many cases auto detect activitys like jogging, cycling, sleeping etc.
This in combination with a counter app(there is a better one that i've used, just can't remember the name right now) and RescueTime.
The two hard parts about this is:
For those folks who want to go high-tech, here's the Android app Thing Counter.
Technically you can use it for hit points, lay on hands, sorcery points, and whatever else floats your class boat. :)
There's apps that count whatever you want to name the specific counter.
OP appears to be using Tally Counters, an iOS app.
I personally use Thing Counter (which I can recommend) on my android phone, though not to count the same things OP uses it for.
There are many others, of course (Android, iOS^(1)).
^(1): Does Apple not have an official app search function on their website?
My utility loadout consists of:
Thing Counter - Great counter, incredibly versatile.
RPG Simple Dice - Once again, very versatile. Not really essential, but I find myself using it a fair amount
Spectroid - Audio spectrum analyzer, I use it to find the resonant frequency of things, which once again is not inherently super useful but is very cool.
Pydroid 3 - A bit bigger than these others, but very useful if I need to code something up quickly on the fly.
DV File Explorer & Gallery - My preferred file explorer.
Writer Plus - Possibly my most used app, an absolutely wonderful markdown text editor that feels great to use.
Decrypto - I don't use it often, by when I need it it's incredibly useful. Allows you to encrypt and decrypt text with a variety of ciphers from ancient to modern
Open Camera - If your stock camera app doesn't have the flexibility you desire, this is great.
I use an android app called Thing Counter to track ammo, stamina, health, and resolve. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.sleak.thingcounter
Thing Counter, an app that let's you keep cool or coded counters. It's even material and had widgets! (Sept 2015)
This doesnt have the bells and whistles but is able to have multiple separate counters https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.sleak.thingcounter&hl=en_CA&gl=US
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.sleak.thingcounter Would be lost without this
This might do what you are after: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.sleak.thingcounter
Me and u/TimurKut have finally released our board game about apex legends! (I wrote the rules and game mechanics, he made all the templates)
That means... WE HAVE PINNED ALL RULES AND ALL TEMPLATES, SO YOU CAN PRINT AND START PLAYING RIGHT NOW!
We started making this project previous summer, but because of the school we had to stop the development and only now were we able to finish everything.
It is needed to say that this is a wargame and it may have balancing flaws since it is our first time doing something that big, but we still hope that the game will be enjoyable and fun. The game is heavily based on the Apex itself, that's why it is so complex in most of the aspects.
You'll need to do a lot of calculations so in order to remember everything you'll a Counter App and you will also need 100 sided dice(that you can also find online).
Our game features ALL legends and ALL weapons(season 5-wise) thus giving you lots of ways to strategize your play. And like in the Apex, good synergy can heavily increase your chances of winning, so you need to keep in mind legends' abilities. It's also important to say that this game allows you to play either as a one-man-squad, or to have a team of 3 where every legend is controlled by a real person. It is also possible to have solos and duos, it's up to you, but the game was designed for 2-6 players, so things can get heated up quickly once that limit is breached.
We have made a giant (125cmx75cm) arena for ourselves, but for people that don't have hell of a lot materials around them we will be publishing foldable arena(presumably in December) that you can print and make yourself. Also for people that have 3d printers we will be publishing a list of 3d models that will replace paper miniatures and enchance gameplay!
If this project gets enough attention-we'll update the game to the latest version! (season 6)
And if you're confused with the rules - don't worry, we'll probably be releasing tutorial video that will explain everything.
If you have any suggestions you can email us at [email protected]
We're also open to donations :3 https://paypal.me/dressedbot?locale.x=ru_RU (This PayPal account isn't ours because we're not adult yet)
THIS IS SEASON 5
Me and u/decoy_maker have released our board game about apex legends! (I made all the templates and he wrote all the rules)
So, we have pinned all templates!
That's sad, but because of season 6 trailer, our game
You'll need to do a lot of calculations so in order to remember everything you'll a Counter App and you will also 100 sided dice (that you can also find online).
Our game features ALL legends and ALL weapons (at least for season 5) thus giving you lots of ways to strategize your play. And like in the Apex, good synergy can heavily increase your chances of winning, so you need to keep in mind legends' abilities. It's also important to say that this game allows you to play either as a one-man-squad, or to have a team of 3 where every legend is controlled by a real person. It is also possible to have solos and duos, it's up to you, but the game was designed for 2-6 players, so things can get heated up quickly once that limit is breached.
Keep in mind that this is our first try in making a board game and soon we will be either reworking the whole thing or making another project, so keep looking for news.
If you have any suggestions you can email us at [email protected] (or write to reddit direct)
Probably we will make season 6 update, if we will get at least 1k upvotes or 5 downloads
I used this (Android) app – super simple but pretty effective!
The best I've found so far. Neat little dashboard too.
The "Thing Counter" app will do exactly what you want. See screenshot. https://imgur.com/jFeVAcp.jpg https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.sleak.thingcounter
It's actually called Thing Counter. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.sleak.thingcounter I really like it bc it's a visual on my home screen.