Apoklisi is a minimalistic daily goal tracker that represents your progress through an eclipse. By completing your goals, the moon and the sun will remain in balance leaving you with a perfect eclipse. Missing your goals however will cause a divergence, an apoklisi. The moon will drift further away from the sun and towards the goals that need more attention.
The symbolic eclipse gives you a bird’s eye view of your progress without overwhelming you with information. Want more details? Tap on a goal on your iPhone and your daily progress will appear around the sun. Apoklisi’s tracking algorithm will reward you if you exceed your goals, so you don’t need to feel guilty for taking the occasional sick day.
- Complete your goals to maintain the eclipse
- Choose from dozen of preset goals
- Make your own custom goals on your phone
- Set the bar too low or too high? No problem edit your goals as you please
- iCloud will keep your goals in sync on your iPhone or Apple Watch
- Schedule your goals daily, or on whichever days you want
- Quickly visualize your past progress using the innovative solar rays chart
- Track your progress from either your phone or your watch
- Keep your eyes safe at night using dark mode
- Use the iOS widgets for a quick glance of your progress
New year, new you, new me, new apoklisi.
- You can now edit your goals
- The rays in the tracking view now use different shades to indicate when you completed a goal
- The rays now have a dot on them to indicate that day's target
- The particle effects no longer show up in the tracking view to make it easier to see your graphs
- Minor UI changes, improvements and bug fixes
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Great concept. Needs additional work though
I love the minimalist concept and the design is quite nice. However, some basic functionality is missing, such as the ability to edit existing habits, to view your habit history or mark a habit as complete on a prior day if you forgot to log it.
Also, as of yet, it’s only possible to assign habits to specific days of the week, not number of times per week. So, if I want to meditate three times a week, I’m forced to select, say, mon/wed/fri. Then if I meditate on Tuesday it won’t affect the eclipse.
Also, the home screen widget does not reflect the actual eclipse shown in the app - just one of a handful of images showing various states of overlap. The widget images also need a bit of anti-aliasing work to render nicely, at least on my smaller iPhone 8 screen.
If the app keeps on under development (and perhaps someday interfaces with the Shortcuts or Health apps), it could be a favorite of mine, as the concept is very nice.
Developer Response ,
Hi Brian, thanks for trying Apoklisi and thank you for your feedback. Editing a goal didn't make it in time for the launch, but good news, the feature was fast tracked and is now available as of v1.1.5.
To see your previous progress, tap on the goal on your iPhone. Rays will form around the moon showing you your past progress. This was further refined in v1.1.5 which shows how you faired versus your target. More details will be exposed in an upcoming release.
The rest of your comments are very valuable and will be evaluated and considered for future releases.
Thank you and have a wonderful day
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