Take a picture of yourself every day.
Be reminded at a set time, random time, or location.
Line up your face to match each day using overlays.
Make a movie of your life.
NEW IN 2.0
• Unlimited Timelines: Wanna do more than one project? Everyday your baby, a plant, your gross wound. Everyday everything. We offer unlimited timelines as an in-app purchase.
• Brand new interface: Daaaaamn this app is looking fresh and totally not dumb.
• Dropbox backup: Throw your phone in the toilet, it doesn’t matter. All your sweet photos are safely backed up in that cloud the kids talk about.
• Location based reminders: Be reminded whenever you’re in a set location, like your sad apartment.
• Random time: Set a time range to be reminded randomly within daily.
• Location: See where you took each of your photos.
• Full-resolution images: That’s your big boy.
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Find out more: http://everyday-app.com
Made by William Wilkinson & Craig Merchant. Inspired by Noah Kalina's Everyday project (everyday.noahkalina.com).
– Fix overlay sizing bug
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I really want to love it, but...
On paper this app does everything I want it to do. And I’ve been using it for years. Unfortunately it progressively is getting harder to use without frustration. Every time an update comes out I get excited that a bug may be fixed, but instead some new quirk pops up. It’s been this way since the iPhone X fist came out.
And just yesterday I started a new timeline for a new year. And now on day two the eye, mouth, and nose alignments give me a different photo than the original just one day ago. Using the semi-translucent overlay over yesterday’s photo doesn’t work either. And because it’s based on calendar date I can’t do anything but throw away the first photo or wing it until I accidentally get it to match.
The latest update says there’s a new version coming in 2019. And I’ll keep using the app until then because of emerita mostly. But if you haven’t started on your goal of taking consecutive photos, I recommend looking around to see what else is available, because these quirks will probably not be going away any time soon.
Was good, but new phone disrupts images
I’d been using this app every day for over a year and it worked pretty well. I did experience crashes when trying to save an image to the camera roll, but the app did make it possible to take daily pictures and make a video of them. I resorted to screen captures instead of saving images to the camera roll.
So far so good, until I bought a new iPhone 11 Pro. All my previous images are still there, but now the viewfinder frames the photos completely differently than they were before. I thought this was due to the new front-facing camera maybe having a different field of view, but when I leave the app and take a selfie normally, it’s completely different from the framing that’s presented in the app. In other words, I would get results more consistent with my Everyday history if I stopped using the app and just used the selfie mode in the iPhone.
I could accept the one time disruption in the orientation of the images captured with the app—it’s not ideal and is antithetical to what the app is for, but stuff happens—BUT the new framing/view is just terrible for self portraits, making my face tiny and capturing far too much of my torso. It looks distorted and I don’t know why that is.
Hopefully an update fixes this and I can resume my project without too much of a gap.
Another app that would be awesome if they would've taken one more step
It's frustrating, these apps that are almost great. Main problem: the mirroring effect. You take one picture but it spits out a mirrored image (different picture). The option that allows you to match your face up to an outline of your own face is so unthought through. Your matching your face to a mirrored image. Unless you are a model with a perfectly semetrical face you're gonna be off. In matching with grid they need one more grid line on horizontal plane to help with angle. You can line your eyes on the horizontal and nose in the vertical from a whole bunch of angles so it doesn't do the job. Easy fixes, but when people buy it anyway why spend money to fix it? There's a rhetorical answer for that question, but like the app makers, why would I bother?
- William Wilkinson
- 6.4 MB
- Photo & Video
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 2015 William Wilkinson
- In-App Purchases
- Unlimited Timelines $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.