No Zero Days 4+

Be someone you're proud of‪.‬

Elliot Nash

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.3 • 47 Ratings
    • Free

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Be someone you're proud of.

This app is meant to help people live happier, healthier, and more content lives through encouragement of personal growth, and service to others.

No emails, passwords, streaks, chains, or bugging you with reminders.

How does it work?
No Zero days is a very simple app. It does almost nothing. You can mark an activity as complete for a day simply by tapping a category box. If you press and hold a box, you can add a note for that category for that day.

Scroll up and down to see the past few weeks, and scroll all the way up to see some basic stats and visualizations of the last 30 days.

Press and hold the logo to access settings.

That’s it - no zero days does nothing else. It is meant to simply join your day to day routine and help you remember to take at least one action each day that helps yourself or others. Easy right?

What’s New

Version 1.8

Easily move your data from one device to another, using the "Sync" feature in settings.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
47 Ratings

47 Ratings

justletmepost ,

Fine app for the right person

If you are looking for an in-depth tracker with goals and timelines and alarms, this app isn’t for you. But if you are looking for a simple app to track goal categories in a binary way, this is your app! 4 categories of achievements that you can mark as completed, plus the ability to leave a note for yourself. Simple and easy.

The one thing I would add is the ability to make the 4 categories configurable by the user. While Create, Help, Learn, and Health make sense as default categories, I’d like to be able to change those to meet my own needs.

Developer Response ,


Thank you so much for the review! Sorry for not making this more clear - but you can press and hold the logo to customize the four categories:)

NegativeBiasBelch ,

Would be an awesome app if it weren’t so broken

I love the concept, but I’m unable to appreciate the app due to bugs. For instance, when I create a custom note and attempt to then view it by clicking the post-it note icon in the GUI, it either goes to the “Created” note tab or, if I do the same in the lifeline page for the category in question, I have to wrestle with the touch interface to drag the note into view.

In spite of what the developer has said in this review section about being able to hold down the “created/learned/helped/health” category tiles to customize them, I could not do so. Instead, holding down those tile buttons brought up a menu to add a custom note. I even tried holding down the header of this custom note menu (which has one of the four categories as it’s title) and I could not make it editable.

Anyway, this is a good app if you’re willing to take the categories as given. However, I wanted the parameters of my non-zero day project to be a little less abstract and more tied to specific changes I’m trying to make.

Perhaps my complaints are only relevant on iOS? I am not sure. In any case, the app can’t be made to do what I desire. If you want to fit into the dev’s “box” however, it’s not a terrible set of four categories if you don’t mind how abstract tracking instances of “helped/created/learned/health” is.

CinematicV ,

Great motivation that could use improvements

Simple, effective and easy to use. I wish there was a way to save the inspirational quotes that appear when you first open the app each day. They disappear and you can’t access them again. It could also be nice to be able to choose what you want to focus on daily, as opposed to feeling like a failure if you didn’t complete one of the pieces. For example, if your focus is to create everyday, we should be able to select just that rather than having to do all of them.

Developer Response ,

Hi CinematicV,

Thank you so much for the comments! I will work on a way to let you copy the comments to your clipboard so you can paste them in a text, or email, or anywhere else. Re: being able to choose what to focus on - please don't feel that you must complete all four each day. Marking only one gives you a non zero day :) I only have four there because I felt any one of those actions made the day greater than zero. It's either making you better, or helping someone else - both make the world a better place :) I will think of ways to make this more clear in the UI

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