Featured by Apple in Best New Apps, plus Gizmodo, LifeHacker, TheNextWeb, and AppAdvice!
When’s the last time you foiled a bank robbery? Rescued a kitten from a burning building? Complimented your mother-in-law?
Wonder no longer with Recur, the reverse to-do list that helps you keep track of all the amazing stuff you’ve done.
When you do something that you want to remember – like saving the planet from a race of evil sloths – just add a new event in Recur. You can check back at any time to see how long it’s been since that fateful day. If the Sloth-Men are foolish enough to attack (ever-so-slowly) again, you can refresh the event to update its counter and timestamp.
And as an extra tool for your utility belt, Recur comes with powerful repeating reminders to guarantee you’ll never forget the mundane stuff, like washing your cape or walking your invisible dog.
· See how long it’s been since you first acquired your superpowers
· Track how many times you’ve had to replace your sidekick
· Set up repeating reminders so you never forget to clean your secret base
· Import refreshed events into everyone’s favorite sadistic to-do list, CARROT
· Bask in the glory of a user interface designed specifically for iOS 7
What are you waiting for? Download Recur today – or risk the wrath of Lord Slowpoke and his Sinister Sloth-Men!
Bug fixes and performance improvements.
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Good app! I look forward to updates!
Good app! I am enjoying it. I would like some things added:
One count for the day of entry button so I don’t have to put in the date each time I want a count. I like the feature it does already have where you select date that it was completed, but I want additional button that is instant for the day of.
I would also like to be able to add tasks without counting them as done the instant I added a task, so that I can come back and add counts to them as I complete them. thank you for this good app! I look forward to updates!:-)
not just for exercise
this app is great for tracking work on any open-ended projects where progress is best measured by time repeatedly devoted to it: learning an instrument or a language, writing a book or music: anything where breaking the project down into discrete action steps would be too artificial and constraining.
recur helps me keep my priorities in balance: thank you so much for implementing this so cleanly and practically: it's quick and SO useful!
I love the app but hate the write up
Your description could well discourage people from getting this app. I suggest you instead focus on actual life utility. How long since you last ..saw a certain doctor? ..washed your car? ..called your mom? ..since your cat ran away? ..since that major surgery? ..how many times have you done...?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.