WillDo - Lifelog tells us future 4+

TOSHIKI TAKEUCHI

Designed for iPhone

    • Free

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Description

WillDo is the novel application which supports your task management by predicting your future based on your lifelog.

This app informs you your future derived from your lifelog, schedule and tasks. The prediction results get to be seen by using this app for a few days, and get more accurate for long-term use. Log data is also available to review your past behavior, which may tell you a new discovery about you.

Key Features:
• Home
- This view tells you about your future with face icons and short messages.
- The face icon at the center and the short message at the top show how you will work on your tasks today at 5 degrees.
- The face icons at the bottom show status of the following week. A selected face shows the message in the same way.
- Lifelogs are displayed around the center face like a clock works. Inner circle means AM, and outer one means PM.
- Also registered plans are displayed along the lifelogs.
• Lifelog
- You can record your daily life as the following category: task, leisure, meal, move, sleep and other.
- WillDo offers the intuitive interface to you. The center handle can be steered like a clock with a finger.
- Logging a task progress helps estimate the time you finish the task completely.
• Task manager
- You can manage tasks for logging.
• Calendar
- You can input your own plans. Plans of you helps the accurate future prediction.
- Registered plans are shown in home view along the lifelog chart, which remember you the next plan.
• Log Data
- The data you have logged is available for review of your behavior.
• Settings
- Settings about the notification which remember you the logging your life.

The fundamental technology behind this app is researched and developed by Cyber Interface Lab., Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo.

What’s New

Version 1.2.4

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- Support iOS 9
- Fix a bug about date cell

App Privacy

The developer, TOSHIKI TAKEUCHI, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

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