Goodday 1.2 was released to the app store yesterday afternoon. It’s awesome and I’ve been using it for the last week. Yes, I’m biased, but there is no simpler way to track life’s important daily goals than the 5 seconds you’ll spend each day in Goodday.
The image gives away the big feature added was the ability to sort your goals. This was by far the biggest request I’d received for the app. Hundreds have updated already… have you?
Other small updates include making it easier to edit longer goals and performance improvements. iPad users can also rejoice now that the app will actually work on your device.
What’s next for Goodday? Right around the corner is a less featured lite version that’s ad supported. For paid users I’ll also be looking into some new goal types and a feature that lets the app tell you if you can give you a running comparison of this week to last week. This way you can use Goodday to tell you if you can afford to slack or not as the week goes on.
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