Logger makes it easy to track what's important.

I've just "launched" the private beta for my iOS app, Logger. It makes it incredibly easy to track/journal anything. Movies you watch, investment opportunities, what you eat, etc. You pick the fields/schema and input methods. No mantra about how what/how you should be tracking, it's completely personal to you. This feature is not available yet, but you'll be able to very easily export to CSV.

If that sounds exciting to you, and you'd like to join the Private Beta, please take a look at this.

Thank you!

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    I am interested, but alas, I'm on Android. Nevertheless, if you get more details of how it works (website/landing page, etc), please post it here.

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      Thank you, and sorry about that. I know as an Android user it can be quite annoying that many apps are iOS only/first. At one point I thought about going the React Native route and making it cross-platform, but developing natively in SwiftUI is so much faster as a solo dev, and the iOS market is much more profitable.

      I do see Logger being cross platform eventually, but I don't think it will happen for quite some time.

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        I think that is a good plan. No worries. Us solopreneurs have to think in terms of catch-per-unit-effort all the time (it's a commercial fishing term) and make decisions. You made the right one, to my mind. Good luck!

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