Chicago, Illinois – TraxItAll Software is proud to announce the up and coming release of What I Did as an iPad app this Wednesday, November 15, 2017. This combined Calendar and To-Do list app has been in development for three years, since November of 2014; the design work began some time even before that. At this time TraxItAll has released only a general description of the app, both on its website and to the press. More details will be provided shortly before launch next week.
According to David Canfield, president of TraxItAll Software, “I began this project as an indie developer because I felt a need to have a simple record of what had been going on in my life, and to be able to actually see just what I had accomplished in the past year. When I considered standard calendar apps, it seemed clear that while they can be great for scheduling appointments, they did not provide an easy way to answer that question. So, work began on What I Did. Along the way, it turned into a much bigger project than what we initially expected, but the focus always remained the same, to give Users a way to answer that question. As we worked on it, however, we realized that an app like this could, in addition, be quite useful for handling To-Do’s that have a specific deadline. For example, such simple matters related to your car as ‘Change Oil on the Ford Fusion’ or ‘Deadline for City Sticker.’ Or, business matters such as, ‘Has Editor Replied?’ We’re very pleased that we are finally bringing this app to market, and look forward to sharing more with you about it next week!”
TraxItAll Software is only releasing limited information about What I Did at this time, i.e., mainly focusing on what it does, not on how it works. Therefore, the website press kit currently contains only a single screenshot, and no videos of the app. TraxItAll plans to release to the press additional screen shots, as well as some videos, shortly before it goes live. Members of the tech press who would like full information ahead of time, including an opportunity to join the beta test of the app, are asked to contact David at TraxItAll.
Pricing and Availability:
What I Did will use the freemium model. So, users will be able to download the app for free to see if the like it. After they have entered 20 Items, they will have the choice to purchase a subscription via IAP for one year, three years, or five years. Pricing for the different What I Did subscriptions has not yet been finalized. What I Did is set to go live on the App Store on Wednesday, November 15, 2017.
TraxItAll Software is a privately-held Chicago-based company that produces productivity software for smartphone devices. It began operation in 2003, initially offering TraxItAll on the Palm OS platform in November of 2004. In March of 2010 TraxItAll was migrated to the iPhone, and in August of 2010 a second product, Gold Stars and Check Marks, was released for the iPhone. Copyright (C) 2003-2017 TraxItAll Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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