Great question. There are many tools out there to track something specific. Running apps not only track how much you run, but how long and where you went. Financial apps like Mint are robust and tap into your bank account. If these specific tools already help you, then by all means continue to use them. They are made by smart people doing a great job.
The usefulness behind Dayda is its simplicity, by comparison.
Throughout a single day, there are dozens of things we all try to keep track of.
Dayda is here to help you answer those questions. Sign up today if you want to start off-loading all these little data points you wish you understood better.
Dayda does two things well:
The job to be done is understanding these little daily data points at a larger scale—for example, over the past month. Dayda makes it easy to get information in and get understanding out. Anything else is overkill.
Yes. You can access www.dayda.co on your mobile web browser and bookmark it. It's a wonderful mobile web experience.
We will be providing mobile applications in both the Apple and Android marketplaces at some point in the future.
Yep! Right now it is while we test to see how many people are interested in the service.
Three friends, Matt Stockton, Jesse Vogt, and Kris Gösser, who wanted to build this for themselves and thought it was useful enough to share with others. If you have any questions, reach out on Twitter: @mstockton, @jesse_vogt, and @krisgosser.