Tickmate allows you to track any daily occurrences. It is a is a 1-bit journal, meaning each day is either ticked or not. You can track anything from habits you wish to build or break to how often you wash your hair.
It includes an in-app purchase to unlock track grouping for better organization. A widget is currently in development.
Tickmate for iOS was inspired by lordi/tickmate for Android.
This app was built entirely with SwiftUI 2 and uses Core Data with CloudKit sync to enable backups and multi-device sync. It uses the libraries malcommac/SwiftDate and siteline/SwiftUI-Introspect and is open-source under the BSD 2-Clause License.
I loved the original Tickmate app for Android and am really proud of what I’ve made here for iOS. There are plenty of ideas I have to build upon and deviate from the formula of the original app. Some of these include:
- iOS 14 widgets
- Siri Shortcuts
- Apple Watch app
- Reminder notifications