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Hi-- I got so frustrated with trying to lose weight while on Risperdal that I decided to try to make my own diet app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rfo.speakcc&hl=en So far I have been losing about 0.25lbs a week for the past 250 days (with some ups and downs: It still has some glitches but I really like it because it uses voice entry mostly which I think is the easiest way to track calories. There is also a $0.99 version that has keyboard entry I have a friend who is working on making an iOS version.
I thought I'd post this thread because I've recently come across some great android apps for crazy people. Please feel free to share! Do tell whether your apps are for Android or iPhone or what, though, because unfortunately we can't use each other's Moodlytics is, bar none, the best mood tracker I've found. It has the capacity to annoy the shit out of you remind you as often as you want to input your mood, back up your data, and it even does handy graphs for those times when you sense your psychiatrist needs to look at some pretty colors because you're using words of too many syllables to explain your mood. Cons: I have no idea how you can add backdated moods but I hope they're working on it. There's also quite a bit of Engrish in there... I'm enjoying it as some flavor (they defined all the moods with a specific color!?) but it might get on your nerves if you dislike that. Runner up: T2 Mood Tracker. Developed by the US government; this app records more data than you can shake a stick at and also does multiple moods a day. I found that it felt like it almost recorded too much data, it seemed so difficult to customize that I never did it, and it asked about really too much stuff related to mood at a time for someone who wanted to fill it out multiple times a day, but YMMV. (It does support multiple times a day.) The other app I'm really loving is called MyChain, and it works on a motivation hack. The premise is simple: you tell it an activity you want to complete at least once a day and then you add a widget to your screen that tells you the number of days you've done it in a row. The objective is "Don't break the chain!" and I have to say, knowing that I've been able to do something (or NOT do something) 28 or 16 days in a row is pretty powerful motivation. --- What apps have you found that speak specifically to needs that crazy people might have? Or just general needs, for organization or getting things done or whatever?