I have no idea how long I’ve had Stefan’s blog in the feedreader and probably Stefan doesn’t even know that I exist – at least after my memories we never spoke / wrote to each other. And yet, by chance, I found out about a project he was working on last year: Yonks.
There wasn’t more than a screenshot and a little bit of information, but what I saw looked promising. Towards the end of last year I at least knew that it would be an app for the days and, fittingly, I had been looking for a decent app for a long time. Sure, there were a few apps on iOS, but either they just looked shit, their functions were quite regulated or wanted to use dumb in-app purchases to get rid of advertising and actually buy normal features – and visually also looked shit out.
Yonks has been available in the app stores for a few days now and I hit it right away. Despite the few days in use, I can already make a recommendation, especially if you have bought a dog and are always asked how old the little carrot is. Likewise, everyone knows the situations in which you ask yourself how many days there are still until the first day of vacation finally arrives, how much time there is until Christmas or when you last showered. I think the scenario is clear.
The cool thing about Yonks is:
- It looks really good
- On the main screen you can set the format in which the period is displayed – if you click on it, you can also see the other time intervals such as days, weeks, months, minutes, etc.
- It looks good
- The times can be entered in the calendar with just a few clicks and thus saved for repeated appointments
- It looks good
- In addition, the next milestones such as “the first 100 days” or something similar are displayed
- It’s looking really good
Of course, you can weigh up whether it’s worth the € 2.29 that Stefan wants. But as he says, work should be paid and due to the lack of alternatives, it was immediately worth it to me without batting an eyelid. So a clear buy recommendation from me.
Yonks are available here in the iOS Store and here in the Google Play Store. And more information at this point.
I have no idea how long I’ve had Stefan’s blog in the feedreader and probably Stefan doesn’t even know that I exist – at least after my memories we never spoke / wrote to each other. And yet, by chance, I found out about a project he was working on last year: Yonks. More than …