Recommendation for multi-platform tracking app

Hi. I’m pretty new to QS, (although not new to data management) and I’m a bit overwhelmed by the number of apps that exist for tracking personal data, and I’m having trouble finding one that does what I want.

Specifically, what I want to do is manually track several distinct stats, like use of a specific drug, vitamin, or supplement, along with mood, sleep, exercise, etc. I’d like to be able to make entries at arbitrary times and have those entries categorized, either by creating explicit categories for each metric, or by adding tags. Then, ideally, I’d like to be able to generate reports so I can cross-reference usages and behavior. More importantly, I’d like to simply see how many times in a given time period each given metric has occurred, and whether there appear to be relationships between them.

I would (obviously) prefer something free, and would definitely like something that is available both through a browser and on Android. I can live without the Android version, though.

Can anyone recommend something that meets those needs? I would deeply appreciate a recommendation!



Hi Maccabee,

I think it might be a bit hard to find a single app that will do everything you want to track (except maybe a spreadsheet) but still, some might be parts of the puzzle.

I would suggest you to have a look at those two aggregators first:

[]TicTrac( You’ll be able to import data from other apps or wearables.
]Zenobase( Might be help you to draw some relationship between your data. You can also import data from popular trackers.

I would be curious to know how will be your final setup to manage all of this if you care to post it up later.

Good luck!

Oh! Forgot another one that might be of interest to you.

Tap Log( It’s an Android app that lets you track pretty much anything you want.