Carpe Diem Daily
A list of daily ‘do’s’ – new things you can do everyday
Carpe Diem Daily Review
by on May 18, 2010
This app definitely fits into the ‘personal wellbeing’ category. It essentially suggests things for you to do – a batch of daily ‘do’s’ according to the creators.
The little hints are varied – some are humorous, others thought-provoking and some will lead to self-improvement (some of them are produced by the School of Life) – or so you’d hope.
The app’s biggest flaw is that you actually have to start the app up each day.
If you’re anything like us, remembering to do something on a daily basis is a road to nowhere. When you say you’ve completed a task, this is recorded on a calendar, so you can see which days you forgot (to start the app).
The whole idea is that you enter your responses to the task into the app so you can see them again, as well as upload them to the associated carpediemdaily.com website.
You can also tweet your daily tasks directly from the app. Not life changing then, but it could turn into quite a nice little routine if you do a dull daily commute.
Buy this app: Download the Carpe Diem Daily app now
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