To keep better tabs on all those New Year's resolution pounds you promised to lose or miles you want to run, Daytum's new iPhone app offers their personal data tracking service in a concise mobile form. Daytum allows you to document your life one category at a time, and then relays the timeline with a slew of beneficial charts and averages. I've started using it to track all my travel—miles flown, hotel nights stayed and airports visited.
The app allows you to work offline—adding, editing and deleting entries—as well as keep track of favorite items for quick reference. Other tools, such as those for switching between accounts, graphing data or providing convenient access for common functions help the app retain its purpose of everyday use. Fully integrated with Daytum's site, the app can be used in tandem or stand-alone and for existing users it will import all of the past data you've entered at daytum.com.
Having a look at Daytum co-founder Nicholas Felton's "Annual Reports" gives real insight into just how interesting personal tracking can be, as well as the full ways Daytum can help you communicate your unique information. The app is free from iTunes , and Daytum offers both a free or $4/month subscription service.