Biorhythmia

My take on a biorhythm calculator/plotter.I wanted one for my own personal use, and couldn't find one that I liked. There are a couple of different biorhythm programs out in the store. Some are more "ornate". Others are more "verbose". Most are definitely more expensive!But I'm a "less is more" kind of guy. This particular app is for those who are share a similar bent. What it lacks in garish color - it tries to make up in functionality.I think it has a rather distinctive look and feel that sets it apart from the others (for better or worse). No multi-step wizard-like interface. You interact with the application through the tab bar at the bottom and by tapping on the main graph. Simple, clean, direct.Here's a quick synopsis on the theory. When numbers are positive (above the horizontal line in the middle of the graph) - a particular attribute is working for you. When they're negative (below the horizontal line in the middle of the graph) - a particular attribute is not working for you. When the line is hanging around the middle of the chart be careful - these are transition days. Transitions are messy.You either believe such things carry some weight or you don't. If you don't - don't download the app - you're just setting yourself up for disappointment. Life's too short. It support multiple users. There's no pseudo-prose - I'm a visual and numbers kind of guy. It supports 3 different scales - pinch and un-pinch. You can target a selected date way into the future or way into the past - it's not locked on to the current day.There are some other features - download the app and try it out if your curious - you can always delete it afterwards :) - although, of course, I'd rather you didn't.I'd like to thank Glyphish for the icons - saved me a lot of effort and they're very nicely done.
Price USD 0
License Free
File Size 666.26 kB
Version 3.5
Operating System iOS
System Requirements Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later. iTunes account required