Pretty Progress β€” Beautiful countdown widgets on your iPhone’s home screen

Hey, Product Hunt πŸ‘‹
I’m very excited to publish my first product here!

Short story πŸ“–

I had a widget on my phone’s Home Screen showing the text “Memento Mori” (remember that you are going to die). I wanted to see a progress bar near it showing the percentage of my life that had passed (theoretically a man lives 8 years). I searched on the App Store and none of the things I found convinced me.

So I build my own app with my custom design! (I’m a designer and I learnt SwiftUI to build it)

I took it a step further and now I bring it to you. It is the first app I develop myself, so any feedback is more than welcome.

The app πŸ“±

Pretty Progress allows you to create beautiful Countdowns, Timers and Progress Bar widgets and add them on your Home Screen.

Track and remind yourself about the important things on the device you use every day with “Always On” reminders. Create your own custom countdown widgets, add them to your Home Screen and keep the important things always visible.

Your life goals, The Matrix release, your mother’s birthday, project deadlines… What better place to remind yourself about the things that matter?

What to track? πŸ”

πŸŽ„ Countdown to Christmas
πŸ‘΅πŸ» Days to your mother’s birthday
🏝 Countdown to your next holidays
πŸ“… Days until Product Hunt release deadline
πŸ›« Days left until your next trip
πŸ’ͺ Percentage of your gym routine complete
πŸ’ Days left until your wedding anniversary
🎬 Countdown to The Matrix release
πŸ‘΄πŸ» Days until retirement
πŸ’― Percentage of the year, month, week…
πŸ«– Days left until your kombucha is fermented
πŸ’΅ Countdown to taxes submission
🐣 Days until your new child comes to the world
✍️ Countdown to that important exam
🏈 Days until Superbowl
Track whatever you want!

Just found out that some users using iOS 15.0 may have some issues and widgets won’t appear properly. Working on fixing it, but updating your device will solve it.

– Rodrigo SaΓ±udo



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