Both iKeepActive and iKeepActive have been voluntarily removed from the App Store last year, but have been re-instated with new versions in the App Sore after the 2015 Holidays. Both applications include updates to their core functionalities to use the newest Apple OS X APIs EventKit and AVFoundation, retiring CalendarStore and QuicktimeKit, respectively. This will fix compatibility issues with the newest versions of OS X. This also means that support for Snow Leopard, Lion, and Mountain Lion have been retired.
iKeepActive has also been updated with some graphing of your progress and muscle coverage from your workout schedule, while the Lite version only focuses on the API update.
This release adds printing support, PDF export, mood ratings and many user interface improvements:
Improved hi-res multiresolution icons.
Added the ability to print or export to PDF, to allow you to show your log to your doctor or dietician.
Added the ability to rate moods from 1-10.
Added average (mean) rating of your logged moods to the summary.
Added a prominent help button to the toolbar.
Updated the Add Mood dialog with rating and the other fields.
The summary view is now docked as a left panel instead of a toggled floating window.
Fixed some bugs with calculating the summary.
Moved the data filter (past 7 days, 30 days and all time) to the toolbar.
The filter is now also for the meals and moods views, not just for the summary.
Fixed a bug which caused multiple duplicates to be added to the available moods drop-down box. Previous computers which have duplicates will have the dupes removed after upgrading Foods and Moods and running it once.
The latest version of iKeepActive (1.2.2) is now available in the Mac App Store now. The release focus is on Mountain Lion Fixes, but other features and improvements have also been added so updating is recommended for everyone on 64-bit Intel Macs.
– Added a new mechanism for tracking when scheduled activities are due in Mountain Lion.
– For earlier versions of OS X, the Applescript system is still used for tracking due activities.
– Added support for retiring scheduled activities. This allows you to remove an activity from your calendar while still keeping the history for tracking purposes. Retired activities can be re-scheduled.
– Rearranged the flow of information on the Summary View for ease of the new user.
– Added 4 more available activities.
– Quite possibly one of the last versions to support Snow Leopard and Lion, so get it while you can.
– Dropped support for 32-bit.
Have you ever wondered what you ate made you feel so bad? Foods and Moods is an application that helps you track just that. It is aimed primarily towards people trying to track which foods may trigger their digestive problems. It does this by keeping two logs: a log of the foods you eat and a log of your moods. This provides you with a searchable history using keywords or “tags”, so you may see for yourself if there is any relationship beween the two.
*Note that this application doesn’t attempt to do any medical or nutritional analysis; it is for logging and history purposes, and you should see a physician if you have ongoing digestive problems.
Log your meals
Log your moods
Tag your meals for easy search
Search your meals or moods
Sorting of your meals or moods
Rating of your moods
Print and export to PDF support, so you may show your doctor or dietician.
In order to run Foods and Moods, your Mac computer must meet the following requirements:
Create your workout calendar with iKeepActive! Sync to your Mac’s calendar which can then sync to your music player, phone or tablet.
iKeepActive is an integrated activity scheduling system which also interactively counts Calories. Not only does it help create your activity schedule but its primary focus is to make sure you do them by displaying reminders and follow-ups. You can also use it to log your diet, analyze your progress and visualize your results.