We're dropping the price of Tap to $5 (USD) /mo or $50 (USD) /year. If you already have a subscription your charges going forward will be lowered to the new price.
There is a very reasonable concern of Tap members that once they build up a collection of content, and for whatever reason want to leave the service, have no way of continuing to use that content. SaaS to go is our developing solution.
I don't think it's unreasonable for one to expect: Drag and drop folder or zip deployment, Free or pretty close to free service, Custom domain name and HTTPS available either for free or a small fee, The good news is there are services that meet those requirements.
Seven years ago, to be exact, I ran into a post on Hacker News about a budget tool based on the Sid Meier's Civilization cashflow system built by a programmer by the name Alex Reckler. It was an awesome post, here we're building that system in Tap.
Introducing Records To-Go. Think of it like this: while you're a Tap member you're building a collection of records. At any time (or when you decide to leave Tap) we'll build you a website (comprised of all your records) for you to take away.
Once you're capturing your work log in a reliable and systematic way you can take advantage of other Tap elements to help you plan for the future: beans for tracking time and formulas for calculating cash flow.
To help you capture even more useful stuff Tap now supports saving attachments with your records.
Tap was always intended to be mobile-first. Starting with our SMS interface we wanted to get Tap as close to where your fingers already are. Now that more and more capabilities exist within the Tap editor we needed something more substantial.
Through the use of Apple Shortcuts, Tap is brought closer to the way you use your iOS device. The three posts linked below are the first in a series on…
It's not difficult to make a work log, but after a long day of juggling you're probably not inclined to write about it. And after several days of juggling you've probably forgotten what objects, for who and whether you were juggling at all last Tuesday.