I’ve got an app for that
It’s always astounding to watch the progression of technology and to be able to say “there’s an app for that” for virtually anything. With so many tools at our disposal, including calendars, budgeting and fitness apps, it can sometimes be easy to get overwhelmed with navigating and utilizing each one.
Shockingly, there’s an app for that. Hombase has been developed in order to keep all of your schedules, goals, and news all in one place. “Hombase is an all-in-one productivity app that serves as your personal data assistant. We like to think of it as a mini operating system that helps you live a balanced life.
“Hombase organizes your schedule, fitness goals, budget, and more in one simple interface. With all of your personal data in one place, there is no need to check multiple apps. Receive daily briefings first thing in the morning, and check your personal dashboard throughout the day. All it takes is a few glances per day to stay on top of your game!” according to developers.
Simple to view
While other applications have the capability to pool a bunch of information such as this together, Hombase offers a simplistic and minimal interface that makes keeping track of everything visually appealing.
Their website asserts that Hombase can be beneficial in a series of steps: first, by starting your morning with a daily briefing, second by staying informed at a glance, finally by drilling down for more.
How Hombase operates
With your morning briefing, Hombase provides you with an overview of your day to kick things off. That way you are able to see everything that is expected of you that day, and what you can expect (for example, the weather.)
Hombase places all of your personal information in one dashboard, making it easy to digest with a glance. Some of the information listed includes: weather, events, health, money, news, and tasks.
Finally, by drilling down for more, you selected one of the information tiles which goes into greater detail. For example, by selecting money, there is an option to see charts/graphs that show how and where you are spending your money.
Less is sometimes more
Hombase could be useful for someone who is looking for something a little more detailed than just a calendar, but not something that is completely overwhelming with information.