SpoonJuice has released an update to Daily Deeds, its habit-tracking app for the iPhone and iPod touch. Designed to help remind and motivate users to perform daily routine tasks, Daily Deeds allows users to create a list of actions that can be checked off each day as they’re completed. Users can review their progress on a calendar view and easily create PDF reports to be shared via e-mail. Daily Deeds 1.3 adds a badge counter unchecked deeds for each day to the application icon on iOS 4 devices and allows users to automatically back up and restore their information using Dropbox. Additional enhancements include Japanese localization and an enhanced UI including color labels for deeds to allow easy organization and sorting of lists. Daily Deeds is available from the App Store for $1.
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