Tappy Tally 4.0 Released

Just released Tappy Tally 4.0 with a new look and some great features:

  • Added a new step (-/+) control to the count screen for adjusting the increment/decrement. Now you can count by 5, 10, or any other number between 1 and 100!
  • Added a new button to the count screen for decrementing your count.
  • Added a new button to the tally detail screen for continuing a previously saved count.
  • Added a new help button to the count and tally detail screens for displaying helpful tips on the respective screen.
  • In progress counts are now saved if the app is quit or device is restarted.
  • Other under the hood improvements.

To learn more about Tappy Tally, click here!

Tappy Tally 3.0 Released

Just released Tappy Tally 3.0 with the following updates / new features:

  • Complete redesign from the ground up.
  • Now you can share a tally via message, email, or however you’d like.
  • Now you can delete multiple tallies at one time.
  • Now you can scroll when saving or viewing a tally in the detail view. Great for those who still have a 4-inch or smaller iPhone.

To learn more about Tappy Tally, click here!

Introducing Tappy Tally

I built Tappy Tally for my personal use. I had recently begun learning to build iOS apps with Swift when I was asked to count attendance at worship services (200+ attendees).

I had seen others count attendance using an app on their phone so I searched the App Store for a tally app. All I could find was poorly designed or overpriced apps, at least they were more than I was willing to pay.

I decided to try my hand at building my first iOS app. After a couple weeks, I released Tappy Tally (formerly Tappy Count — tally with a tap) in July 2015.

This post signals the release of an update and a rebranding to Tappy Tally.

To learn more about Tappy Tally, click here!