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Infinity Dashboard

A beautiful way to keep track of anything you want 📊

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Rishi
Maker
Hey PH Community! We’re super excited to be launching Infinity Dashboard for Mac - a beautifully organized app for keeping track of virtually anything that’s important to you. Infinity Dashboard has over 35 modules, such as current weather, exchange rates, stock prices, countdown reminders, Amazon product price tracking, App Store sales, Clicky web stats, travel times, Zendesk open tickets, Fitbit stats, YouTube subscribers, Facebook fans and so much more. See the full list here: http://infinitydashboard.com/ What’s also great is that you can easily create custom modules to work within the app. All you need is knowledge of Javascript and to follow our super straightforward documentation here: http://infinitydashboard.com/tutorial/README.html We’d love to get your feedback on our version 1.0 - Anyone can try out the app for free for 7 days. Also, as a thank you, you can grab a 20% discount using coupon code: INFINITY20 if you decide you want to purchase the app :) Also let us know if you think of a module we should consider adding to the app!
Nicolo S
@rmodha Looks great! I would love some kind of Todoist integration :D and integration with my exist.io data would be amazing, they have an API :D
Simone Masiero
This is amazing! I love it! Are the default modules open source? I would love to contribute to some. For example the Reddit Karma one could have an option to display submission and comments karma. Anyhow, amazing job!! I can't wait to see where this will go! I'll try it for a few days and if I keep using it i'll definitely buy a copy!
Rishi
Maker
@duiker101 Thank you so much! We are in the process of open sourcing all modules on GitHub. For the time being, you can find the source code of the modules within the app binary Infinity Dashboard.app/Resources/Modules - I will update here once the modules are all on GitHub :)
Rishi
Maker
@duiker101 Modules are now on Github :) https://github.com/fiplab/Infinity-Dashboard-Modules
Simone Masiero
@rmodha that was quick! Thanks!!
Thibaud
Please make it a widget for Android, that'd be dope! (even more if in sync) - great job anw, looks sharp!
Rishi
Maker
@tgerin No plans for Android atm. Thanks for the encouragement! :)
Rishi
Maker
@tgerin We just released web support via the Mac app. The Mac app pushes live data to a locally hosted webpage, that you can expose to the internet via localtunnel. This means Infinity Dashboard can now be accessed on any platform using a web browser (as long as you have the Mac app running).
Nicolo S
Is there any way I can be updated whenever user created modules are made?
Rishi
Maker
@coconidodev Not at the moment. For now, you have to check http://infinitydashboard.com/ and filter by community created modules.
Rishi
Maker
@coconidodev You can follow this repo: https://github.com/fiplab/Infinity-Dashboard-Modules
Amin
I love the idea and it is definitely something I would be using. Unfortunately it is for Mac only. Any plans on making a SaaS version of Infinity?
Csaba Kissi
@footer What do you mean about the SaaS version? Subscription based plugins or something like that?
Amin
@csaba_kissi Something like Trello, where it's available online as a platform rather than being downloaded
Csaba Kissi
@footer I don't think its possible as there are too many OS related plugins, like battery life, free HDD space and so on. SaaS version wont be able to access these.
Amin
@csaba_kissi Correct, but for me personally those are not important. What I love from your dashboard are things such as important dates, Amazon price trackers, finance data and so on. There are many OS related plugins available but I don't know a platform that contains all the remaining features in one place nicely.
Csaba Kissi
@footer I'm not a maker of this app 😎. I've started something like you mention few months ago (SaaS with plugins) but the project was abandoned because I thought there is no demand.
Rishi
Maker
@footer @csaba_kissi Actually, it would be possible, but would rely on the Mac app sending the data every so often to a SaaS service. That's not on the cards, but we are working on a self hosted solution that will allow you to access your dashboard via a local webpage. Stay tuned.
Rishi
Maker
@csaba_kissi @footer Would a default start page when you open your browser that shows all your dashboard modules and related stats appeal to you?
Amin
@rmodha I have used several Chrome Plugins for default start page and none appealed to me. Maybe is because most don't permit synchronization and on every laptop I would have to setup my modules from scratch, but that also means they are inaccessible from web and mobile. What would work for me personally is something like Trello. Personalized and accessible from anywhere. If you had something like that you could then allow Mac users to download it on their laptop to have OS related plugins.
Rishi
Maker
@footer It would be synced across any device as it would be a locally hosted webpage that you access. You'd need to keep the Mac app running to keep the webpage up to date, but you'll be able to open a local url on any device to see your dashboard. Would that appeal?
Amin
@rmodha Not to me no. The idea of it being locally hosted especially since I'm always on the move.
Rishi
Maker
@footer It would be hosted on your Mac itself. The reason we are looking into locally hosted is because we don't want to have to deal with storing user data/config on our own servers.
Amin
@rmodha Yes of course I understand. For me however the appeal would be if is not stored locally
Rishi
Maker
@footer We just released web support via the Mac app. The Mac app pushes live data to a locally hosted webpage, that you can expose to the internet via localtunnel. This means Infinity Dashboard can now be accessed on any platform using a web browser (as long as you have the Mac app running).
Ben Debayle
Really like it! It's like multiple apps in one. Only thing I don't like is that the app stays in the dock instead of just the admin bar like other apps. Could be a deal-breaker.
Rishi
Maker
@bendebayle Thanks for the review! You can remove the app from the Dock via the preferences panel :)
Ben Debayle
@rmodha Well then you've thought of everything. Kudos!
Ayush Chandra
Great job!! 😊 Any windows version?
Umang Maisheri
I hope there is no finger snapping and disintegration around here
Arpit C
This is really cool Rishi, great job. You should consider creating an integration with Integromat (also on PH today) which will allow anyone to create workflows to receive updates on the Infinity Dashboard! Man I'd use it for so many things!
Ryan Kotzebue
Any plans for an iOS version?
Dmitry Gorshkov
I'm sorry for being blunt, but it's not beautiful. It's not ugly, it's not great, it's just okay. Please invest more in the UI.
Rishi
Maker
@dmitry_gorshkov Thanks for the feedback. However, our belief is that a beautiful design for such an app is one that places the focus on the data, not on distracting needless fancy design.
Dmitry Gorshkov
@rmodha Cool, looking forward to the distracting needless emojis to be removed in the next update.
Rishi
Maker
@dmitry_gorshkov This is already possible. On the emoji picker, just select the 'blank' square tile. It's the first option in the picker popup.
Mad Mat
Quite a number of modules you've got there, keep it up. Also, are is this Mac only? Are you planning on doing a web version? Cheers
Rishi
Maker
@whiletrueeat We just released web support via the Mac app. The Mac app pushes live data to a locally hosted webpage, that you can expose to the internet via localtunnel. This means Infinity Dashboard can now be accessed on any platform using a web browser (as long as you have the Mac app running).
mood
Great one! But it's a little expensive for me :)
André
Have an discount voucher?
Jason Cutler
I like the dark mode skin! Is there any way to do conditional formatting? I'd love to be able to change the size/font/color based on a value range, to show me at a glance what has changed.
Alicia Heraz, Eng., PhD.
Great product! @rmodha would you be interested to add an emotion analytic module to your list?
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