Numerous follows the most important numbers in your life and keeps them all up to date, all in one place.

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Connect with Everything

Connect with Google Sheets and Analytics, Tesla, Nest, Strava, FitBit, and many more. Plus full support for IFTTT and Zapier.

Get Notified

Set notifications for important changes so you can spend less time checking your phone and more time enjoyng life.

Track Time in a Whole New Way

Count down to important dates like birthdays, holidays, or the next SpaceX launch, or create your own from Google Calendar.

Follow & Share

Follow any of the more than 100,000 public numbers created by other users or share your own—with the world or only your friends.

Numerous for Apple Watch

The ideal companion to Numerous for iPhone

With Numerous for Apple Watch, you can leave your iPhone in your pocket. Subtle notifications inform you of changes to your most important numbers. Just glance at your wrist and you’re up to date.

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Numerous Channels

Channels allow you to create and follow numbers from your favorite apps & services

IFTTT
Nest
Google Sheets
HealthKit
Google Analytics
Twitter

Numerous keeps you in the loop

Activity tracking

Track your steps taken, distance walked, or calories consumed, or keep tabs on your distance from a given location.

Effortless syncing between devices

Changes you make on one device are instantly synced across all your devices. No setup required.

Beautiful, interactive graphs

Switch to landscape view to see your numbers in a whole new way, then share via Twitter, Facebook, and more.

Keep your numbers safe

Share your numbers with the world, your friends, or no one. Your choice.

iCloud & social login

Sign in anonymously with iCloud or with a social network of your choice.

AirPlay & Today View Widget

With built-in support for AirPlay and Today View widgets, there are many ways to view your numbers throughout the day.

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