The graph is a great way to see the health and performance of a particular group of people, but how does it compare to a competitor?
To find out, we’re building a Graphpicker app to show the health stats of a select group of apps on our phone.
If you’re looking to build your own Graphpickers, the app is open source and you can grab the source code from GitHub.
Here are the steps you need to take to build the Graphpager app: Download the app Open the app’s settings by tapping the button below the main home screen.
Tap the ‘Add’ button to add your app’s name and a screenshot.
You can also set a custom name for your Graphpagers.
Select the Graphs you want to display on the graph.
Tap OK to close the Graph settings window.
Once you’re done, open the app and tap the ‘Edit’ button.
In the Edit menu, you’ll be able to set the default graph colors, zoom in, change the size of the graph, and adjust the width of the main graph.
Choose the Graph you want the app to display.
You should be presented with a screen that shows the number of people in the app (shown in green).
Tap the button ‘Show more graph’ to show more graph information.
Click the ‘Next’ button if you want more graphs to be shown.
You’ll now see more graphs of the selected people.
Select a graph and tap ‘Next’.
You’ll see graphs of each person’s health statistics in the main Graph screen.
Choose an area of the app you want graph to display, and tap OK to save the changes.
To view more graphs, select the graph you want and tap on it.
Now you can see how the graph compares to other competitors.
You could also view the health statistics of the people you’re closest to in your group, and see the results of a comparison exercise.
If that sounds too good to be true, you’re not alone.
You might have a Graphs app that’s doing better than you.
If so, it could be because you’re using a better app, or you’re testing the app against competitors.
It’s not clear to us how good Graphpokers are, so we’re taking this time to share our findings so you can make an informed decision.
Let us know how you use Graphpiers in the comments below.