Are you one of those people who love to track everything you do, both digitally and even in real life? Before, we used to log everything in a diary or on a word or excel file (if you’re really that anal-retentive). But when smartphones started becoming smarter, we suddenly had an app for everything. You can track how many steps you took, how many calories you ate, how much time you spent on Facebook, how much time you spent staring at your smartphone, etc.

But probably, you’ve been using several different apps to track all these activities. Instant – Quantified Self is an app that can bring all your activities together, and their newest update has added even more features and functionalities to it. Version 2.0 of the app not just tracks how long you actually use your device, and also how many times you unlock it, but even how long you use certain apps. You can also set reminders to limit certain activities (like if you want to lessen how much you use Snapchat) that you feel is not contributing to your well-being.

Aside from all those device tracking features, it is also integrated with Google Fit, the health-tracking platform that helps Instant connect with all the other fitness-tracking apps. It will also be able to record how many steps you’ve taken, how many hours you’ve traveled, or even how much hours you spend at the office or in meetings. And if you like seeing your records in a pretty visualization, Instant has graphs and charts to help you understand more what you’ve been doing with your life.

Version 2.0 of Instant also has been updated with the Material Design visual guidelines, giving it a new look. If you don’t have Instant – Quantified Self yet, you can download it for free on the Google Play Store.