[Android] Create infographics using Numbeez

unnamed (2)Numbeez is an incredibly unique application that will display infographics using numbers that are close and important to you. This app is great for those who like to get detailed information about their actions and habits. This app can be incredibly useful for those who like having visual representations to understand what is going on in their lives.

What is it and what does it do

Main Functionality

This app is designed to give you a visual representation of what is going on in your life. This will help you get informed and track the events in your life so you can constantly stay updated.


  • Track any aspect of your life that uses numbers
  • Create stories based on a specific aspect of your life
  • Explore commonly used stories


  • Data entry manual only
  • Too many promised features that have yet to be implemented


unnamed (3)Numbeez is an incredibly useful and unique application that will display data in an attractive and elegant manner. Simply put, this app is designed to help you visualize numbers and data. The overall application is incredibly simple and doesn’t have a whole lot of depth. Essentially, this app will visualize anything that can be represented with numbers. This can include stats about your exercise routine, how many wins your favorite sports team has, or even how much a specific stock is worth. These numbers are updated by you manually.

While this app is incredibly simple and really only aims to accomplish one task, the fact that you have to enter all of the data manually is pretty inconvenient. Ideally, there would be a way for the app to automatically update information that it has access to. Additionally, the developers list and promise all sorts of features that are “coming soon” on the Play Store. I find this to be incredibly distasteful for a developer because they should’ve have waited to release the app if all of the features weren’t yet ready.

Conclusion and download link

Generally speaking, this app might be a little too simple in its current state. All it really does is display the numbers you enter visually. However, the developer promises features such as the ability to track any number on the web as well as the ability to do more sharing socially. There is no estimated time frame, but if those features were really close by, then the developer should have just waited to release the app. This leads me to believe that the developer was too eager to release the app and didn’t want to take the time to fine tune everything. However, the app is incredibly unique and is showing some amazing potential.

Price: Free

Version reviewed: 0.9.1

Requires: Android 2.2 and up

Download size: 2mb

Numbeez on Play Store

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  • Willard the Rat

    Can we get back on message please?

    Does anyone have anything to say about the app?

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  • Ashraf

    @geoski: Hi George,
    I’m not Brendan but I’ll try to help.
    First, I’m a bit confused. Typically, all you have to do is charge an Android tablet or phone, then turn it on — you should then be guided step-by-step by a Wizard to setting up the tablet and getting connected to the Internet. When you turn on your tablet, does it not do that?

  • geoski

    Hi Brendan,
    This may be an unusual request, but I need some help/advice/guidance, anyone of these will be hugely appreciated.
    I got an Android Tablet PC, MID M729 with Android 4.0 OS as a Christmas present. When I opened it, I was looking for the user manual to get started with it. Well, what I found was a ultra skimpy, bare bones manual with microscopic writing, and whatever I could read had nothing at all related on how to set it up, and getting the thing to work. The pictures were crappy, and all you can really make out is a little square with some kind of content, and talk about some kind of dongle, dangle or something along those lines. Therein lies my motivation to ask for help.
    I have googled for instructions, with little luck, and did some youtube research, and that had some videos that were useless.
    Do you know, have heard of, or ran across anything that walks a total newcomer to the Android Tablet PC how to set it up so one can connect to the internet, and use all the other features it offers?
    I find it totally amazing that this type of product carries with such a useless set of instructions.
    Well, Brendan, anything that you can recommend will be tremendously appreciated.
    Thanks in advance.