Söka: Bucket Lists Made Easy
Söka is a simple yet fun app that lets everybody create and track their bucket lists and discover new goals. Wherever you go, Söka is right there with you, featuring widgets, complete Shortcuts support, and seamless iCloud sync.
- Create and manage bucket lists - no matter what kind of goals you have
- Discover new activities with AI - simply enter a location and the kind of activities you prefer, and you'll have a personalized bucket list within seconds
- Track the countries you've visited with your own virtual scratch map
- Integrate Söka into your existing workflows with 6 ready-made Shortcuts
- Track your bucket lists and complete goals with both Home and Lock screen widgets
- Browse millions of photos in-app with Unsplash
- Export your bucket lists as either a photo or video
- Seemless sync between devices with iCloud, and collaborate with friends and family
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App Name: Söka
Price: Free to download, with a pro tier (more info below)
Supported Platforms: iOS 16+, iPadOS 16+
App Store Link: https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/söka-bucket-lists-made-easy/id6446223795
Developer: Roddy Munro
Söka is free to download with a pro tier named "söka+" available that removes limitations and unlocks additional features. The following pricing options are available:
- 1 month - US$1.99
- 12 months - US$8.99 (includes a 3 day free trial)
- Lifetime - US$29.99
Free vs Pro Tier Features
|Number of Bucket Lists||3||Unlimited|
|Number of Total Goals||30||Unlimited|
|AI Bucket List Generator Usage||5 generations||Unlimited|
|Countries on Scratch Map||10||Unlimited|
|Archive Bucket Lists||✅|
|Collaborate with others||✅||✅|
|Save bucket lists as a photo or video||✅||✅|
About the developer
My name is Roddy Munro, originally from the UK but now living in New Brunswick, Canada.
I started iOS development when I was still in high school in 2014, and have been working on my own apps since. I became a full-time iOS developer for the first time in 2021.
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