These screenshots from Google Play were accurately chosen by the developer to show how the app looks like.
Yeah it's using the Metric System, so Americans might want to create Miles and Gallons measurements.
Since the WhenDidI - Event Logger app has fully customizable events and units, one could even use the app for a countless variety of other activities such as keeping track of the amount of win and loss from each bet(Fantasy Football or any other sporting events anyone?). You can download the Lite version for FREE at Google Play. It allows you to have up to 30 events. Seems like a reasonable amount of free taste testing. The full version only costs a little more than free at $1.99. The way the app is organized is good and seems natural. Usually these event apps take just as long as setting up a default alarm that the point of the app isn't really helpful, but this apps flows nice and does a good job of keeping track of different types of events. It isn't used for the same purpose as a stock alarm app. Alarm apps don't add up and list things for you like the When Did I app does. Give the free version a try, it may be something you didn't know you were looking for. Add a little of friendliness and decrease chaos in your busy scheduled life.