HabitBull's app has a simple but powerful UI where you can see your whole month at a glance. With this UI, it's really easy to see on which day you broke a habit.
Further, their app has graphs and charts showing you visual data on how you performed with your habits, and what your success % is as compared to your desired goals. It's even better that you can export all the data in CSV format and analyse it by yourself all you want.
One really cool feature is the ability to decide how often and how many times you need to perform a habit. It could be that you need to exercise 2 times a week, which HabitBull allows you to track easily.
At first glance, you might notice that Habitshare sports an aging UI. However, don't let that take away focus from the app's core value proposition.
Habitshare is trying to make habit tracking social. The app lets you do that by sharing your habits with friends, who can then see your progress with your habits and stay updated.
The core assumption of the is that by sharing your goals and progress with habits with your friends, you increase accountability and therefore increase your chances of success.
HabitBull for iOS scores an excellent 4.7 rating. See latest reviews.
HabitBull for Android scores a good 4.3 rating. See latest reviews.
Habitshare for iOS scores a great 4.5 rating. See latest reviews.
Habitshare for Android scores a good 4.4 rating. See latest reviews.
HabitBull is available as a free app. You can unlock premium features starting at $4.99 per month, or pay $19.99 for a yearly subscription.
Habitshare is a completely free app.
HabitBull is available for iOS and Android.
This app is not available for Web, MacOS or Windows desktop PCs.
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