Habitify keeps things simple with their straightforward habit tracker that operates on
The app's features are thoughtfully constructed, taking into account real-world usage of various habits. For example, you can create a habit for meditation and also track the time you meditate in each setting, which is the behaviour of a lot of people building a meditation habit.
Another useful feature is the ability to group habits. Sort of like folders, but for a set of habits that belong to a broader goal. The app also gives you the ability to add notes, which serve as a record of your thoughts as you progress through your habits journey.
Habitify also hands-down has one of the nicest looking landing pages.
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.
Habitify for iOS scores a good 4.4 rating. See latest reviews.
Habitify for Android scores a good 4.2 rating. See latest reviews.
Must read: A Detailed Look at Habitify Habit Tracker App by LifeDev.
Habitify is available as a free app and is supported by in-app purchases that start at $4.99 for a monthly membership all the way to $64.99 for a lifetime membership.
Habitshare is a completely free app.
This app is not available for Windows desktop PCs.
Creating good habits is more than just using an app. You need the right mindset and approach for it to work.
If you're at the beginning of this journey, check out this actionable guide to Creating Habits that Stick.
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