A simple habit tracker app that helps you do more, by doing less.
Visualize your entire month at one glance
With a simple calendar view, you can see your activity for the entire month to see how you're doing and which areas you might need to focus on.
Set flexible goals instead of streaks
Streaks break, because life happens. But don't let that stop your progress.Goals are based on flexible consistency, which makes it okay to fail sometimes. It's more important that you continue doing your habit.
Make notes to reflect on your journey
No journey is complete without reflection, which promotes self-awareness and prompts you to evaluate your own progress, as well as areas where you need to improve.Ultimately, you are the best judge of your own journey.
Fully responsive on mobile
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Habitify keeps things simple with their straightforward habit tracker that operates on
setting up your habits,
getting cues that remind you to perform a habit, and
visualizing your progress with various habits over time.
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.
Everyday is hands-down one of the most delightfully simple habit tracker apps out there. All the action happens on its simple visual interface, where you can see your habits stacked vertically on the left, and a timeline that progresses towards the right on top to the current day.
The core concept of the app is to perform habits daily, and to not break the chain or streak. If you perform a habit, you mark it as done. On the right, you see how long your current streak, as well as the previous high score of your streak and a total count of times you performed a habit in its lifetime.
The app is designed and built for every conceivable platform. You can use it on your Android device, iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, Mac or on the Web.
Loop is one of the most popular free habit tracking apps, with its Android app clocking millions of downloads.
Loop is different from other apps in that it is open source. Its Github repository is available for anyone to fork and modify to their satisfaction, thereby allowing people with technical chops to make the app their own.
But Loop works great out of the box. It's got an extremely simple habit tracking interface where you can view all your habits at a glance, see how you performed in the last few days, and easily mark a habit as done, missed or skipped using taps and long-press actions.
The app also has cool analytics that lets you visualize your progress over time. What's especially great is the calendar view, which shows you at a glance which days of the month you performed or missed your habit.
All the data in the app can be easily exported as a CSV or a SQLite database file. You own your data completely.
HabitHub is based on Seinfield's productivity method - Don't break the chain.
The design of the app makes it really easy to get an overview of all your tracked habits and your progress with each of those habits for the current week. Tap into any habit to see your performance for the entire month.
HabitHub's reminders work really great, taking advantage of Android built-in action buttons to a notification. Thanks to that, you can simply swipe down on your notifications shade and mark a habit as done, skip, or fail in one tap.
Perhaps the best part about the app is the ability to add home screen widgets, which let you review your current habits performance at a glance.
Strides lets you track your goals and habits in one place.
There are separate tracker types in the app, but each of them allow you to track your progress over a period of time, whether it is with forming a new habit, completing a goal, even tracking the number of hours you sleep, or breaking a bad habit.
The app is also complete with 150+ trackers, allowing you to get started in seconds. You can customize and create your own trackers too.
Strides is perfect for someone who is all-in on the Apple ecosystem, as their app is compatible with iPad, Apple Watch and iPhones.
Productive is a habit tracker with extensive functionality to track habits, view your weekly or monthly progress, and keep an eye on your streak for various habits.
What's great about Productive is that the app has curated a set of great habits around morning routine, sleeping better, getting stuff done etc. which makes it easy for someone new to setting habits to get started.
Another really great feature is Siri shortcuts in the iOS app, allowing you to check off habits using just your voice. The same feature isn't available for Google Assistant.
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.
Coach.me is a holistic habit and goals tracking app that doesn't stop just there. The free app is packed with features, but the starter templates deserve a special mention. These templates have structured advice, exercises and instructions to follow, prepared by coaches, which makes the journey for someone new to this easier.
Perhaps the most unique feature about the Coach.me app is the in-built community. Not only can you ask questions about problems you're facing or feeling stuck at, but you can also share your progress and milestones with friends or community members and get high-fives from them, which serve as motivation and push you to keep going.
One additional aspect of the app is it gives you access to paid personal coaches, which might be just what you need in terms of personalized help, advice and extra accountability if things are a bit harder for you in the beginning.
stickK is unique - instead of setting and tracking goals in an isolated way, the app has created a system of binding agreements.
As a stickK user, you sign a Commitment Contract stating that you will follow through on your newly set goals and targets by putting money on the line.
There's a psychology of loss aversion in place to not lose the money you put in, but more importantly this can build accountability to yourself that you've physically committed to your new goal, and there's actual stakes to it beyond a purely mental stake.
stickK users have put $51 million dollars on the line and collectively created 533,000 commitments. The website also says its users managed to avoid smoking 42 million cigarettes. There's power in those numbers, so perhaps it's worth giving it a try.