30 reviews between Jul 10, 2021 and Aug 30, 2023.
This habit tracking app has a clean and minimal design, but it takes a long time to load and has issues with notifications. Despite these drawbacks, it offers a free version with no ads and allows for customization. Users can track habits, set reminders, and check off completed tasks. The app has a visually pleasing interface and offers additional features in the paid version. Some suggested improvements include reordering habits, adding different units for measurement, and integrating with Google Calendar.Habit Tracker - Habit Diary - Apps on Google Play
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30 reviews between Jul 10, 2021 and Aug 30, 2023.
It really helped me to track myself. As well the way it tracks the hourly habits and suggests to have a background sound from nature while fulfilling the habit is really motivating and the way it tracks the habit that is repeated more than time as well is really acurate and encourages you to follow with yourslef closely.
Had potential. Main issue is that it takes too long to load from initial tap, to splash screen, to application load. It takes nearly 20 seconds to load on a Pixel 5a. And before the developers say "stabilize your network", my network is more than adequate with no interference and 500Mb bandwidth. The other issue is that there isn't any apparent way to reorder tasks. Developers begging for 5 star reviews is cringe, too. Make a good product and the stars will come.
It works, but it's hard to recommend. It takes 15-20 seconds to load, even with only a couple of tasks set up. It also doesn't remember your notification settings, so it always sends four a day unless you disable them from your phone settings. It's a shame because otherwise I quite like the design of the app and customisability of the tasks. Update: Changed review from 3 stars to 1 star because they asked me to increase to 5 stars. Improve the app rather than begging for better reviews!
Definitely a must have application mostly if you want to change your habits, but do note that it's completely up to yourself whether you actually start your journey on improvement or not. Decide now and be consistant, Have a good day and btw, this app design looks very pleasing to the eyes, Great job for making it so easy to use!!
Hello, it's really good app. I'd like to suggest an improvement. You can allow a slider feature that helps us to prioritize the tasks by dragging them up , down. It would help me focus on the important things first. Thank you!😁
It's clean and minimal, I just wish there was a way to re-order habits once you've made them. Also it takes like over 30 seconds to open the app; it stalls for what feels like forever on the app splash screen. I can't think of a good reason why it would take that long to load a glorified to-do app, especially when it charges a subscription fee
By far the best habit tracking app I've used! It doesn't bombard you with apps and doesn't ask you to buy premium to make custom habits. However, the notification doesn't work properly on my device which only works when given a notification. If the sound doesn't play, it doesn't send out the notification. Please add an option to send a normal notification which allows us to pick a custom sound. Overall, 10/10!
Cannot do any habits that go through the night. I've been trying to track fasting over night and this does not work. In the morning, the timer has stopped and still shows 10 hours left. Only ok for other habits that you want to track. Timer gives up if you exceed the planned time to perform a task such as walking.
Definitely the most effective habit app by far! Although I'd very much appreciate if your team decides to add a "Notes" section in the advanced settings for every habit. A "Notes" section can really be useful since users can add reminders, instructions, descriptions, etc. Unlike the "Encouragement" section, the "Notes" section should have the information needed in the habit.
Would love to give this 5 stars, and would even pay for premium in a heartbeat, except for the the fact that it takes 15-20 seconds to open the app every time. And instead of helping, the developer just says "make sure you have a stable connection." I'm on gigabit Wi-Fi, I can use every thing else on my phone instantly. It is not a connection issue, it's an app issue.
EDIT: No, even with a perfect 1Gbps connection on wifi it still takes a long time to load. And I even did the trial to see if it was the ads that caused the issue. But no, ads are not it, the app still takes 10-15 seconds to start... Original: Great app but why is it so slow to start? It's horrible if you want to use the app many times a day.
I really want to use this app, but the loading issue is ridiculous. It shouldn't take 10+ seconds to load EVERY TIME, even if I just minimize the app for one second to respond to text and then come back to it. My internet connection is not the issue, as I have no issues with any other app or streaming high quality videos on this same wifi and 5G data. The journeys are really cool and the app in general is amazing. But it's critical to be able to open it QUICKLY to check something off.
Beautiful UI, easy UX and overall a great app. But I have some tips of new features to add. There's no way of adding amount of something using some metrics like liters for water. It should have an integration with Google Calendar. It should have more notification sounds. Linking habits: after finishing one it will notify me of a following one related. It should have a white mode for the entire app. It would be awesome to be able to share a habit with a friend so he or she can join me.
Takes 19 seconds to load every time I open it. A good app, I need to look at frequently, but with this slowness, I will never use it. Especially when other apps open immediately. So, goodbye to this app. Please note, I have the Premium version without the adds and still slow. And I have a strong cell connection with AT & T.
Really simple overlay without any cartoon figures or anything to distract you. U can track your own habits with reminders, timers, calenders, graphs and everything u need. If u need inspiration for new habits they have a huge list of habits to include into your day. It has ads but they are only showing once when opening the app. In the free version u can add 5+ Habits for free.
Looks like it would be a decent and functional app, and I had no trouble setting up a few habits, but the very first time I tried to check them off, I couldn't close out the Audible ad that was blocking the whole screen. Closed out and tried again - same thing. That would have gotten frustrating very quickly, so I've deleted and I'm off to find a similar app.
I really love this app and it's helped me be so much more consistent, motivated, efficient, and effective. This is coming from someone who has suffered with depression and mostly lived a sedentary lay in bed most of the day lifestyle. My only complaint of the app is that can't reorder my habits once they're created. It's a bit frustrating since it would be so much more efficient as well as soothing to my brain if I could rearrange them in the order I want/need them for my routine.
A condensed, more compact dashboard as an option would improve the app. As would widget integration. Desktop access. I would also love to see an option for "rolling week" vs "calendar week" the options for tracking habits. Not to mention the option to do x times in y weeks instead of either per week per month or per year. If you guys added these features I would definitely pay the subscription fee. But right now it is lacking a lot of features that free competitors can stand behind.
I’ve tried many habit tracker apps, but so far this has been the best one. Excellent visuals, intuitive interface, and contains a wide array of emojis. I do have a few suggestions, though. One would be to put another feature for the advanced settings; a measure of different units like miles, kilometres, and pages. Another, grant users the ability to move the order of the habits. Lastly, I think it would be more visually pleasing if the habit banners are more compact and not as wide.
If you're looking for a quick, user-friendly habit tracker... this isn't it. I immediately uninstalled due to the app taking 10+ seconds to load and then launching directly into a long video ad. Ready accessibility is the feature I least want to compromise in a habit tracker, as my goal is to be able to tick things off on the run before I forget them. If the ads are needed to pay the team, then a better option might be ads that don't further delay the app loading time.
So far so good (based on my experience using multiple habit trackers in the past). Nice clean, intuitive interface; ads aren't too annoying. One request is that the "statistics" section be more comprehensive with some more detailed, customisable charts/graphs, given that viewing statistics (ie seeing successes) is a good motivator. But irrespective of that, still really enjoying the app.
When I first starting using it, I really liked it. It's simple, colorful & great layout. I thought it was perfect. At first it showed no ads, so when asked to rate it soon after using it, I gave it 5 stars & responded "no" to it not having ads. However I am disappointed to find out that it does have ads & you get more as you use it. It also restricts you from adding more habits after about a week unless you pay for it. It sucks because it's a great app until you realize it's fake advertisng.
I've been using a different for the past year which I enjoyed, but I dropped my phone and lost my progress. With the my new phone I've decided to try a new habit tracker, and downloaded this based on reviews. I like the flexible features so far on the free version, but I miss my previous tracker's ability to schedule a habit every other day, every 3 days, etc. If that were a feature here, this app would far surpass my expectations!
100% the best to-do app I've ever used, and I've downloaded A LOT. First of all, you can heavily use most features for FREE. And even the premium is worth it imo, but it's still 100% amazing without premium. There's so much customization, control, AND there's a streak feature for extra motivation. It's fun, it's helpful, it's easy to use, it comes with so many features... too many to explain! Check it out—I so, so, so recommend. ESPECIALLY for people who struggle with productivity, like me.
I am very impressed with this app. It is good looking, intuitive, motivating, and simple. I have gone through about a dozen checklist or planning apps, and none of them have caught my attention as well as this one has. To the point where I think I may pay for the yearly subscription because it does fiction so well. It also helps that it is priced incredibly reasonably. Most apps seem to try and get a few expensive subscribers. This one is priced really well. It's what I wished most apps were.
This app is great! I have the free version and there are no restrictions on habit numbers so far, the notifications actually work, and you can check off each time you complete it, not just all or nothing. For example, each time I drink water I can check it off until I hit 8 glasses. It even let's you categorize and set timers. Highly recommend!
Really enjoying the app so far, there has been a few ads since I'm waiting to see if I enjoy it over a larger scale before moving to premium. But nothing excessive & are generally shorter ads you can skip if you want. I am however wondering if anyone's figured out a way to sort habits by time within their sections. eg. 1 habit is at 9:30, a 2nd is at 9:25, but because it was created after the 1st, it's listed after it. Is there any way to manually sort them without having to delete the 1st?
This app is great. It helps you outline all of the habits you want to create and sends out reminders to start them. It is visually pleasing to the eye. The free version does everything you need, without ads, but the paid version takes things to another level. It's not needed unless you are looking for done for you habit loops that are from what i have experienced, to be well thought out and affective. Please fix volume turn down after habit is being checked off list for a 5 out of 5.
It's an amazing app, really. The interface is just beautiful and it works perfectly everytime. Adding a home screen widget will really make it complete. Also, an option to set a default view for the tasks that you need to do for the entire day, a toggle to always look at those habits in the "All" section instead of having them displayed by the time of the day (alongwith the long term tasks). Can you do that?
I tested 13 different habit tracking apps and this was in the top three. It works well but it doesn't have a "Goals" option, just habits, therefore I've subscribed to an app that also tracks the steps it takes to complete your individual goals. The third app in the top three, wasn't as colorful but it was free. If you're looking for some help with things that you need to be reminded to do, this app will do that. I also liked that I could choose different colors for different habits and the stats are easy to understand. I also wanted an app that would help me track the steps towards completing goals and this doesn't have that feature. This app does have "Journeys" aka "challenges" on the paid version but I have MyFitnessPal for that. All in all, if the app I've subscribed to doesn't work out, this is one I'd reconsider.
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