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I’ve tried several different habit tracker apps to monitor and increase/decrease the frequency of several activities in my life, but none of them come close to Done. A lot of these apps can have too many features, which I find gets in the way of successfully altering a habit. Done is simple, attractive and easy to use, while still providing a more than detailed breakdown of your habit statistics. When I found that I wanted to track a few smaller aspects of a certain habit, I discovered the journal feature. The journal feature was one of my favorite parts because it allowed me to write down the information and details about a specific day. For instance, if I’m trying to reduce how often I go on Instagram, when updating my progress I can make a note of maybe how long I spent on insta each time that I opened it. This feature allowed me to add a more personal touch to my goals, which definitely made them easier to keep up with, and just a little more rewarding when I achieved them. On top of all that, the app is absolutely gorgeous. You can assign a color to each goal, all of which are vibrant and pleasing. The app has a sleek, minimal interface that’s attractive but not distracting or confusing. I would 100% recommend the Done app for any goals or habit tracking needs you have. I’ll definitely be buying the unlimited version very soon!
I’m naturally a goal setter. But have failed a lot too, by running out of steam. When I first got this app, I was in love with everything about it, but still skeptical. After a week, I was really on a streak! Many weeks later, I’m doing ALL of the things I’ve wanted to make HABITS in my life and I wake up EXCITED every morning to see my app go into full color by the end of the day! I get the most important goals done in the early morning- workout, read, take vitamins, food prep, meditate, visualize important goals and the day ahead, tidy the house etc, and then I add fun ones at work like “do a random act of kindness today!” In the evening before bed, I memorize new names and make associations (and that’s made a HUGE difference—people feel so important when you remember their name—the app is called Name Skillz and even my grandkids love it!!) and then I turn on Memrise app and I’M LEARNING SPANISH in just five minutes per night! I have several other goals too but what I’m saying is that this app really works like no other! I don’t want to go to bed until it’s all lit up in color!! I absolutely love it and if you need me to make a commercial or something for you I will!! Haha This Grandmother of 14 is in shape, and rockin my goals!! xoxo 💋 THANK YOU AGAIN!!
i used to use Productive and i thought it was the best i could get! it was pretty great, to be fair. but when i recently lost my old apple id i also lost the premium membership i had purchased for something similar to the premium payment here. i downloaded it again via my new apple id, added three habits, went to add another one, and it said that was all i could add and that i could get premium for 30 bucks a year. that’s a far cry from a one time purchase under $10. i immediately deleted the app and went on the search for something similar. and that’s when i found Done! i downloaded it, added three habits, and purchased premium. i’ve been using it for a few weeks now and it’s perfect for me. it has the same sort of beautifully simple UI that Productive had, and a similar (but far improved) function. i love this app so much and the only complaint i could ever have is that i had to pay for premium, but even that is minuscule as it was only 7 bucks.
Offers a good amount of features. Premium is a one time $7 purchase which is fair and 10x more reasonable than others and no subscription which is nice. The interface is colorful and not really modeled after a stark professional tool such as excel. I would like to see a little more of a to-do list feature added in. I used this to primarily track some new habit I’m trying to achieve and it’s great for that but if a habit has layers it’s hard to put in. For example: if working out is a goal but the workout consists of pushups, sit-ups, and squats, you can’t partially check off each one. It’s an all or nothing one item click. You could separate all three but that fills up your dashboard. I also am using it now for some recurring to-do list items and it’s good but each item has to be its own thing instead of parts of a whole. Worth buying for straight habit tracking.
I've been focused on building better habits the past few months and have tried alot of apps in the process but this one is by far my favorite. The interface is simple and clean. Viewing your targets is easy as it gets but what I love most is the ability to set goals for the week and month as well. A lot of the apps I've tried before are very focused on the daily habits. Which is good and all. In theory it should lead to more productivity. But as I've read in a few books and experienced first hand, the scope is very limited and when you fail to meet your targets you start to feel bad about your progress instead of feeling more motivated to get back on track. This app is great because you can expand your view to monthly targets and not feel so bad if you slip up here and there because you can still see that you've made more progress than you think you have.
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Done: A Simple Habit Tracker is ranking in Productivity & Lifestyle
Last update was at Dec 05, 2019and the current version is 1.13.
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