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I love this app. I’ve tried numerous habit tracker apps and by far this one takes the win in my opinion. It’s about forming small positive habits that won’t overwhelm you daily. Those small positive habits with improve your life drastically and your production will natural increase in life just as a byproduct alone of those habits. This app helps you stay on track daily to make sure that your turn your goals into reality by tracking your daily habits so that they become just a natural part of your routine. Even if that small habit is just simply drinking a glass of water at the moment of wake up in the morning. When you track it and get your returns and reports about your habits it makes it easy to stay in track. I would recommend this to anyone that is looking to build positive daily habits. This will not help you break old bad habits because that is awhile separate topic on its own, but amazing for building new ones. Hope this review helps!
After trying a couple of habit tracker apps, I’ve landed on Habitify and it’s my favorite of the bunch. I find it to be clean, pretty intuitive, works on both iPhone and iPad (rather than the zoomed view on iPad which I don’t like), syncs nicely, and just appeals to me aesthetically more than the others I’ve tried. I don’t mind the lack of color coding, I usually find that to be kind of annoying/not useful. My only qualm at the moment is that some of my habits only need to be completed a certain number of times per week or once per week, but it only counts a day as “complete” if you do all of your tasks, including the ones that don’t need to be completed that day. I’m totally being petty but I haven’t gotten any “complete” days because of this even though I did all my -daily- tasks plus one or two weekly tasks, and dang it I want to get a complete day! :) It could be that there’s a setting I’m missing somewhere that will change that. In any case, it’s a great app, does all I need it to do in an appealing way, and will be using it for all my habit tracking needs!
Tried others however i was not willing to go the subscription way. I tried this and other apps and eventually came back to this one. Gladly paid the one time in app purchase. The app itself is clean and simplistic (in a good way). Great companion Apple Watch app too!! Only suggestion is to be able to go into a habit and edit it for just one day or a couple of days. For example, I have one habit to do morning back stretches after waking up in the morning and I have a Habitify reminder set at 6:45 am every weekday. I would like to change it to 7:30 am on the weekends but unless I missed something, there is no way to edit the current habit to accomplish this. It seems that you would have to creat a new habit (for weekend days only) and set the reminder for a later time.
I've been useing this app for a few years now and have loved it. It's a straightforword habbit tracker, its easy to use and has a clean UI, which has always been a big deal for me. Lots of other apps either look like they come from the early 2000's or there's too much foucus on astehtic and funcitionality falls though. With this you literaly just check off each item thoughout the day and thats that. Cusotmizaion of habbits is also really good with time, date, frequencey etc etc. You can also check your progress from a monthly overview, and there's a streek counter which is a great motivator. There's also a nightmode which I LOVE, and the customer service is great too, and the people behind this have been constatnly improveing the app over time. All around good app, would recomend.
I’ve tried them all and Habitify is the best one. It gives you all the flexibility you would want in features and gets out of your way. I have been transforming my habits this past few months thanks to relying on this app. It is very forgiving to give you options to record and go back if you’ve forgotten or archive a habit that isn’t relevant anymore. Love that they have a Mac app and the watch app is super handy to have. Complications could be better / more useful. Like: on the infograph complication maybe give me the option to just show the count for the part of the day only (morning/afternoon/evening)? Or maybe just the app icon, no number. Thank would be so much better.
** App of The Day" - Apple (2019) **
Habitify is a habit tracker that helps you form habits that actually stick. It’s designed to motivate you every day and reward you with beautiful streaks.
** New App We Love" - Apple (2018) **
** #2 Product of The Day" - Product Hunt (2018)
1. Habit Areas
Group your habits by time or by different areas of your life.
2. Insightful Charts
Completion rate, streaks, check-in time, daily performance, yearly review... All are ready to provide you with a better understanding of yourself.
3. Multiple Platforms
Habitify is available on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac. Your data is synced seamlessly across all devices.
4. Precise Tracking
Habitify supports skip/fail/complete status for more precise tracking.
5. Time Goal
Track how much time you spent on your habits in a day or a week.
- Privacy Lock
- Unlimited Habits and Reminders
- Skip Habits (protect streak)
- Archive Habits
- Yearly Calendar
- Export Data
Habitify is free to download on all platforms. Once you have purchased on one platform, you’re Premium on all other platforms without having to purchase again.
These prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on the country of residence.
• 1 month: $4.99
• 12 months: $29.99
• Lifetime subscription: $39.99
Habitify offers 2 auto-renewing subscriptions and a 1-lifetime subscription option to fit your budget plan. Your subscription will automatically renew at the end of each term and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account, unless you turn off auto-renew from your iTunes account settings at least 24-hours before the end of the current period.
Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, with the amount equal to your subscription plan. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when a subscription is purchased.
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