SnapHabit is the best way to share a habit with friends. Exercise, fasting, meditation, reading... by sharing your habits, you stay accountable! SnapHabit lets you customize your habits to fit your life. You can share your group exercise habit with your friends, while keeping your fasting goal private. Set your habits as daily, weekly or scheduled days. Add notes and photos to each habit to journal about your success, or track your progress over time with streaks and graphs. *What early users have told us:* "This was the only app I found that let me share the same habit with friends" — Angie L, California "It's a new, positive way for my friends to stay in touch." - Ben R, New York *Features* • Share the same habit with friends, or do habits solo • Free, no ad, unlimited habit tracking • Daily, weekly or scheduled habits • Chat: Send friends messages and photos directly in SnapHabit for extra accountability • Motivating charts and streaks • Notification reminders to encourage building healthy habits together
SnapHabit has really made habits a "snap" for me! The fact that I can share habits and challenge my friends/family/coworkers has really helped us work towards shared goals together. With my wife, for example, we've been doing a "no snacks" challenge. (All the more important during Covid to keep a good diet!) With my co-workers, we've added a habit to write notes at the end of the day about what we did ("snippets"), especially easy since notes are supported directly in the app. SnapHabit allows us to see how everyone is doing in these shared habits, allowing us to check in on each other and bug each other to get their snippets in! A minor nit is that load time is a little slow, and I wish it supported desktop/web.
SnapHabit is not only a useful tool in keeping yourself responsible for following through with your habits and creating a foundation for healthier routines, but is a platform to stay both informed and aware of what your friends and family members are up to. One great feature that combines both accountability AND the ability to stay in the loop with your loved ones is the option to “challenge” your friends to fulfilling a common habit each day. Especially during social distancing from others these days, this app is able to simultaneously bridge your relationships with people virtually, while pushing you to engage in habits that make you feel accomplished!
I love how simple this app is for keeping up with the things that matter the most to our productivity, the atomic habits that underpin how we go about the rest of my day. With just a few taps I can keep up both with what I’m progressing on, but also hold my friends to be accountable to be the best version of themselves as well. This app is worth the download PLUS convincing your friends to get on. Nothing like getting to make fun of Jim for missing his run four days in a row but somehow managing to TikTok everyday.
Almost every part of the UI was counter-intuitive, annoying, or buggy. If this is a hobby-made app, good job on the effort of making the app (it’s extensive and fully built out), but if you want this app to be something useable, invest some time into learning user experience best practices. A list of things off the top of my head that I didn’t like within the first few minutes: - Couldn’t find the add new task button easily - Add new task button disappears when you scroll down on first page - Having the journeys take up most of the first page is annoying - incessant prompts to invite others or to link to social media - starts out with preset habits - it’s too hard to delete habits - seriously, it’s like every button tap results in a prompt to invite people, each time that prompt comes up I want to invite people less and delete the app more - prompting user to take a note EVERY time they skipped a day is really annoying - buttons on the top right of the habit details page flip back-and-forth sporadically The list goes on. Even just one of these would make me want to delete the app, but there are soo many issues. It’s probably apparent that I’m annoyed, but hopefully this is useful to the devs.
I’ve used other productivity apps im the past, but so far Snaphabit seems to be the most effective. The clean interface makes it extreme straightforward to track my habits and log my progress. The standout feature for me however, is being able to share habits with my friends. I love being able to share my progress and also share encouragment with friends pursuing the same goals. Snaphabit has definitely been a welcome addition to my daily routine!
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SnapHabit - Healthy together is ranking in Productivity & Business
Last update was at Jun 11, 2021and the current version is 1.13.0.
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