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I started using this app only 5 days ago, but it’s already making huge differences in my life. I feel that, because of this app, I can really start achieving the goals I’ve been wanting to achieve. This might sound gross, but I’ve always struggled to make sure to brush and floss my teeth twice a day. Since using this app, I haven’t missed it once. I’ve started getting back into reading by setting a daily goal of reading an hour a day. I’ve made sure to be working out at least 5 days a week because of this app. I’ve started journaling at the end of each day because of this app. I’ve set weight goals for myself that I’m tracking, and it even gives a projection for my weight by my goal date based on how much progress I’m making so far. The app is basically just a daily to-do list, and that may sound super simple, but it’s so powerful. I feel accomplished completing my goals each day, and the app encourages me to stick with it and achieve more. Thanks to Strides, I’m able to form the habits I’ve been wanting to form, and break my goals up into pieces each day, which makes them much easier to achieve. I really just want to say thank you to the developers for helping me better myself and better my life. I highly recommend this for anyone looking to do the same.
So I downloaded several different apps of this type of goal-tracker app. I was able to quickly narrow it down to this and one other by virtue of how easy it is to add custom goals and track them. Over the coarse of a month this one has become by far my favorite. It allows me to customize what, how many, how often,and track with an easy swipe left or right. It gives me reminders but doesn't annoy me. I can easily go back to log days I've done (or not) but haven't logged and I can see at a glance whether I'm improving the frequency of my goals. This has quickly become one of my most frequently used apps! Highly recommend for all ages of goal-setters and (hopefully) accompish-ers! Update: I’ve been using this for about six months now and still think this is by far the best goal-tracker app. I love the personalized goals and being able to look back over the months and see how I’m improving long-term. I’m slowly adding goals and know this app is what is keeping me focused!
I can’t find any tools in this app that I don’t like. The more you play with it the more ingenious it is. Looks great, simple, works. You can work on good or bad habits, projects or track how much you do something. I did want to create a goal for working on art 3x a week. I made the goal by choosing to track numbers instead of a habit. I wasn’t getting into the studio as often as I liked so I made a new goal by choosing to track it as a habit and that gives you a little calendar graphic which the other trackers don’t have. You can’t change a goal type once you’ve made it but you can make a new one. Otherwise, all sorts of other settings in each goal are changeable as you go along. Everything shows streaks, averages and if you’ve met your goal or not for the given period. Then, you can even set a goal for streaks, so that’s another layer of consistency tracking. I had to read a little and play with it a little, but I like it and subscribed for a year. I use it with Trello which I use as a broader idea and task tracking pinboard.
I’ve already read the creator’s response regarding the reasoning behind the subscription vs. a one-time cost. This app is great - but most people that are working on improving habits would like to work on more than 7. I promoted this app for a while on my productivity social media platform, but kept getting that same feedback from followers, and I do agree with them. If the ability to sync across platforms is causing an expensive subscription, perhaps there could be an option with one-time payment that simply allows users to have more goals? The other “perks” that the subscription includes to try to defend its $30/year price tag are nice, but the majority would agree they aren’t proportionally useful. When you look at other apps in this space - Things 3, for example - that cost significantly less (and do not rehire a subscription) and do significantly more in terms of achieving increased productivity, it makes you wonder what the issue is here. I am always more than happy to pay plenty for an app when the value is there, but it’s just not here in this case.
Probably one of my favorite productivity, habit-tracking apps I've tried. Moreover, the app is intuitive and I feel like it has been well tested for user experience. It meets many use-cases of habit-tracking and goal forming (progress by percent, by target accumulation, splitting into milestones, etc). However, I don't agree with justification for a subscription model, as posted by the app author. The subscription is supposed to pay for hosting services, but I don't see why I need to pay for hosting? Simply save my data locally or offer connection to cloud service (i.e. dropbox) if users really want to sync. (For example, 1password has a subscription model, but offers a lifetime license for $60). I know plenty of people who would have used this app if it was a simple one-time purchase. In my opinion as a fellow developer, tracker apps are not difficult to build, and it is only a matter of time a more affordable app similar to strides will enter the market - I would love to support this if it made more sense than subscribing so you can "sync". Would be happy to pay a legitimate software license price for it, it is clearly worth more than a $10 app. Thanks though, hope you will take it into consideration.
Developed by Goals LLC.
Strides: Habit Tracker is ranking in Productivity & Lifestyle
Last update was at Nov 10, 2019and the current version is 8.9.
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