There are different types of life-changing productivity apps, like Pomodoro Apps, that we can access with just a tap of our finger. However, one of the best ways to boost productivity is by creating a routine. Sticking to a new habit is actually harder than it seems, and even though there are plenty of good self-help books, sometimes habit tracking apps can be more useful.
Check out these three habit tracking apps that can help you stick to your daily goals:
1. Repeat Habit Tracker (Nelzkie Lab)
Repeat Habit Tracker has plenty of good reviews because of several features. Firstly, users can choose their theme right off the bat. Themes available are Light, Dark, Deep Sea, and Midnight. Additionally, habits can be viewed by day or in their totality. The app is equipped with a calming interface, percentile, and checklist format for habits, and even alarms.
Users also love that the app gives a lot of motivation in the form of quotes and allows users to list down their purpose for each habit. Finally, there’s the archive where all of the completed habits are stored. This feature lets users look back at their accomplishments instead of just deleting all of their previous progress. Sadly, this free app is only available for download from the Google Play Store.
2. Avocation (Mindvoll)
This habit tracker comes with endearing graphics. It starts off by helping users make a plan based on which part of their life they want to improve. For example, users can choose to improve their health, be more productive, reduce stress, or any of the other options. Next, the app asks how much time users want to spend a day to work on their habits. Time duration can be as short as five minutes or as long as an hour. After collecting this information, Avocation suggests some daily habits like waking up five minutes earlier or spending five minutes organizing things. Users can also create and customize their own habits to their liking.
There are two ways to view habits. Firstly, there is a plant that grows after every completed habit. Secondly, there’s also a water jug that requires users to complete all of their habits for the day to fill up. The app also provides information about the science behind habits for the more curious users. Thankfully, this app is available for both Apple and Android devices.
3. Habit Tracker (Davetech Co., Ltd.)
Habit Tracker is a free app with several in-app purchases. This app has an overall rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars in the App Store. Additionally, it’s known for its simple and minimalistic design that can be made light or dark depending on preference. It comes with a lot of cool features like a focus timer and group habit tracking. Furthermore, the app provides useful statistics that show users their streaks, average minutes, total completion rate, and more. There are also habit reports that show users their weekly progress. Another unique feature is that the app can be made into various widgets for iOS 14 users. Habit Tracker is only available for download from the Apple App Store.