6 Alternatives to Exist Custom Tracking
Jacob Hobbie- Software Developer/PhilosopherSimple, one time payment, beautiful, and no fuss to track something. Also provides very good statistics if you're into that. Easily the best.
Nolan McCoy- Film Producer, Storyteller, HusbandSimple, helps focus on what matters by limiting you to 12 tasks. Also has deep apple watch complication customization.
AtmawarinAgree with Peter that for daily routine, you would better off to separate it with todo apps such as Todoist or Things. For habit creating, there are several things that I think Streaks do well compared to other apps : 1. It only has maximum 12 habits/routine you can do at the same time. This in turn would help you to focus on specific area of your life th… See more
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Productive has all the tools you need to build a routine of positive, life changing habits. Build good habits. Organize your life.
Hannah Zenkova- CEO at Talk to Ri | English for TechI use this one as habits tracker. It's great and fun to manage daily routine :)
Andrea Magee- Communications ConsultantI like the setup of Productive, which allows you to create reoccurring habits from their list, or you can create your own. The interface is pleasant to use - it's one of the few apps I allow notifications on.
Yura PoleschukThis is a brilliant app. Separate out habits you're building from the tasks on your to-do list, and let this simple app remind and encourage you to make positive behaviors happen. Takes the load of remembering to call mom every week, or meditate each day, or drink extra water off of my distracted, unreliable memory AND my cluttered, overwhelming to-do lists … See more
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LifehackerTracking your habits is a great way to keep an eye on your progress for a variety of self-improvement goals, and you have an insane number of apps for doing so on the iPhone. However, when it comes to performance and ease of use, we like Productive, because it blends simplicity with the statistics you want to see.
Lauren Holliday- Journalist with a marketing mindsetI've been using this for about 1 month, and I have worked out EVERY SINGLE DAY. I check this app the most now out of everything. It's addicting... in the healthiest possible way. =)
Graham Campbell- 🚀 new ventures, fasterJohn, you might check out Gyroscope. I recently started using Gyroscope, and it integrates with some pretty useful tools (eg. Fitbit, Strava, RescueTime etc.)
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The Next WebAfter my friend and ex-colleague, Owen Williams, showed me this little-known life tracking app, I became instantly addicted to logging everything I do. Gyroscope is the love-child of a website and an iPhone app, letting you track different aspects of your life, then presenting the data collected in beautiful reports.
TechCrunchSoftware developer Anand Sharma ate sushi and went on a 2.6-mile run in the middle of the day on Saturday. He was quietly coding at his home near Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California yesterday afternoon. No, we're not Facebook friends.
Shamit Khemka- M.D. - SynapseIndiaOne of the most interesting features is that with Momentum, you can import your data into an Excel document, which allows for cross platform viewing of your progress.
mark!- Sr. Social Media Manager, Red BullIt's such a simple but effective app. You pick which habits you want to perform on a weekly basis and fill in each day with green (or red if you miss a day) blocks. Momentum and Nike Run Club are probably a huge reason why I've kept on track of running at least 1 mile a day since the new year.
Panos Spiliotis- Neybox InteractiveToday is a beautiful easy to use and versatile habit tracking app that lets you build a unique dashboard for each habit, made of cards that offer the functionality you need to track the habit efficiently in a data-rich context.