13 Alternatives to Habittap
Create good habits, break unhealthy ones, build a better you.
Aleksandra- Maker @ Planet:tech, SupergirlsI put my resolutions into the Habit List and it really helps me to keep track of how I'm keeping to them (daily, weekly, monthly analytics). The limitation is that you can add mostly actionable items like 'go for a run', ' do morning meditation' or 'reading 100 pages a day'. It does not help to track resolutions like 'improve emotional well-being', 'improve … See more
Aleksandra- Maker @ Planet:tech, SupergirlsI also tried Habit List and love it for simplicity. Reminders are very helpful!
Robert McLaws- Co-Founder, CloudNimble and BurnRateI used to have serious problems getting to sleep. Now, I use SimpleHabit to do one of any number of sleep meditations, and I sleep MUCH better. I also rarely get insomnia now, where it used to be a huge problem.
Lindsay Saewitz- Chi Entrepreneur + The #Bizamo ProjectSo far my favorite (over headspace). I like that it's 5 minutes instead of 10, haha. makes me more likely to do it! and you can pick based on how much time you have.
Jan Sysala 👨💻 ⚛️ 🚀- Front-end dev 🔎 for remote web dev job.You can track habits (positive/negative), daily tasks and to-dos. Easy to use, multi-platform. Gamified, with possibilities to create/join guilds.
Anthony GlyadchenkoMakes taking care of your todos and habits a little less painful. Level up, new abilities, raising pets. Doesn't let the gamification get in the way of managing your todos. Great third party API. Wonderful community. Collaborate with others on tasks to defeat bosses.
Nik Lal- Word nerdGamification isn't for everyone. It is for me. Getting XP to level up my character and gold to buy quests, getting random item drops upon performing the task that I'm trying to habitify, all this works for me, really well. More things I love: joining a party of friends to complete quests without have to share my task+habit list, and free and open source with… See more