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Revively

Revively helps you to kick your bad habits.

Revively helps you to kick your bad habits when it comes to tobacco addiction, alcohol addiction or drug addiction. We will track your statistics by showing you how much money you have saved and how much you have avoided to consume.

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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.

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Hannah Zenkova
Hannah Zenkova- CEO at Talk to Ri | English for Tech
I use this one as habits tracker. It's great and fun to manage daily routine :)
Andrea Magee
Andrea Magee- Communications Consultant
I 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 Poleschuk
Yura Poleschuk
This 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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Lifehacker
Tracking 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.
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Manage habits w/ a clean interface showing streaks & trends

Create good habits, break unhealthy ones, build a better you.

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Aleksandra
Aleksandra- Maker @ Planet:tech, Supergirls
I 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
Aleksandra- Maker @ Planet:tech, Supergirls
I also tried Habit List and love it for simplicity. Reminders are very helpful!
Aleksandra
Aleksandra- Maker @ Planet:tech, Supergirls
I use Habit List, and it gives me a great overview of my habits and routines. Easy customization and clean design are the main advantages for me, though morning reminders are very helpful too :)
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Forcing you to get over Bad habits & Addictions 🚬 🍺 ❗️

This app doesn't care about your excuses ✅ This app doesn't mind offending you 👎 This app will push your life's responsibilities in your face until you quit your bad habits and scream 'Fine, I'll Quit' 💥 FIQ Was designed to help you quit addictions and bad habits that are taking over your life 🙌

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Medium
"Fine, I'll Quit" is an app that helps you get over your bad habits. All of us have bad habits and all of us have that core need to get rid of them. Some of them easily go away but some of them are...
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A better way to end video game addiction 🎮🚫

Game Quitters 🎮🚫 is the largest online support community for video game addiction, with members in 95 countries.

Learn how to finally quit gaming and turn your life around with hundreds of resources, inspiring stories, free tools, and community support. You are not alone. 🧡

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thestar.com
Cam Adair loved video games. Fantasy games full of monsters and dwarves like World of Warcraft. The terrorists, bombs and rifle fire of Counter-Strike 1.6. He was bullied in middle school, and the games gave him the feeling of being in charge.
Kotaku
When one of World of Warcraft's top ten guilds recruited Cam as their chief hunter, his suicidal thoughts surged. To earn the enviable invitation, Cam had spent 16 hours a day grinding on WoW, to the detriment of everything else.
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Reminds you how much money you're saving by quitting smoking

Hi ProductHunters! 👋

This is Quit smoking Now OSX

It helps you quit smoking by reminding you how much money you've saved 💰, how many days 📅 you've been smoking free and how many cigarettes you've not smoked since your quit date. Directly from your Mac Menu Bar 👨‍💻

Just open it, set your quit date, and watch your savings going up! 😎

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The ultimate habit maker and breaker

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Arash Narchi
Arash Narchi- Sales Consultant
I really like Way of LIfe - I've been using it for over a year. Nice clean UI and it's great for people who don't care about the social features of habit tracking (like coach.me) and want to focus on progress. They have great analytics like 6w/9w/annual etc breakdown of how you are doing for certain habits. You can track 3 habits for free and after that you… See more
Adam Kazwell
Adam Kazwell- Product manager/observer
Easy way to keep track of habits, Kevin Rose approved :)
joshua bradley
joshua bradley- Passionate about making life better
Super lightweight (only requires a minute or so p/day) making it more likely to use it—simple in design, but incredibly effective.
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Make a pledge. Create a habit.

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Jamie
Jamie- Figuring out what to design next
We developed this a few years ago, always see a lift in usage during the new year for those new year resolutions :) There's a lot of to-do type apps out there. We wanted to focus on more time-based activities.
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