- Joan Boixadós made this productFor me the most important thing is to have my list of daily habits very accessible, so being able to have it on my mobile as well as on the web is very important. If you add to that that everyday is very simple and beautiful, making it incredibly easy to see what I need to get done and mark what I did, you've got it all. Being able to see my progress in a visually beautiful board is also very motivating!
Recently discovered Everyday and after trying some others I'm sticking with this one. It has the correct amount of features I need without being complex. Good stuff.
I've been tracking pushups, daily writing, and commitments to groups I'm in. It's not my project manager but more of a baseline of some minimum things I want to accomplish. The streak is real.
- 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 pay $7 one time for the app.
- Dan Bellinski made this productIf you're into mindfulness, my app Present Sense is all about tracking your observations of the world around you. It gives ideas of how to be present in everyday life then gives you prompts to be aware of. At the end of a session you journal about what you experienced and that is tracked over time. I added in fun metrics like word clouds so you can see what you notice most often. It's a little different than Way of Life, but it focuses on your mental health tracking.
- This app lets you track your habits in a very simple way - there are more advanced platforms out there in terms of features. Yet what I absolutely love about HabitShare is the fact that you can share your progress with some people close to you, which is something other apps do not offer.