I know there is Trello as all-in-one management app, but I am looking specifically made app for this very purpose!
- Todoist has a great feature called Next 7 Days, a view allowing you to see all the upcoming tasks you have. It's great for bringing together your schedule for the week ahead and seeing the most important tasks of the day!If you use Todoist Premium (32$ per year), you can see how well you followed a routine previously
- In Zenkit you can use different tools to view your tasks and appointments. There is a Kanban Board like Trello, but you can easily switch to the Calendar view to have a look at your week or month. There is also a checklist option which you can use in every data view.
- I've been hunting down app after app for years, trying to find one that worked with my brain, and this one clicked. The simple interface, cloud integration, and agenda-like views make it super simple to use and great for busy people (like us!).
- More suited for daily routines than schedule - but keeps you on track for daily routnes.Agree 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 that you want to improve and force you to not try become everything at the same time which bound to fail. PS: For me, I set it out so that I have 6 habit in the morning and 6 habit in the evening. This work really well for me. 2. It has some automation if its tasks that related with Apple Health. So if you run for 30 minutes, you can set the tasks to automatically mark it as done, without you having to manually mark it. If you have Apple Watch, then it become more easier to track. 3. Their UI is really good and each time you complete something you feel satisfied. There are icon that would help you visualise the tasks, that seems trivial at first, but if you manage to pick icon that really convey the habit, it would help you to memorise it. As with other app, it has some cons. Especially with the flow to edit tasks that I think little bit confusing. But overall the tradeoff is really good.
- Hakan Baybaş made this productHi MaheShrestha, I'm the founder and maker of Logg. We created Logg for this purpose, track and manage. Recording all your activities and tracking is what Logg does 😊 Also it has many application integration, our distributed data will automatically will fill into your daily life flow. Integrations to Strava, Apple Health, Google Fit, Goodreads, Spotify, Swarm is possible and it is counting. You can use more than 500 premade categories to record your daily activities, you can also create categories which fit your needs. You can filter any category and find your category based logs, you can see statistics about your habbits. Also it is a social platform, you can be social as much as you want. You can follow people which logs activities just like you. I think you had to try it and see what I'm talking, you will love it. Regards. HakanOf course the answer is Logg for me, Tracking yourself, collecting memories and never forget what you do. This app is could be a life saver.
- Pavel Kukhnavets made this productI vote for Hygger.io because of its smart and powerful Roadmap. You can share the Roadmap and lay out the high-level perspective of what will happen over time, by specifying major releases, projects, and initiatives. It looks great for developers. Using this Roadmap, you may easily schedule and manage your daily routine.