Automatic habit & goal tracker

Nirow is a fully automated goals & habits tracker app. Integrated with Apple Health, Fitbit, RescueTime and Location to help you log your activities without open the app.

  • Pros: 

    Clean interface

    Simple integrations with HealthKit/Fitbit

    Calendar integration (unique)


    Doesn't differentiate itself from Habitify enough

    No integration with Touch/Face ID

    Needs better reporting (e.g., consecutive days logged)

    I have enjoyed using this app for the past month but can't justify the subscription price until the app more significantly differentiates itself from competitors. (There needs to be a lot more integrations to justify the price.)

    Also, I believe that you should completely own your own data, and I don't like how CSV export is a "premium" feature.

    Other than that, the UI is very clean, and I think other habit trackers need to embrace "automated" goal tracking like this.

    Nayan Mukherjee has used this product for one month.
  • Pros: 

    Modern and effective UI, clever automated tracking, beautiful icons!


    I'm having some issues getting my walking data in

    Developing good habits is one of the foundations of a good life, and it deserves well designed tools. I believe Nirow it's one of those tools and I look very much forward to its development. It supports a variety of ways to track habits both manually and automatically, fitting plenty of scenarios. There is no excuse to not to try it and improve your life 1 habit at a time ;)

    Gabriele Tempesta has used this product for one month.
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Tiep Vu
Tiep VuMaker@tiepvuvan · CEO of unstatic
Hey Product hunters, I'd like to introduce our newest app called Nirow. After 2 years of building productive apps, especially habit tracking app (Habitify), we’ve found that all of current habit trackers (include our app Habitify) are missing something to really help users engage with the app and form habit faster. * Traditional methods: - Manually logged: Users have to open app everyday to log their activities, causing tiredness and demotivation. - Lack of customization: Customization is the best part of paper logging if you've been using paper or notebook before, you can customize your own book, paper by drawing, sketching... Because it's yours, not anyone’s. - Incomprehensive data: Hard to compare the data, for example you'll have to switch between Apple Health and Habit apps to see the impact of your newly formed habit, let’s say Running - Bodyweight * Nirow modern methods: - Automatic tracking: Nirow helps automatically track your activities, so you won't have to manually log anymore. This is supported by many well-known services: Apple Health (Health Activities), Fitbit (Health Activities), RescueTime (Time spent on PC, mobile), Location (by place you visit). We know some of you still love the feeling of ticking “done” your habit, so we didn't remove the manual logging system yet. - Highly customizable: You can customize almost everything in Nirow. App theming, Timer durations, Watch App folder, Today Widget folder and even the Notification Sounds. We believe you could make Nirow your own app :slightly_smiling_face: - Initially, we have 4 type of cards for you to compare the results of your new habits (Photo Album, Weight, Calories burned, Sleep Hour), as well as view the impact of such habits on some aspects of life. Still, plain text cannot describe everything. A lot of exciting features are waiting you to explore. We can't wait to see what you can achieve with Nirow! Your feedbacks and suggestions will be more than welcome. We will be on PH all the time to discuss.
Jenny La
Jenny LaMaker@duyen_la · CMO of Unstatic Company
Thank you @_jacksmith for hunting us . After 2 months of working, our team including 4 people (fantastic 4 huh?) decided to develop productivity app called Nirow: An automatic habits & goals tracker. Now users don't have to log into the app and check their habit off anymore Please give us your feedback so we can make the app even better :)
Raj Krsna
Raj Krsna@raj_krsna · StratConsultant, E-Adopter & Life-Hacker
This is an absolutely beautiful and sleek user experience. And I completely relate to the reasoning behind it: automating as much of these check-ins as possible. Looking forward to using it even more and seeing how u folks expand, perhaps with a daily task completion metric or the like as a plug-in.
Jenny La
Jenny LaMaker@duyen_la · CMO of Unstatic Company
@raj_krsna Hey, thanks for your feedbacks. Today we have released the 1.3 version of Nirow. Have you tried it?
Miguel Regedor
Miguel Regedor@deleted-1423249
are you guys still on it? Or are you focused agin on Habitify?
Hsn Ktş
Hsn Ktş@hsn_kts · manager
Congrats on your app. I think this is the definition of how others habit apps should be: effortless and bound to time(calendar sync). May I ask: When will the Mac version come? Is it possible to prayer times for muslims(it changes a lot based on location and date but we should pray 5 times everyday). Any possibility for Face ID protection? By the way, why is it so rare to find a habit tracker with apple calendar integration?