With technology, and especially with smartphones, there is no lack of applications that help us in our daily lives. The same happens when we want to be more organized, productive and even initiate a change in our lives. Today there are a huge amount of routine apps and habits available for several device for free. And they’re the ones I’m going to talk to you about. Check out the list of 6 apps with this purpose that I separated here. 👇
THE HabitNow is an application that helps you enter and control habits that you want to start in your life, as well as recording and tracking simple and recurring tasks, such as an agenda.
In the app, you can define one or several habits, the duration of each, the priority and also insert reminders with alarms to remind you at the defined time.
Three highlights of the app:
- habits and tasks can be separated by categories, some are already registered in the app, but you can customize;
- the app provides graphs and statistics to analyze and track your performance on a new added habit;
- you can add app widgets to your device to keep track of everything more easily.
Note that HabitNow allows customizations, but some are limited to the version premium, which also frees up too much of the application’s resources.
Nominated for Google Play’s Best App Awards, the app Fabulous is focused on helping you motivate you to create and maintain refreshing routines, so you can start to develop healthier habits that will help improve your productivity, focus, physical and mental health.
Upon registration, the app makes a questionnaire and creates a plan/routine based on your answers, as a first step for you to follow the habits.
Your new habits can be added in three different routines – morning, afternoon and evening – where you add what you want, set times and reminders, and receive motivational letters to continue on the journey.
Fabulous also has a plan premium, with a 7-day free trial.
THE Loop is a simpler app, with a modern and clean interface, totally focused on creating and maintaining habits.
With graphs and statistics that show your performance, the app also helps you calculate the stability of your habits and allows you to create reminders with personalized notifications so you don’t forget anything.
In your interface settings, Loop also lets you enable days off to keep your habits stable, in addition to other changes such as: extend day, schedule repetitions, first day of the week and so on.
Without any ads, the app still has well-structured and minimalist widgets for you to follow its performance on your mobile home screen.
4. Daily Habits – Daily
THE Daily, or Daily Habits, is an ideal habit tracker to help you organize your personal routine, set and track daily goals and create new healthy habits, with the help of reminders and notifications.
In the app, you can track your performance by day or by the full calendar, where you can view all tasks and habits created. The cool thing is that in each of them you can check your performance from complete records.
With a very visual, fun and dynamic layout, Daily brings a gallery of habits with several options already available, as well as the possibility of creating new habits that better fit your routine.
It is important to register here that the application has ads and purchases, with a plan premium in dollar which frees up unlimited resources.
THE Habitica is for the guys who like games. The app is a way for you to stay organized and motivated, all in a game world. A way for you to meet your goals and start new habits while having fun.
When installing the app, you already create your own custom avatar. Afterwards, just register habits and tasks, and fulfill them to accumulate points and unlock resources, abilities and also missions. A fun way for you to track your performance daily.
It is worth noting that the app offers purchases, with a small shop to purchase resources and other items.
The last indication in this list is the app. Habitify, a free habit tracker (but with the possibility of upgrade) which helps you create and maintain new habits, and organize your to-do list.
With a daily routine and habits planner, which can be divided by period – morning, afternoon and night – in the app, you can follow all your progress from graphs and reports.
The cool thing about Habitify is that it has a tab called “Challenges”, where you can browse through challenges of physical activity, reading, writing, among others. The app also has widgets for mobile.