"Every day, it gets a little easier. But you gotta do it every day, that's the
hard part." Simple and beautiful habit tracker: Form new habits to achieve your
goals DO IT EVERY DAY: Get disciplined. Doing it every day helps you form new
habits, and habits are what make you reach your g...
Developer jacked up the prices
Price went from $1/month to $5/month, or from $12/year to $30/year. Most of the “worth it” reviews reflect the original pricing. No clue why the developer suddenly felt the app was worth 3x the price, and moreover, I’m just sad that apps that once went for a one time purchase of $3 to $5 are now trying to charge the same monthly. I blame Apple for that... greedy! UPDATE: Developer responded below that the price had to go to because the app wasn’t sustainable. That’s the problem with many app developers today. They want to write one app, get customers, then raise the price. They’ve given up on making other apps and adding more value to draw in more customers. Instead, they’re exploiting their one success story and raising prices for the few who are willing to stick around. It’s happening over and over and over. $4 calendar utilities turning into $20 calendar utilities for a “polish” upgrade, turning into $30/year subscriptions - for a calendar utility. At the end of the day, if you feel like an app that replicates what you can do with a spreadsheet is worth $60/year, go for it. But this sort of price jacking is ruining the App Store, slowly, through attrition. Maybe the balance sheets don’t yet reflect it, but they will.
(If you read this first part, please read all!) With a simple app such as this, there really shouldn’t even be a price. At least not one like $30 per year. Even though it’s a small price overall, maybe the app should just cost a small $5 fee as a one time purchase. I downloaded the app because I thought it was going to be a good habit tracker. Then, after finding out I can only track 3 habits max unless I purchase the “premium” package.... not worth it. I can just find another app that’ll be free or of very little cost. (I’m leaving my previous comment so it’ll remind me not to submit such a critical and pointless review) After reading others reviews and much consideration, I’ve decided to “amend” my previous review. I completely understand now that apps do cost money, not just to create, but also to run, maintain, and update and upgrade. I appreciate all the work that has been put into this app! It really is a great Habit Tracking app that is well developed and designed. I was angry that I couldn’t find a simple app that I could download and use that was free and could simply track like 5 to 10 habits. Most of the apps I’ve found only track 3 and for a limited time because of the cost to run the app. It’s completely understandable and I apologize for being so stupid with my first posting of my review. $30 for an entire year is really a STEAL for any user wanting a solid app such as this one!!
Great little app and great motivation
Someone recommended I try this app to keep track of goals I wanted to accomplish. The first three tasks are free but any more will cost a subscription. I had previously seen a discount in December and I must have missed it, but Joan still hooked me up with the discounted subscription. Joan is also very accessible and responsive to questions or feedback. I like to support the indie developer and everyday has helped me maintain momentum for the tasks I want to track and achieve. Give it a shot and I highly recommend supporting your indie devs, especially if you get some satisfaction from the app!
Let’s be honest... eye candy matters. If it didn’t, we’d all still be working from a command prompt on a monochrome display. Color and graphics make it so much easier to assimilate data and Everyday positively EXCELS at this. (Nothing to do with the MS spreadsheet app of the same name). Everyday runs smooth and stable on iPhone, iPad and the web (in fact, there’s more real estate for OCD types like me to fill on the web view). Added bonus: the dev eats his own dogfood - he includes a lot of surprisingly useful and inspirational content in the form of ‘documentation’. He’s also very responsive to comments and questions.
Glad I found this app
Simple & easy to use, I’ve used tons of task/habit managing apps before finding this one 👍 It’s not like some of the other apps I’ve downloaded that were overcomplicated and or overwhelming, this app makes sure to give also tips on how to get the most out of it’s features, which is really helpful. I’ve only had this app for one day but I have confidence that it’ll help me maintain some good habits in my routine. I also like how the creator gives a bit of background about why they decided to make this app!
Great visuals, bring to OS X
For those complaining for tracking only three habits while it’s free, shouldn't be tracking more than three in the first place. Habits are to be built SLOWLY. Too many new habits at once won’t help. But it’s nice to track all the habits you already have. Please bring to OSX and sync-able. That’s all I ask (which I know is a big task) other than that, great app looking forward to the nice habit results in the end
I had it at 4 stars, but updated it to 5. Joan helped me add my previous habit data from a different app I was using. Also after a week of use I’ve grown to like the app more and more. The e-mails that have been sent with advice and insight have been helpful and changed my approach to using the app. Also like my previous review said, the app is visually appealing and easy to use.
This App Is The Real Deal
$12 a year is a steal for the value of this habit tracker. I especially love how the new update improved the design (which was already 5-stars) and offered more statistics for me to see. The setup allows for “don’t skip twice” mentality which I find is a lot more sustainable than a “don’t break the chain/streaks mean everything” mentality that I see on some self-improvement apps.
Nice app, a bit too pricy
This app does exactly what I wanted it to do, I love the style and the simplicity, but I was shocked by the subscription price. I would use the free version with 3 activities, but after the free week trial the app won’t let me delete the extra activities I’d entered but can no longer use. It’s too bad that maintaining apps is so expensive, I’m know that’s not the developers fault. Guess I’ll have to make do with a googlesheet shortcut on my home screen instead. It achieves pretty much the same result :/
Newbie and me like!
The bright, vivid blocks are like eye candy! Let’s face it, the idea of habits can seem confusing. Well... that’s the reason you press the “helpful hints” tab and confusion gone! For me this app just has an “it” factor to it:) We’re all smart folks and know when something is well, better... better thought out, better designed, better maintained etc. Right? Thanks!
These habit tracker apps are great, because once you build up some momentum doing your habits every day, it becomes easier and easier to keep them up. I used to use a different one, but what I love about this one is that I can customize the colors so much, and it maintains a high score, so even if I “break the chain,” I have a goal to start shooting for again right away.
Exactly what I needed
I’ve often found myself having problems sticking to the habits I meant to form and so I decided to get a habit tracker, one on my phone is convenient. I had to try out a few apps but this one is by far my favorite and it’s helping so much. It looks pretty and I do it everyday, the encouraging emails are nice. Would absolutely recommend this to anyone!!
Simple, visual way to track habits
I’ve tried other tools and for whatever reason(s) they didn’t really work for me. I’d resigned myself to using pen and paper (which works well enough but a bit clunky). Found this app via Reddit and have loved using it for the past few weeks. Highly likely I upgrade to the premium version in near future.
Very Well Done App!
Dev (Sunay), great work! •UI/UX definitely use a design education/experience—color, shapes, spacing—all stick in my mind and make app intuitive. •I just started evaluating and definitely leaning to subscription! •Some people (xLowIQx) are soft, weak, void of personal responsibility, and expect to be taken care of by others. Entitlement babies. •Do they buy vehicle tires then go back the next year to get free upgrades? The days of demanding free/cheap apps are over. •iPhones will soon be subscription based. Look it up! This app, your work are singularly high caliber. The market will bear what you ask because of your quality and high end functionality. Keep up the good work!
Simple and awesome
This app is awesome. It’s helped me get rid of bad habits and make new habits. I haven’t played my guitar for a long time but now that I can track how often I play, I play a lot more. It’s simple and colorful. I wish you could sign in to an account so data won’t be lost if the app gets deleted but overall I love the app.
Yes. Everyday Habit Tracker is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 539 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.7/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Everyday Habit Tracker Is 38.2/100.
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