Q. Why Routinery?

We suggest the habit stacking based on behavioral science.

1. Choose your usual habit or starting habit
2. Connect new habits
3. Start routine timer

If you drink water in the morning, connect the bedding, reading, and exercise after drinking.

Q. Do you think it is because of a lack of will?

According to psychologist BJ Fogg, the environment exceeds willpower.

If you want to drink water, you can make it just by putting a glass next to your bed.

“A life-changing morning routine doesn't just happen.”
Every morning, make a daily routine with reminders!

Trust and follow us!

Errors and improvements are welcome at any time.

What’s New

Version 3.11.3

Hello! Routinery also has an Apple Watch Completion! (I love it) Not only the watch but also the app's stability has increased a lot. Oh, and there are more icons. Feel free to contact us if you need any icons :)

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
821 Ratings

821 Ratings

nextdoordoesntwork ,

Enjoy the app—please make some small changes!

Thank you for making this app. I am giving five stars in support, but I hope you will take my suggestions to improve. This morning I had a bug where the app would crash every time I tried to open it. It was only resolved by resetting my phone in the middle of my routine. I am not particularly bothered by this happening since it is only the first time, and the app has been reliable otherwise. However, my second problem came when I tried to send feedback through the app to let you know about this problem. It took me straight to the default mail app for iPhone, which I do not use. I could not send a feedback email without first signing in through the mail app! So now I am stuck writing a review to let you know of my problem. Please add another way to you send feedback/bug reports. Having the developer email that I could copy/paste would be a great start. I’ve had a few other suggestions that I cannot remember right now, and having a place I could share would be helpful. Keep up the good work!

Developer Response ,

Thank you for contacting us and sorry for the inconvenience.
We will find and fix the problem as quickly as possible.
Also your feedback is so great!
We will reflect it in the planning.
Please look forward to it and feel free to contact us with any suggestions!
Thank you 😍

Momomo122811 ,

Great App

I’ve been looking for an app like this for a long time! It works perfectly for my purposes. I love that it shows an updated completion time as I finish tasks early (or late). I can also see what’s coming up ahead on my task list. I love the reminders when I press pause on a task, because I really do need them. Also, scrolling through the suggestions from months past, and looking at the app features now, it seems that the developers really have listened and added features that people have requested. I’m only disappointed in the fact that there’s no way to buy the “premium” version outright - only a subscription. I would gladly pay a one-time fee, but don’t pay for subscriptions on apps like this. I hope the developers will reconsider this payment model.

Developer Response ,


Thank you so much for your feedback👍

You are so insightful!

User’s feedback is the most important.

However, one-time payment will take some time.

Because we use the subscription system as a habit-forming element.

In the future, we plan to add a lifetime subscription at the point when Routinery's features become sufficient.

Please look forward to it and feel free to contact us with any suggestions!

Thank you 😍

El Cochecito ,

Great interface, but gets stuck after 5 tasks

I really like the interface, but currently after the fifth task in my list, when I click “Done,” it changes the time, but doesn’t update what task I’m on. In my case, after my 5 minutes “Shower” task is done, it starts the timer for the next task, but still says “Shower” and shows the shower icon, instead of “Make coffee.” For me, that makes the app pretty much not worth using at this point.

I also would love to be able to see the rest of the list as the timers are on, so that I could tell what’s coming up next. This isn’t a big drawback, as you’re likely to know what the next step in your morning routine is, but it’s a feature that I appreciated in a very simple app called Many Timer that I used long ago until the developer discontinued it and it became incompatible with my new phone.

This app has a lot of potential, but there are some kinks to work out, and it would have to be a really great app to justify me paying a monthly subscription rather than a one-time purchase cost.

Developer Response ,

First of all, thank you very much for your sincere review.🙏 The biggest problem seems to be that after the fifth task, you don't see the next one. If you let us know your device model name, it would help us to figure out the cause. Or if you have further information about that problem, please contact us by email.

App Privacy

The developer, Routinery Corp., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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