Streaks 4+

The habit-forming to-do list

Crunchy Bagel

    • £4.99


Now with Notes, new themes, widgets and more!

STREAKS. The to-do list that helps you form good habits.
Apple Design Award winner.

Track up to 24 tasks you want to complete each day. Your goal is to build a streak of consecutive days.

* Tasks sync across all of your devices using iCloud.
* Share your tasks with other Streaks users so they can encourage you and keep your accountable
* Streaks automatically knows when you complete tasks linked to the Health app
* Streaks reminds you automatically when you need to complete a task
* Record daily notes for your tasks
* You can also create negative tasks to break bad habits
* Create timed tasks to track mindfulness, brushing your teeth, or anything

“I was smoking 15 cigarettes each day. Streaks helped me to quit smoking by reducing and then eliminating my daily use.” - Ben, Adelaide.

Streaks is a highly customizable habit tracker, including:

* 78 different color themes
* Over 600 task icons to choose from
* Choose how often a task needs to be completed or repeated
* View your current and best streak, and a whole range of other statistics

“I've now reduced my coffee intake by 70% with Streaks, something I struggled with for 5 years. It's a life changing app to me.” - Otávio, Chicago.

Questions, suggestions or other feedback? Please email, or tweet us @TheStreaksApp.

If you like Streaks, please leave us a review! Your reviews enable us to keep improving and updating the app.


STREAKS® is a registered trademark of Crunchy Bagel Pty Ltd.

What’s New

Version 9.1.2

Streaks 9.1.2:

* Fixed: notes may display truncated
* Fixed: notes may not import from backup correctly
* Fixed: notifications may not schedule correctly if using a calendar other than Gregorian

Streaks 9.1:

* Fixed: "Send Reminder" shortcut may fail
* Fixed: pinned note may not appear on the notes panel after launching the app
* Fixed: Mindful Minutes task may show the wrong duration
* Fixed: the dots widget may show a black background instead of dark grey
* Fixed: "current streak" chart widget may show a background color
* Added: "Streaks Workout" task can now be week-long or month-long
* Added: icons for Python and Ruby


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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
113 Ratings

113 Ratings

Editors’ Notes

It’s not every day that an app helps you become a better person. But that’s what Streaks does with a simple, compelling design that gets out of the way—and lets you focus on healthy eating, reading, flossing, and winning at life. Oh yeah, and it’s one of the best Apple Watch apps we’ve ever used.

Rumbledethics ,

Great app

I found this at just the right time. I tried it a while ago but didn’t really get into it. Now, combined with a genuine desire to create better habits, this app is really coming into its own. The only thing which I would like to see done differently is I would like an option to have more than 12 on the go at one time. This may be controversial, and I can see the reasons behind having only 12. So, perhaps a compromise add functionality without tempting the user to create too many habits at once could be the ability to group clusters of related habits together. For example, I am trying to develop a reading habit for both fiction and non-fiction and so I have both of these as habits to track. If I could, for example, click on “reading“ and have two connected habits open up as options, that would be really cool. At the moment, one can create clusters of habits by, for example, calling the habit “read fiction, read non-fiction“ and just putting the habit as two sessions per day, but that is crude and unwieldy and doesn’t show if you missed one and not the other. Habit clusters would be awesome. Anyway, that would be the improvement I would really like to see, and that would make the tracker even more useful than it already is.

ColinTO1 ,

More screens is a must for some users

I appreciate the ideal of focusing on only 12 habits and can see that some UI currently hinges on the two screens. But it feels arbitrary to not have the option to add additional screens if I need them, and the option would do no harm to anyone that can manage with the default two screens.

Alongside other habits, I wanted to track weekly streaks for running, cycling and swimming targets, but tracking their streaks individually uses up a quarter of all my slots. Why should someone that runs three days a week have more other habit slots to track with than someone that does three different exercises per week? I also wanted to track sleep as when I go to bed and when I wake up, rather than just overall time so I can see where I’m missing my targets. I find that habits work for me when I can focus on specific details, but I’m having to generalise or cut other things out to make space.

I really like the way the app works in general, and to be honest I’d pay for additional screens or a second instance of the same app just to track what I want. Compromising on what details I can track is a real frustration though, and I do regret paying for it at the moment rather than finding an app with no limits. I’ve already spent time setting up shortcuts and some habits so I’ll cross my fingers for an improvement while I test out other apps for a secondary/replacement tracker.

App Privacy

The developer, Crunchy Bagel, 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:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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