ADHD Organizer, Planner: Focus 4+

Daily reminders & Goal tracker

Nota Systems, LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 1.1K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Introducing Focus – a habit and activity tracker designed with ADHD in mind.

Structure your life and build sustainable habits. Never forget, never procrastinate, never lose sight…

Focus is not just another tracking tool - it's your companion in navigating adult ADHD.


“ADHD approved

I have tried so many habit tracking apps and this is by far the best one. I love the way it looks (simple, sleek, minimalist, but customizable). It doesn’t overwhelm me looking at it. It also doesn’t send me unnecessary notifications”


“Deleted my other Habit tracker apps

Aside from checking activities off your list, you can classify habits under “Goal” or “Limit”. That got me considering the things I should be cutting down on (like coffee intake).

What might be the most interesting aspect is the “Time Tracker” option.
I deleted all the other Habit Tracker apps I had on my phone after playing around with this one… this app just seems more motivating.”


“Truly checks all the boxes

Download this app immediately. Clean, intuitive interface. Tracks habit building and breaking. Daily task timer. It’s even become my to-do list and reminder app. Can’t speak highly enough of this app and the developer. I had nearly given up.”



Digital Journal: “a global habit tracker”

GQ: “zero distractions and ads”

Yahoo Finance: “habit tracking key player”


1. Boost Reading Habits: Distracted easily? Use Focus to increase focus and read more books.

2. Enhance Physical Health: Keep track of your workouts and turn sporadic bursts of energy into a regular exercise routine.

3. Learn New Skills: ADHD is not a limitation - expand your skillset at your own pace.

4. Manage Side Projects: Keep your diverse interests under control, prioritizing and progressing each project effectively.

5. Regularize Self-care: From flossing your teeth to meditation - track and maintain those essential routines.

6. Habit Formation: Understand where your time goes and create habits tailored to your unique brain.

7. Minimize Destructive Habits: Smoke less, reduce alcohol, limit unproductive screen time - use Focus to manage impulsivity.


-> Individual Activity Trackers: Every activity you track is a step towards understanding and managing your ADHD better.

-> Visual Progress: Visual cues work wonders with ADHD. Watch your growth with beautifully designed statistics.

-> Motivating Reminders & Notifications: Just when you need a nudge, Timecap's reminders can help keep you on track.

-> Flexible Timeframes: Set daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly goals and limits - you're in control.

Unlike other habit trackers, Focus ensures you invest time in what truly matters. Streaks are meaningful and fulfilling. And if one breaks? That's okay - start over and strive to break your personal records.


Auto-renewing subscriptions will charge your iTunes account unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. The renewal cost depends on your Subscription Plan and currency.

Subscriptions with a free trial period will automatically renew to a paid subscription. Manage your free trial's auto-renewal in your Account Settings after purchase. Cancellation will take effect 24-hours after the last day of the current subscription period, downgrading you to the free service.

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What’s New

Version 1.28.0

Resolves a couple bugs affecting the user experience.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

quinnriddle ,

Simple app-

But that’s what makes it great!!! I have ADHD and I wanted something simple that helps me time what I need to do. I can just press “play” on my daily, weekly and monthly goals, and it keeps track of how long I spent doing it. And it reminds me at a certain time (I have my reminder at 9 pm) if my goals haven’t been met. Which is great for somebody like me who tends to forget what I wanted to do. It’s a nice way to gently remind myself of what needs to be done, and to keep track of the times I did them. So when I go back and say “well I haven’t done anything productive....” I can open the app and actually see what daily goals I’ve done, when I did them, and if I spent more or less time doing them every day!!! Honestly- this app is such a simple tool that’s helping me get my life together. The creator/s did such a wonderful job with this.
Edit: I’m still loving the app! The only thing I wish the app had is a way to put in “hey, I did this activity for x amount of time today” because several times I’ve gone to do stuff and forgotten to start the timer.

AtillaTheHun86 ,

ADHD Friendly

Having ADHD is not a constant and for everybody the experience is different. But there are some unifying elements that I think most people who suffer from ADHD can agree upon and that is time managment and not only making goals for yourself but actually remembering both to attend to them and that you set them in the first place.

This is where timecap becomes extremely useful, it wont solve the problem but it will definitely help. It keeps me focused and on track. It's like a butler just making sure I remember what those goals were, and doesn't reprimand me if I fail or forget.

I would like a bit more dicipline from it though since it doesn't seem to notify me when I'm forgetting, but that might be a failure on my part and not knowing how to make it do exactly that. It's only an app and not my own personal Alfred.

I'd recommend it though to anyone that wants to get a better overview of how they want to spend their time and especially if you are like me, have trouble sticking to your goals and/or remembering them. I'd like to add that I'm using the premium version but I'm also all for paying for stuff that works.

It won't transform your life but it can 100% help, if you use it correctly. Either way the responsability always ends with you.

jajajoshua ,

Truly checks all the boxes

I was having such a hard time finding 1. a good habit tracker that wasn’t either bogged down with useless features or wasn’t incredibly ugly and 2. a good daily task timer (for making sure I’m getting in 45 minutes of reading a day, 30 minutes of walking, etc). I would have been happy with two good apps instead of one that did both well but even that was impossible.

If you’re in the same boat: download this app immediately. Clean, intuitive interface. Tracks habit building and breaking. Daily task timer. It’s even become my to-do list and reminder app. Can’t speak highly enough of this app and the developer. I had nearly given up.

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