Badabits - Stop kid bad habits 4+
Fun child good habits tracker
Designed for iPad
Badabits is a fun habit-forming app for children. The best app to assist your kids to start an adventure of building healthy habits and breaking all their bad ones.
An adventure to save all the Badabits!
Goodabits are kind creatures that help humans to keep their good habits to live a happy and healthy life.
One day a disaster occurred and all of them turned into monsters called… The Badabits.
The world needs a hero to fight the Badabits!
Set and track your kids' habits
18 habits to improve your kids' life, and more to come!
Along with your children, define good and bad habits they are willing to change. Badabits reinforce the dialogue between parents and children!
Parenting made easy
Clean your room, do your homework, do chores, early bedtime, take your medication, stop complaining...
Encourage positive change
Do more exercise, read books, less junk food, more vegetables, brush your teeth...
Less screen time
Define a limit of screen time with your children and make them respect it.
Habits come from repetition.
Good habits will transform Badabits into Goodabits. But be careful if your kids do bad things it will make Badabits stronger!
Find them all!
Keep your child motivated!
Keep the streak of positive habits on! And weeks after weeks, discover new Badabits and collectibles.
12 characters to discover
And more to come! Each of them having their own fun animations and personalities!
Cool items to find!
Reward your kids' good behaviors with items to customize your Goodabits!
The application has good habits too!
Enjoy the app for free.
No advertisement: Your children deserve the best experience and to focus on their adventure.
We care about your kids' privacy and will never share data with 3rd parties, period.
For any question or idea do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ratings and Reviews
Not Just for Kids
I’ve tried a lot of different ways to motivate and/or remind myself to make some of the changes I want to see in my life. I’ve found a way to sabotage myself on all of them. I think this is because they are apps made for rational adults who wholeheartedly want to track their good habits. Yeah. If I had that kind of willpower and oomph that would be great. But I’m not there yet. Enter Badabits. When I successfully do my task I get food for my Badabit. When it eats enough good food it becomes a Goodabit! I love this! It’s quirky. It’s fun. It’s instant positive feedback AND delayed gratification so I don’t give up on it. It’s playful so I remember to do it. For my first set of three I chose one habit I’m already good at. One that I’m not but shouldn’t be too hard. And one super hard one. After a week I’m in the flow with the medium habit. Still acing the easy one of course. And have made great progress toward actually doing the super hard one. It feels really good to finally be making progress on the changes I want to make. I credit this app for helping me a lot on this.
you should give it a go
this is definitely something that makes tracking your habits fun, it has a really cute story and a pretty simple reward system, not overly complicated like some apps like to do
if you're looking for a more literal habit tracker, I wouldn't suggest this app; however, if you have trouble keeping yourself interested with schedules or tasks, I'd give it a try
this is definitely catered to little kids but anyone could use this and find it helpful; I think something like this could be pretty useful for those with ADHD since it does a good job of keeping you engaged
the only bad part is that it's a little laggy for me, that could be due to it needing an update but it works totally fine despite that
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- ZIZO DESIGN, CO., LTD.
- 90.4 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
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