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Capsicum helps you plan your day, track your habits, and tell your story. With Planning, you can check the forecast, see your schedule, tackle your to-do list, and take notes. With Habit Tracking, you can add habits you want to track such as flossing or going for a run, mark these off, and review your history. With Loose Leaf, you can make lists of anything you want and keep a journal.

Inspired by physical planners, Capsicum allows you to create multiple notebooks, each with your own personal style. Add Siri Shortcuts to help log habits on the go.

Capsicum is free to try for 14 days and after this requires a subscription for full access.

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What’s New

Version 1.1.2

Habit Tracking has performance improvements and optimizations.

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
60 Ratings

60 Ratings

RobynVA ,

Depends What You're Looking For

I've been a stationery girl all my life - I love pretty journals, colorful pens, etc. This app really scratches that itch. Its appearance is very customizable, even in the free version.

That said, the functionality needs work. The planning function is a super simple To Do list, although contrary to some other reviews, you can set reminders. But if you want to see a time associated with a task, you have to put it in your calendar. I'd like the option of a calendar-style view.

The habit tracker is so minimal that it's almost useless if you want to track more than a couple of habits. When you tic off a habit, it records when you completed it (if you choose), but it immediately resets. I want a habit to either disappear until tomorrow, or I want it to change color, remain checked, or reorder - anything that makes it easy to see what I haven't done yet. The more habits you add, the harder it is to figure out what remains to be done. Also, there's no way to set a habit for, say, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

The loose leaf function it okay, nothing fancy, but I can't find a way to delete a page.

While I strongly believe in supporting developers and don't mind subscriptions as opposed to a one-time charge, there really isn't enough here to justify the price at this time.

MonMusu ,

Love it but....

I was immediately sucked in by the design of this app. I've done bullet journaling and planners but I end up quitting the analog method as it takes too long and is bulky. This app's design fit that need perfectly in the design department! I want to love it SO BAD

However... definitely experiencing glitches right after downloading. Issue with to-do's just disappearing. Also agree with other users on needed fixes. I hope the dev team can implement some of these changes. Would definitely re-rate and would be my only planner app if so!!

Sharks6 ,

Subscription costs too much for what it does.

Update: I kept my eye on the app to see how they improve or change it, and it’s been 9 months now. Why would I ever subscribe to an app that’s been abandoned.

“Tell your story” or whatever it’s called is just the Bear notes app but very watered down. If you have used Bear before, you’ll quickly see what essential organizational and layout features you’re missing.

The Today/Week/Month view with your tasks is very basic - not much to say here. The Habits tab is the best part of the app.

My major criticism is that for the features it offers it is far too expensive. Even though it might not all be packaged in one place, you can get all three of these features (notes, today view, and habits) in much cheaper apps with way more features.

I think it has potential. If cost is no issue and you’re fine spending $20 a year for three basic features wrapped into one app (i.e. you’re not a power user or need any advanced features) then I’d say this is the app for you. I would however recommend looking into Sorted 3 as well.


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