DoneApp - Track Healthy Habits 4+

Goals, Task & Habit Tracker

Reflectly ApS

    • 4.0 • 16K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

Description

DoneApp guides you in building healthy habits by helping you set goals, track your progress, and motivates you to stay on top of them. Unlike so many other habit apps, our app lets you set a goal and track it MULTIPLE times a day, not just one time per day.

The app will help you build great new habits and break existing bad ones.

After setting tangible daily or weekly goals, the app will help you track your habits and tell you when you've met your goal. The app also keeps track of Streaks when you've met your goals in consecutive periods.

The FREE version of the app allows you to create up to 3 habits. For more than 3, you'll need to upgrade to the Premium Version.

FREE Features:
• Allows you to set and track goals on a daily or weekly basis
• Let's you set a goal for MULTIPLE times a day, not just once like most habit apps
• Totally customizable habit display (the color bar) - you choose what will motivate you
• Enables tracking for both building habits AND quitting habits
• Fun color options let you customize your list
• Daily journal lets you keep notes about your habit
• Easy to edit activities in the past
• Multiple reminders for each habit
• Exportable CSV data with totals and time stamps
• Passcode protection with FaceID/TouchID
• Track activity with Apple Watch or Home Screen Widget
• iCloud and Dropbox data backup
• Shortcuts and Siri Integration

The app also integrates with Apple HealthKit. This lets you set and track goals automatically based on your activity. Ex. if you want to build a new great habit of getting more steps every day, our HealthKit integration will help you with this by attributing your steps data from HealthKit directly to your steps habit. Building amazing new habits has never been easier!

PREMIUM Features:
• Unlimited habits/goals.

DoneApp is also part of the Growth Bundle. Get discounted premium access to a bundle of the most popular productivity and lifestyle apps. See more under the Growth Bundle section in the app's settings.

The app contains subscription plans for its own Premium and the Growth Bundle - both of which are optional annual subscriptions. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, for the chosen plan's price. Subscriptions may be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your iTunes/App Store Account Settings after purchase.

Read our full Privacy Policy and Terms of Service here:
https://growthbundle.com/privacy-policy
https://growthbundle.com/terms-of-service

What’s New

Version 3.7.3

Today's update includes:

• Some "under the hood" performance improvements.
• Squashes a few pesky little bugs.

Remember to drink water, get enough sleep and have fun tracking your habits!

If you're loving the app, please let us know by leaving a review :)

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
16K Ratings

16K Ratings

tmclifton95$ ,

Was offered a yearly free trial with Reflectly

I was offered a free yearly trial with reflectly I paid a life time membership for that. Been trying to get more routine and habits in my life I also have ADHD autism and we with adhd like routines just not so boring and repetitive with the same things so this allows to have a little fun with the habits I’m trying to do like 4000 steps a day or eat breakfast or shower 4 times a week things like that. I am checking out gratitude app and the TimeBloc one seems to be pretty good. I previously had Microsoft todo as it doesn’t charge for anything at all. I recommend that one for tasks and lists and if you are trying to do a routine you can set times for everything as well. I don’t agree with paying for a app for anything really a lot of them are scams for money in disquise. I’ve tried Tiimo it didn’t do anything really to help me and it claims it’s for ADHD and well it helps for some but for me it was boring. It’s got to be something my brain likes and enjoys for me to be committed to it. I’m still trying to figure this out more and the other apps but no crashing problems or ads here on my end. I recommend it if you get a yearly free trail plan or maybe a lifetime membership to it.

bardentreblemakers ,

This App is 100% Worth The Long Review

I’ve tried several different habit tracker apps to monitor and increase/decrease the frequency of several activities in my life, but none of them come close to Done. A lot of these apps can have too many features, which I find gets in the way of successfully altering a habit. Done is simple, attractive and easy to use, while still providing a more than detailed breakdown of your habit statistics. When I found that I wanted to track a few smaller aspects of a certain habit, I discovered the journal feature. The journal feature was one of my favorite parts because it allowed me to write down the information and details about a specific day. For instance, if I’m trying to reduce how often I go on Instagram, when updating my progress I can make a note of maybe how long I spent on insta each time that I opened it. This feature allowed me to add a more personal touch to my goals, which definitely made them easier to keep up with, and just a little more rewarding when I achieved them. On top of all that, the app is absolutely gorgeous. You can assign a color to each goal, all of which are vibrant and pleasing. The app has a sleek, minimal interface that’s attractive but not distracting or confusing. I would 100% recommend the Done app for any goals or habit tracking needs you have. I’ll definitely be buying the unlimited version very soon!

Bara'ah Sinjab ,

Could use some improvement

I appreciate the simple design, the colors, the interface, and the vibration when a habit is complete. The premium is great but doesn’t come with that many more perks. Some improvements or features that can be added to the next update are: - a quick jump between today, yesterday, tomorrow. (instead of clicking on the calendar then day). Like a line with the days of the week over the “all day/ morning/ afternoon/evening”. - being able to select which day weekly habits repeat (you can’t do this now, it will automatically repeat on the day you created the habit). - not asking you every time if you’re sure you want to undo adding a tally to a habit - add monthly habit option - update emoji selection - summary % of how many habits completed overall per day -summary chart has one overall chart for all habits so you can follow trends. - more color options. - health app sync improvements (glitch doesn’t correctly track the number of steps). - being able to include times or timers for habits - having a habit archive: here you can dump a list of habits you want to work on and will add in time. - more appearance features. - adding an option of timeline for when you want to complete the habits each day. This app is great but an update is necessary. I would be disappointed if there isn’t one coming soon.

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