MacLife App Showdown Winner - Featured in iPhone Life: New Year New You - Huffington Post: 6 Helpful Apps to Make You a Better Person - Time Management Magazine Top 20 - Technology site Redmond Pie called it the "Ultimate $5 App" - Fast Company "To Nail Your New Year's Resolutions, Quantify Your Self" MacLife: "You can tweak and add to your heart's content."
Three categories are already set up in Habits Pro:
- Live a Healthy Life
- Be Social
- Exercise Your Mind
- Bonus: some ideas to get you going!
Habits Pro = Intuitive Insightful Effective
- Unlimited category screens for organizing your habits
- Visual calendar
- Goals and tasks
- Custom icons (250+) or photos for your goals
- Number items, track weight, steps, BP
- Select active weekdays for recurring tasks
- Daily reminder
- Daily, weekly, and monthly graphs
- Interactive graphs with many details
- Rename categories, labels
- Set up your custom items
- Password protection
- Backup and sharing via Dropbox and Email
- Powerful data export options
Item types available in Habits Pro: Yes / No, Time, Counters, Numbers, Visual scales with icons, values, and labels
Review from US App Store
I love this app and have used it daily for a year now! I made a "work out" category so I can set goals for how many minutes I want to do each week of cardio, abs, arms, etc as well as how many days I want to exercise each week. I use that category the most but I made categories for work and home as well.
iPhone X format supported, FaceID security
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Love the adaptability & simplicity!
I’ve had this app for several years and continue to use it. In fact, I just started using it to track something else. Two improvements I’d like to see would be the ability to attach images, and better downloading of graphs. One final plus is that there isn’t a monthly or annual fee.
Numeric Keypad Problems
This is a really useful tool when it's working. Really great. The closest iOS match for an app I used to use on the PC way back when called LifeForm...only much more convenient to have on a portable device. That said, for some reason it'll go through stretches where the numeric keypad entry ceases to work on the lowest row (the row with the decimal, zero, and backspace). Really frustrating and makes inputting things like fractions of a pound, etc, impossible. Rotating the device (in this case a 9.7 inch iPad Pro) causes the lowest row to become inaccessible in landscape mode and a complete 180 to the opposite portrait orientation results in the row disappearing completely. Would love to see a fix for what I think is normally a five star app to put it back at 5 stars. But in its current form it’s just not as useful. If there are ever any more updates another great addition would be more options to plot more data sets against each other on the same graph so a user could see, for example, the impact minutes of daily cardio have to daily weight gain or loss, etc. Anyway, love this app and haven’t given up hope on it yet but the numeric keypad issue currently makes it mostly unusable and that’s a real shame because it’s such a great tool when it’s working.
Use it Every Day
I have been using this app since 2012. It is hands-down the best health tracker out there. It is so versatile. All of my data and notes are still available for me to go back to. I use it every day and I keep finding new ways to use it. It is part of my morning routine. I love the versatility. I use it for tracking my devotion times in the morning, even putting my notes in it. I also use it for tracking my health habits. I love the graphs. I can see how my weight trends and how it relates to how much water I am drinking and how much exercise I am getting. I use it for tracking my special needs son's behavior and both of the kids' chores. It has so many uses all in one app. Thanks!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.