I have been trying the free version of this app and also its competitor 'Fabulous' to establish an effective and powerful morning routine. While Fabulous has lots of helpful information, it's timer is very intrusive. Goalify lets you get on with your routine in whatever way you see fit, whereas Fabulous makes you feel like you've done something naughty and undisciplined if you decide to mediate before your shower because someone else is using the bathroom. I'm still not entirely sure which I am going to recommend to support my chiropractic patients who are trying to make lifestyle changes but, at the moment, Goalify is the app I actually use each morning. Whenever I have time I read the info provided in Fabulous.
Good app. But I don't think a subscription based payment makes sense for regular users. I get why the coaching option involving recurring fees. But seems unacceptable to me for a user just tracking goals. -update for "developers" response- Yes I am fully aware of your features and pricing plans. However I don't think rather standard goal tracking is something worth continuous payment. I'd happily pay a larger one time fee for a premium version. But I won't pay ongoing fees when there are countless other affordable options. Best of luck with your app.
At first it was quite tempting with all the functionalities. But when you start doing something precise... Man this thing sucks. Such as even in custom mode I have limited customization available for the basic thing (like staring words of sentence). Anyways great UI, all the thumbs down possible to functionality. Sorry Developer. I was about to purchase pro version. But somebody else beat to it.
Great idea, lacks flexibility. Just as an example, you can choose to work in a habit everyday, every other day or every week. Well, I wanted to track mon-fri and that's not an option. So, I can track it weekly, but then it loses some of its functionality. Also, the "goals" aren't goals, really, they are activities you repeat. They are defined and displayed as such. The "goal" might be to workout because that's what you intend to do (either everyday, or every other day, NOT three days a week) but actually your GOAL is probably to lose 20 lbs, or whatever. Still keeping the app and paid for it because it seems to be the best in class and has a nice UI.
So plagued with ads and prompts to sign up immediately that I couldn't evaluate properly and uninstalled. When will developers learn to leave folks in peace with the app for a few days to evaluate? Poor.
The flaw I'm noticing right off the bat is how how hard they try to route you in to setting a goal based on their frameworks and expectations of what you'll pick. The custom goal options are just not free enough.
+ Say hello to streaks: you can see how long you have been working on your goals without interruption
+ Improved interface and workflows
+ You can now set up your goals to start in the past
+ Choose from different ranking types for challenges
+ You can now unsubscribe from community news
+ It’s simpler to connect with clients – they can scan the QR invitation code
+ The overview presents the progress clients are making, and chats can be initiated with just a click
Keep Going is easy and beautiful. Reach your goals by working a little every day