Flexible, easy nagging It's super easy to add new habits like take vitamins, no bread, eat greens, etc. ..I like that i cam view a month at a time to so my progress. ..
Bold tracking display. I am using Habit Bull ţo track a a bunch of exercises that I have to do on an irregular basis. I have had it about a week and find the interface is quite good for setting up what I need to do that day. I like having a single number that will let me know when I blew it. Still figuring it out, but so far so good.
Good but SLOW and LAGGING please make the app run/load smoother and faster on phone. If my experience improve I will then buy this. Im using lenovo with 2GB ram already and standard processor.
New Habits HabitBull really is flexible and fun to use. I like seeing my string of sucesses grow. The only things I might add would be the ability to give myself a monthly or weekly day off without breaking the streak for regularly scheduled events or emergencies. For instance, I stay away from processed foods except when I go shopping once a month.
Nice UI The interface is clean and setting up each habit is simple enough. Data pulled from Google Fit is a little spotty and doesn't update all the time. Also the motivational quote/images always changes when you upvote or downvote them. I would prefer to upvote and let them stay on the screen and have a "next" button to get a different image.
I Can Finally Stick To My Habits I tried a lot of things to reform my goals, but this is by far the most successful. As long you don't overload yourself with an unreasonable amount of habits you should be fine. I add a new habit to the list ~every 2 weeks.
- material design!
- nicer colors!
- new graphs
- daily/monthly sum and average stats
- pin lock
- snooze notifications
- input data from notifications
- "nuke" option to easily start over
- various bug fixes
- made it easier to add/edit/view notes
- Touch feedback
- Changes in navigation
- Increased stability
- Google Fit integration
- Sharing calendar functionality
- Weekly view widget fix