I loved the IOS version but this android version is a very poor brother. I paid for the app but still get adverts. The analytics very basic compared to the IOS version. Its only saving grace is that it one of only habit tracker that relatively easy to input data and allows you to record yes, no and n/a. Its too expensive for what it does. Improve and I'll up my rating.
I'd use it if it allowed increments in achievements. Or even just a partial achievement option, instead of just yes or no. There is no way to track how close you are to achieving the goal. For example, exercising for 50 minutes instead of an hour is very different to not exercising at all, and there's no way to reflect that. Without that option the app is useless for me.
Great idea, but way too expensive for what it does. I mean, I use feature-rich drawing apps that are half the price, and run on powerful and complex engines- whereas the working of an app like this is very simple. There is no reason it should be this costly. Make it cheaper and you'd have people running to buy this. Plus the fact that you put a 3 activity limit is a severe drawback for a free app- might as well just pull down the free version from the market instead. I like the app, but strategies like these piss me off and hence I refuse to buy this until you address these issues. And I really want to get it. No doubt it's a great app though.
Clean interface, smooth functions. I love the graphs! The customizable reminders are useful; for example, when I know that there's a time of day where it's hard to keep my habit, I set a reminder at that time to keep me on track. I also like that there are daily and weekly views.
Way of Life is so easy to use and really helps develop habits (and break bad ones)! You use the 'Journal' to choose from existing habits or create your own. These can be things you want to DO, or things to NOT do - you decide if they are good or bad. Every time you mark the habit as done, you get a green check. Break the habit, it's the red mark for you;-) Don't break the chain and let reminders help keep you on track. ,My favorite part of Way of Life is the Trend screen. Here you can check your progress using several styles covering 6 weeks, 12 weeks, 6 months and so on. Look at it based on percentage or number of actions. If you're diligent, these trends show you what's working and what's not. PS: the developer Lars Arendt is a great guy who cares about his customers and is very attentive to any questions or concerns. Real nice product and very nice people behind it!
Only lets you track 3 habbits. I think it would've been optimal if they would've let you track 5. With 3, my motivation on actually trying out the app is low.
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