Habit Tracker Apps

Below is a list of Habit Tracker Apps that you can use to track your habits.






USD $4.99

** Streaks is in the top 15 Health & Fitness apps. Its built around encouraging you to maintain a consistent streak of consecutive days of your chosen habits, as such it is a great way to stay motivated.

The interface is extremely customisable; you can make it suit you and your tastes.What’s more, it can be easily integrated with the Health app, one of the most popular apps on iOS. If you’re falling behind, the app will send you a reminder to keep you on course.


Free with in-app purchases

​** Habitify is bold in its design, and is both sleek and easy to use, and complicated and detailed.

Habitify allows you to keep focused by showing you the habits that need to be completed sooner first, making it ideal for busy people. Detailed graphs and statistics show you all you need to know about your progress and your habits.

It can also be seamlessly synchronized across all you iOS devices. It is relatively low on customization options, but if this isn’t a problem for you, you’ll find a lot to love.

Strides: habit Tracker

Free with in-app purchases

** Strides Habit Tracker is a good all-rounder, with all the features you expect from a great habit tracker and more.

The app is quick and easy to use, so you’ll be able to start developing great habits right away. If you plan to complete a set number of tasks for a specific date, the app calculates if you’re on track to complete it on time, enabling you to tailor your habits around your goals.

Productive Habit Tracker

Free with in-app purchases

** Productive’s simple, but well-designed interface makes keeping track of your habits simple. It is intuitively designed so you’ll be able to start planning in seconds.

Though it is simple in its design, it is full of great features, and best of all, the app keeps track of your successes, meaning you’ll be able to measure your continuing improvement and stay motivated.


Free with in-app purchases

** Done gives you the ability to track an activity multiple times a day and the app is full of the features you’d expect from a great habit tracker. You can track habits you want to create, and habits you want to break. It features a number of customisation options making it suit your tastes. The Premium version (paid) even allows you to export your habit data as a CSV file or on Dropbox. Unless you upgrade to premium, you can only track 3 habits on the basic version.

Good Habits

Free with in-app purchases

** Good Habits offers many great ways to track the progress of your habits thanks to its smart design. The app enables you to look at the precise data of your habits and chains. Enabling you to check your progress with ease (paid version). It can be used with Apple Watch and the Today Widget for extra usability. Ultimately, there is not too much to set it apart from other apps. But if you like the way it looks, then you might have a great time with this app.


USD $1.99

** Persistence has many ways to help you stay motivated. The app tells you when you are on or off target for completing your goals enabling you to correct yourself and succeed.

Being able to quickly tell when you are off and on target is extremely useful, ensuring you’ll always know when are where to push yourself or relax. It also allows you to enter notes about your progress and habits to ensure you remember all you need.



^ StickK was developed by behavioural economists at Yale University. On signing up, you create a commitment contract with yourself and the app to reach your goals, you can even bet money on yourself. For added motivation, you can assign a friend or family member to check your data to ensure you’re on your way to reaching your goals. The unique commitment contract idea could be a brilliant way to stay motivated – a feature backed by research. The app is based on the principles of Thaler’s nudge theory and has an eye catching layout.


Free with in-app purchases

Habit-bull is one of the most feature-rich habit tracker apps and its detailed recording system means you’ll be able to get detailed information about your progress. Your data can all be backed up in the cloud, meaning you’ll never need to worry about losing track of your progress.

If you’re aiming to increase your fitness, Habitbull can be integrated with GoogleFit. If you are looking for a simpler habit tracker, you may find this one a bit complicated.

Habit List

Free with in-app purchases

Habit List is all about developing and maintaining a streak of beneficial habits. It is great at tracking your habits over a long period of time, enabling you to easily make sense of your progress in a way that is easy to read and understand. If you have a complicated schedule, or want to complete specific tasks on specific days, you can easily set a calendar of activities to complete, and view them accordingly.



^ HabitShare blends a social networking site with a habit tracker, allowing you to grow habits with friends.

The social options are well done and relatively uncommon, and unlike other apps with a social networking options, there is a messaging option allowing you to communicate with friends in real time. This allows you to motivate your friends, or be motivated by them, with it your goals become team efforts. You can also disable the social aspect and keep things private.


Free with in-app purchases

This app has a number of great features which makes it ideal for keeping track of habits and routines. One of the most interesting features is you can import your data into an Excel document, which allows for cross platform viewing of your progress. You are also able to set weekly targets and take notes allowing you to easily take control of your habits.

GBP £1.99

Chains.cc is fairly unique in its approach, each time you stick to your habit, your chain grows, helping you stay motivated. The app has a beautiful and intuitive interface. Most importantly, it can be used both online and off, allowing you to keep track of your habits wherever you are.


Free with in-app purchases

^ Habitica is for the lovers of gaming. This app is extremely creative in its approach to tracking and maintaining good habits. Inspired by RPG video games, each task you complete will level up your customised avatar giving you an extra incentive to stay motivated. The app isn’t limited to just habit tracking, but with it you can join your friends and complete quests and missions. It’s not just video game inspired but is a game in itself. Those who aren’t interested in video games may not prefer Habitica.

Simple Habit Tracker


Don’t be fooled by its name, Simple Habit Tracker is one of the more interesting habit trackers as its packed with great features.

If you’re looking for inspiration, the app comes with over 200 pre-designed habits to get you started. One of the most appealing features is the beautifully designed and eye catching interface.



Balanced is completely focused on healthy habits. Its designed to help you keep track and measure your sleeping patterns, your exercise, and the time you spend sitting, encouraging you to develop healthier habits. This app helps you to concentrate on only three activities at a time, so you don’t get overwhelmed.


Free with in-app purchases

For more structured and detail orientated users. Sessions is a well-designed app which is great for timing your activities and habits. It is visually pleasing to look at thanks to its uncluttered interface. It allows you to set specific amounts of time to perform each activity, so you’ll be able to carefully plan and structure your day and routine. You can also track your progress as you develop your habits and routines for maximum efficiency.

Way of Life

Free with in-app purchases

Way of Life advertises itself as the “ultimate habit building app” and you can see why. It comes laden with features to ensure you are in control of your habits and routines. On first use, users are presented with an interactive tutorial, to ensure they quickly know how to understand and use all the key features, including: the ability to share your progress on your social media profiles, export your data as an Excel file or CSV file, archive your completed goals for a full record of your success. Some may find the layout complicated, however this is mitigated thanks to the tutorial.

** = Highly rated in the App store; ^ = Has an accountability feature which may be used by a coach or practitioner.