Simple & beautiful habit tracker for the Web, iOS & Android


Simple & beautiful habit tracker for the Web, iOS & Android

Everyday.app is a simple and beautiful habit tracker available on the 🌐 Web, 📱 iOS and 📱 Android. It also comes with web extensions to set it as the default new tab for Firefox and Chrome. It helps you form new habits by doing a little bit every day, no matter how little.

Love the simplicity, and that you've integrated skip and a don't miss 2 days notification.

One other feature I'd love to see is partial days. This can be hacked with Skip right now, but is different. A partial day is a day you did a lower level of your habit.

I often describe this technique as Green-Yellow Goals. Your Green goal is the goal your aiming to reach, while your Yellow goal is a lower goal that allows you to maintain your streak.

So, for example, my Green goal is to do 30 minutes of yoga a day, but my Yellow goal is to do at least 10 minutes. Provided I do at least 10 minutes a day, I haven't broken my streak (haven't hit Red), but I'm ideally aiming for 30 minutes.

Likewise, my Green goal is to do yoga 7 days a week, but my Yellow goal is to do at least 5 days.

I currently track this with a Google Spreadsheet, but I like the ease of use of your application more. The combination of web app, mobile app and Chrome extension is the exact combination I'm looking for in a habit tracking app.

I used to use a custom Chrome extension to show Don't Break The Chain on my New Tab, but that wasn't ideal on mobile.
@FastFedora Thanks for your thoughtful feedback Trevor! My short answer to "partial goals" would indeed be to use the skip. The nice thing about "skip" is that everyone can use it as they please. For some, it's a way to "save a streak" and have a second opportunity, for others it's a "couldn't do it but it was out of my control, i.e run on a rainy day" and finally, for some others it's a partial goal "I didn't get to 30 minutes of yoga" so that's "half a day". I myself use skip for each of these depending on the habit. I like the flexibility as if it were on a piece of paper. If I start defining too many use cases it might become confusing and hard to communicate. Finally, I want to focus on the idea of doing it every day no matter how little. So doing 10 min yoga, is already a big win from my point of view. Using skip as a "half the goal" is really for more advanced users/habits.

I'll, however, give more thought to this use case since it's important to "minimize the lows" ;D

Hope the app helps!!

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