Habits Pro review

I wanted to share this user review of Habits Pro for iPhone and iPad with you. This app is simply to use and at the same time as powerful as you want to make it. Instead of trying to explain it myself I let our users speak: “I’ve tried a number of habit tracking apps and I like this one the best. One of the biggest things I like about this app is how easy it is to see what you want to track. Most of the other apps had really tiny font with no icons, just boring and overall difficult to use. This one is very fast because the icons are bold and the text is easy to read. A few simple clicks and you’re done recording. This is a very versatile app. You can choose a number of formats for tracking: yes/no; counter (number of times you did something); number; levels; etc. You can also enter in multiple entries throughout the day and choose to add up the entries, which is very beneficial for some habits. For example, if you want to track how many calories you take in, you can create a food entry using the “number” choice and choose to “add up the entries” for the day, week, or month. You simply click the icon on the tracking screen and it automatically creates an entry based on date/time (which you can adjust). There is a space for a notation (maybe what you ate), then you enter the calories as the number and enter it. You can do this throughout the day and the app will...

Redmond Pie Names Habits Pro the “Ultimate $5 App”

We are happy to hear from Technology Site Redmond Pie about Habits Pro! “the app is unlike many to-the-point goal trackers, offering plenty of tweaks and settings to set up an elaborate goal achieving plan. Users can specify which days would be better suited to some tasks that build on to achieving a goal.” Link Habits Pro became one of the most downloaded Productivity apps this week, right behind Dropbox and before Evernote. Thanks to all the folks you let others know about Habits Pro. Spread the word, have a great 2015, and keep on tracking!...