Habit-Bull: Daily Tracker, Goal Reminder

Habit-Bull: Daily Tracker, Goal Reminder

By AppForge Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-10-18
  • Current Version: 1.2.8
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 56.09 MB
  • Developer: AppForge Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.2 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 4,687 Ratings


HabitBull helps you organize your life! Easily keep track of all your habits, routines and repeated to-dos! » Smash Through Your Goals! HabitBull is a powerful companion which helps you keep track of your day to day habits and routines » Fully Customizable Measure and track anything and everything. Get notified whenever you need to do something important. » Cut Bad Habits From Your Life Simply start tracking bad habits like nail biting, smoking or drinking too much. Once you see the patterns, it's easier to break them. HabitBull keeps you accountable. » Add Some Positive Habits Want to go for a nice walk every day? Or maybe give 3 hugs every Saturday and Sunday? Join us! » Who is it for? Whether you want to read some more, stop smoking, start working out or even just track how many hours you wasted on Facebook, this app lets you do it! » HabitBull only speaks English at the moment! » Features •  Track multiple habits, repeated to do's or goals, each in its own calendar •  Streak counter and percentage successful for each habit •  Yes/No or Number goals •  Very flexible goals like: number of times per day/week/month, only on certain days of the week etc. For example: 30 push ups every Mon-Fri, go to the gym 2 times per week, or even every 2 days •  Inspiring quotes per category - including actual quotes from people doing it (meditation, reading, stop drinking alcohol, stop smoking cigarettes, stop procrastination etc) •  Graphs with success percentage / streak, entered values etc •  Powerful reminders - multiple times per day, sound and vibrate optional •  Multi-device syncing •  Cloud backup •  Discussion Forums •  Pin Lock » How it works: 1. Set up a habit 2. Tell HabitBull how you went for a day 3. Watch your daily streak increase Habits are no more than routines which you perform subconsciously. To build one - train yourself. To break one, find another one which is similar, yet different and nicer, and repeat it until it sticks. To assist you with this HabitBull lets you set reminders for each habit and displays them on days when you need to be successful. This is especially useful if you have a to do list with repeating tasks or if you want to be reminded to do the same thing every day. It can also be used as a calendar planning tool or checklist, but also as a very effective repeating reminder (e.g. to drink water every 2 hours). HabitBull does feel a little like a game in which you compete with yourself. The task is to get a long streak for the habit you are working on by covering your goals. The longer the better. It takes a couple of months to fully build a new routine, so don't give up - it takes time and if you are consistent it will work; even if it takes a few attempts. There are many things which you may want to improve. HabitBull can be used as a planner in building habits like taking your pills regularly, exercise, or keep to a diet. It can also be used as a helper for people suffering from memory problems. As for your vices, HabitBull can be a useful goal tracking tool, or a smart notebook, to assist you while breaking bad habits like nail-biting, drinking alcohol and even improving your dating skills. It is entirely up to you, really. But why not give it a try and have a convenient helper on the go?



  • Start small, three habits, 66 days

    By EcoSolarSurfer
    Seriously great, helped me kick soda and go to bed on time. Now I use it to keep me practicing drawing and try to keep in touch with my family more often... I set my habit goals and trying to keep a streak and fill a calendar with kept habits is really reinforcing with out being complex like other habit apps! Got recommended this app from a SkillShare video on how to be more productive!
  • Yup

    By @GarbageTimeKid
    Whatchu want it to be
  • Better On Android, Syncing Needs to Improve, Still Good Though

    By Cents of Time
    I have this app on both my Android Phone and iPad. On the phone it works great and I have nothing but positive things to say. On the iPad (I know it is not an iPad optimized app) though I had crashing issues where I had to delete and reinstall the app. It seems to be working fine now and I like how on the iPad it displays horizontally. I wish the sync was either automatic or the button was easier to find. It is buried under multiple menus to get too which strongly discourages me from using it on the iPad even though I want too. I paid for premium on both the iPad and phone. The app is great, but either an iPad app needs to be made or the sync needs to be changed or easier to do. I ended up deleting the app. The constant crashing became too much to deal with. I still highly recommend Habitbull just not on the iPad!
  • Not ready for prime time

    By BRLouLou
    I bought the premium version. It worked for a week. When it started immediately closing before the app was fully open, I had no choice but to delete and reinstall. Bye-bye premium version. No help whatsoever after contacting support – It’s been a month, now, and I doubt there’s a reply in my future. I’ll consider it a lesson learned and go back to my list.
  • Worth the premium

    By getting-better
    This was the tool I was looking for. Better than others because of the parameters you can set, not just a yes/no for every day. First I used it for just a few habits, but decided to upgrade to premium to track more habits. It has helped me keep on track.
  • No Notifications, No Icon Badge?

    By dot.mac
    I am testing the free version; so far, I have not been able to get notifications, and the app does not show up in the "Notifications" section on the iPhone Settings page. Also, no icon badge to show how many items are undone. I see from other commenters that I am not alone in having these problems. Those are very critical features, but otherwise, the app looks promising. Needless to say, I won’t be purchasing the premium version without these features being fully functional. I have written to the developer and will update my review based upon their response.
  • Not able to track weekly habits

    By KMD2tt
    This app seems great for simple yes/no daily habits. I either did something or I didn’t. I want to track a weekly habit of reading at least 3 hours per week. That could be 30 minutes six times, an hour three times, or all at once. Not possible.
  • Very useful app

    By Zixi Zi
    It is very helpful to ensure I keep good habits
  • Almost perfect

    By SatiMiriam
    I find this app to be very motivating. Personally, I *hate* having those little red notifications on the corner of my icons. By having a countdown for which I have to complete my daily habits to make the number go away I am motivated to get them done. I used to remember to take my medicine maybe three times a week, if I take it daily (maybe I should add something for memory). My only complaint is that the notification number doesn’t appear until I go into the app for the first time each day. I have forgotten to take my meds once or twice after I realized that the number wasn’t there yet after leaving the house.
  • The absolute best!

    By mycorrhizae
    the best habit forming app on the market. I’ve tried some of the other major habit forming apps and they never stuck, but this one has just the right amount of lighthearted humor to make things fun rather than stressful.