STREAKS. The to-do list that helps you form good habits. Apple Design Award winner. Track up to twelve tasks you want to complete each day. Your goal is to build a streak of consecutive days. * Tasks sync across all of your devices using iCloud * Streaks automatically knows when you complete tasks linked to the Health app * Streaks reminds you automatically when you need to complete a task * You can also create negative tasks to break bad habits * Create timed tasks to track mindfulness, brushing your teeth, or anything “I was smoking 15 cigarettes each day. Streaks helped me to quit smoking by reducing and then eliminating my daily use.” - Ben, Adelaide. Streaks is a highly customizable habit tracker, including: * Widgets for your phone's home screen * 78 different color themes * Over 600 task icons to choose from * Choose how often a task needs to be completed or repeated “I've now reduced my coffee intake by 70% with Streaks, something I struggled with for 5 years. It's a life changing app to me.” - Otávio, Chicago. * Includes one of the highest-praised Apple Watch apps, including Health app integration, complications, and rich notifications. * Support for Siri Shortcuts, iPad and iCloud * Today Widget allows you to quickly view and complete your tasks * View your current and best streak, and a whole range of other statistics Questions, suggestions or other feedback? Please email [email protected], or tweet us @TheStreaksApp. If you like Streaks, please leave us a review! Your reviews enable us to keep improving and updating the app. ABOUT APPLE WATCH: Streaks supports all Apple complication types. Note that the screenshots show Infograph faces, which are available only on Apple Watch Series 4 and newer. ABOUT HEALTH DATA: On supported devices, Streaks reads data from the Health app with your permission to determine completion of your tasks. All data is accessed in full accordance with the iOS app review rules set by Apple. Please read our privacy policy at for more information on our use of data. Automatic step and distance data is only available automatically when using an iPhone 5S or newer, or using an accessory that writes to the Health app such as Apple Watch. If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]

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Great for habit buildingThis app gives you a straightforward and simple way to track your progress on habit building. Made reading daily much easier and had given me another incentive to want to read. Seeing the streak number go up is rewarding and motivating to keep going. However, warning: this does not immediately make you more productive. It is merely a way to see your progress and a reminder on what you want to make a habit. In my opinion, adding 6 streaks straight off the bat is a bad idea. It will be almost impossible, as i figured out myself, to start 6 streaks in one go. It is far better to start one or two streaks and add more as the initial streaks become engrained into your day to day life..Score: 5/5

Really FunInstalled this ages ago, didn’t really do much with it at all and uninstalled it again. Recently I’ve really been motivated into losing weight and exercising, reinstalled this app and it’s been a great help with that, along with the Apple Watch. Both the Watch and this app have great way of gamifying my goals and really pushing me to get things done, have even got a circle for doing a bit of housework! Love it (the app, not housework).Score: 5/5

Awesome App 🙌I can't even count the number of times when I had ahaaaa, wow moments with this app. Everytime i think "I wish this app had this functionality..." - there it is! Really impressive ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫.Score: 5/5

Really bad at syncingI've used this app for several years now and it is nice. But it does a really rotten job of syncing. For some reason it either quits altogether or only synchs sporadically. All my devices use the latest iOS so it can't be that. I keep my iPad Pro as the main point for syncing to my iPhone or iPad Mini through iCloud, but it is just rubbish. So, I do not recommend this if you want to sync across devices..Score: 3/5

Add end/due date better ui for settings editing etc.. great appAdd end/due date better ui for settings editing etc.. great app.Score: 4/5

Really like the appUpdate: the recent update seems to have broken the glass-by-glass counter of the water category. Now it checks of the activity when I am trying to tick only one glass. And even if I manually mark this task as incomplete, the app completes it itself. Not sure if this has something to do with the sync with Apple Watch, which has been the only thing that has changed for me. But uninstalling the app from the watch has also not helped. Hopefully this gets corrected soon - Review besides the bug below: The concept of streaks is really solid to form habits. It’s a psychological hack, yes, but something that works for me. Mind you an app is not as powerful as a poster in a room, but its the next best thing. I have had a few apps which track streaks, and this app, Streaks, definitely has the best design that actually is close to checking out things on a poster. And UI really is important to promote usage and habit building. The cool things which this app does differently which stood out for me: 1: you can set timers for timed activities like 1 hour study or 15 min meditation. 2. Multiple tasks which form an activity can be broken down. For e.g, drinking 10 glasses of water can be checked off one glass at a time. 3. There’s a tie in to health app so you don’t need to check off workouts and other health things. Overall happy with this app and see myself using it. I have had a few streaks going the last couple of months, but have not been consistent enough. Hope that will change in the coming months..Score: 2/5

Very usefulHas been very useful in getting some good habits up and running whilst limiting some bad ones! A few potential improvements for me would be...clicking a habit takes you directly to a related app of your choice, for example if your habit is to record calories daily then it should be possibly to click that habit and it take you into MyFitnessPal to complete it. Also I’d like to have more habits on one page rather have to keep switching..Score: 4/5

Easy to use and simpleIt’s really simple and easy to use. Only thing I’d like to see improved is counting partially met goals e.g. say my goal is to drink 3L of water daily. If I drink 2.5L I’ve not met the goal for the day, fair enough, but it would be useful to demonstrate this in the charts somewhere..Score: 4/5

Life changing, literally!I bought Streaks years ago but wasn’t particularly enamoured by it. I thought “why would I need another to do list?” So I promptly deleted the app and told myself off for buying it. It wasn’t until a good few years later after reading Atomic Habits that I went back to it as a habit tracker. It’s very powerful and helpful for this and I would highly recommend reading that book first then using the app. It really goes hand in hand and makes so much sense now. I’m achieving new habits and I’m noticing the positive changes that come with it. Today the app congratulated me for doing meditation each morning and even suggested I add another minute to achieve even better results! Great stuff..Score: 5/5

Got me right on track!Nothing even close to negative to say about this app, it has put my life totally back on track. That may sound sad but it's true, it's miraculous what a little star with a rising number can do when it's next to a habit you're trying to improve on. Simple to use, about four billion theme options so the right colour hits you in the feels when it's time to clock in on your particular habit and an interface which sends a crisp high five to those little OCD sections of your brain each time you succeed. Solid performance, works seamlessly with Apple Watch and costs much less than the sinking feeling of failure you get when you let your plans go to the wall each night. If I could make one change, it'd be the ability to check the habits lined up for tomorrow, but without that it's still a thing of beauty..Score: 5/5

Perfectly simpleThe simplicity of this app is really what separates it from the countless other habit forming apps (not to mention the appreciated lack of a subscription model). Even after 1 day of using this app I felt very motivated to make sure I kept my streak of 100% completion going, the simple visual design makes progress easy to monitor and makes it fun to complete The ability to have 2 separate pages of 6 tasks is also very handy Highly recommend!.Score: 5/5

Great AppSo far, I have tried many habit apps and have returned to this one. What is missing for me is a notes section and also being able to choose a start and and end date. Hoping they will be future additions..Score: 4/5

My must haveI’m currently tracking how much money I’m saving by cycling to work. Streaks helps me monitor my working week, shows data in an easily calculated calendar display. Easily track vitamin routines and super handy for medication schedules. Easily reminds and incentivises positive daily routines with a simplistic yet highly customisable UI. Consistent communication patterns also develop easy with a streaks set up. Using streaks quickly becomes a valuable tool in productivity and organisational abilities..Score: 5/5

Removing/ amending goalHello there, I would like to amend my goals, please assist me with a solution. Thank you..Score: 3/5

Great for habit building onlyThis is a really great app, I love that it’s much more intuitive than other habit apps I’ve tried. I’ve found that most others you have to set a time to be notified, and I’ve never found that helpful as I start to expect it so get into the habit of ignoring it, whereas because this app decides when to notify me it feels like a genuine reminder. Such a simple thing, yet so important. I like how customisable it is too, with all of the different icons, and how it integrates with my Apple Watch. I also appreciate that it’s a one time payment only, as I refuse to purchase subscriptions as it’s a rip off. The only downside to the app for me is that I expected it to be a little more goals oriented, which is probably just my misunderstanding but it is a small disappointment. I thought I’d be able to use it to plan out and track my progress towards large goals, but it’s basically a habit tracker..Score: 4/5

Great for getting things doneThis is great app to help in the aid in completing any daily tasks you may need to complete. It would be great if the app could go past 2 pages for daily tasks/reminders & some of the notifications could be a little bit louder..Score: 4/5

Great appI found this at just the right time. I tried it a while ago but didn’t really get into it. Now, combined with a genuine desire to create better habits, this app is really coming into its own. The only thing which I would like to see done differently is I would like an option to have more than 12 on the go at one time. This may be controversial, and I can see the reasons behind having only 12. So, perhaps a compromise add functionality without tempting the user to create too many habits at once could be the ability to group clusters of related habits together. For example, I am trying to develop a reading habit for both fiction and non-fiction and so I have both of these as habits to track. If I could, for example, click on “reading“ and have two connected habits open up as options, that would be really cool. At the moment, one can create clusters of habits by, for example, calling the habit “read fiction, read non-fiction“ and just putting the habit as two sessions per day, but that is crude and unwieldy and doesn’t show if you missed one and not the other. Habit clusters would be awesome. Anyway, that would be the improvement I would really like to see, and that would make the tracker even more useful than it already is..Score: 5/5

Automatic integrations are awesomeJust started with Streaks but it feels like a game-changer, having tried several similar apps in the past. I love the integration into Apple Health to tie in with steps, mindfulness, sleep, calories etc. The automatic habits just seem to bring everything together, and it makes the whole process feel much more achievable. The interface is smart, the Apple Watch app works really well, and using the bundle app (Health Face) has been great for showing up my remaining calories on the Apple Watch too. Great work, and so much better having a fair single purchase price than all these premium subscriptions, great decision by the developers..Score: 5/5

A superb app.Just keeps getting better. Highly recommended..Score: 5/5

Get it!Fantastic habit-type app. Easily worth £5. Really like the seamless integration with the Health App. Tried a number of other apps - this is the best..Score: 5/5

Good simple appGood simple app.Score: 5/5

Great appAfter two months I’m finding this app surprisingly helpful. I can see some of my tasks are starting to become habits - fantastic. I wish I could see the Gold Theme more often (I have tasks that are only at weekend and some only on weekdays, so can never get 100% because the gold theme algorithm takes this in to account). On a similar vein, it would be nice if the widget could hide tasks that weren’t applicable to that day too..Score: 4/5

Buggy and now deletedI got rid of this quickly. Fiddly and keeps showing notifications that you can’t get rid of. £5 is overpriced for something that reminders can do for you or your calendar. Not recommended..Score: 2/5

Simple, well designed AppDoes all the basic habit stuff well and is nicely designed 👍.Score: 4/5

Used to be goodCan you please stop messing with the widget. Every time I think it’s ok, you have to ruin it again so it’s just a glorified shortcut and I can’t use it to complete tasks..Score: 1/5

Amazing from design, functionality and importanceWorth every penny!!.Score: 5/5

PerfectBest streak app.Score: 5/5

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Streaks habit appTerrible app not intuitive to use at all. Wish I could get my money back. Not worth 4.99 waste of money.Score: 1/5

Really bad app!This app is awful!.Score: 1/5

Can’t really see your steaks.The app has a clean look which I like but it doesn’t do much to show you your streaks. I wanted the app so that I could stay motivated to achieve my habits by having a visual streak that I don’t want to break, but this app makes it hard for you to see the actual streak and as a result I find it as more of a gimmick than a useful habit tracker. Great aesthetics and branding, not so good functionality!.Score: 1/5

Good app but could be better..... allow further customisation and have all habits on one screen. This must be fairly simple to implement. Having it across two screens is not user friendly. I would like to see all 12 habits in one look not have to switch between two lots of 6..Score: 3/5

Great appGreat way to organise and track all my habits - exactly what it says on the tin. Seeing your habits that you want to keep laid out definitely inspires you to do them more often. Don't get de-motivated if you miss a couple days, just start again 🙌🏾.Score: 5/5

Best Habit App Hands DownVery clean and simple..Score: 5/5

Love it!Could we get the option to a) change the sounds b) add a note under the task completed, to make a comment about what was on that day.Score: 4/5

OutstandingI’ve tried a lot of habit trackers and this is the best. There has clearly been a lot of love and thought put into this app. It’s incredibly streamlined and pulling data from Apple Health to automatically tick off habits like Meditation, Work Outs, Sleep, Running ect is absolutely genius. The developers are clearly interested in how the app will actually improve your life. Not just making something pretty. Tracking & improving 12 habits is more than enough for anyone serious about being a better version of themselves and it’s refreshing to see the developers not be influenced to increase this. The widgets are also outstanding, the watch app is slightly squashed but also excellent. Best 5 bucks you will ever spend..Score: 5/5

Not enough featuresThe app looks great, but for a paid app it massively fails to deliver in terms of functionality and is simply the equivalent of making a tick on a calendar that you’ve either done something that day or not. What I’m missing, and hence the score, is a means in which to explore the habits i.e. are there any patterns anywhere etc. A great example of this is Daylio for mood tracking. I’ll continue to use the app for another month or so but cannot recommend it to anyone given that there are free apps out there with 10 times the functionality..Score: 1/5

Don’t take too seriouslyReally good, but don’t take it too seriously! I got a bit annoyed by this multiple times because I felt like I needed to do all my tasks every single day! Just try not to let an app like this control you. Xx.Score: 4/5

Good idea but buggyBuggy app especially with syncing with iPad, but great concept. Update: just doesn’t work.Score: 1/5

A suggestion.I really love this app and it’s helped me keep a track of if I’ve done things like taking my medication and also work towards self-improvement, especially as an autistic individual. My only complaint is that you can only have 12 tasks. Since I paid for the app, I don’t think this limit is fair. I understand that each page can only have 6 because of fitting the icons on the screen, but there should be more than just 2 pages. I’d like to be able to compartmentalise my tasks between ‘must do’, ‘should do’ and ‘could do’ - e.g. brushing my teeth, emptying my bins once a week, working out several times a week..Score: 4/5

Start 2020 with this app.Great utility to keep track of habits and goals. Flexible, easy to use and many health related habits can be tracked automagically from data inputted into other apps like myfitnesspal or lose it. Even integrates with the Apple Watch to bring across data like move goal tracking and much more..Score: 5/5

Excellent, but needs more customisation...Overall an excellent app, but the customisation options should have been improved more than they have over time... 1. Option to see upto all 12 streaks on one screen 2. More colour/background options such as introducing some wallpapers God Bless 🙂❤️🕊.Score: 4/5

Nice and simple interfaceOn the whole, it does what it says on the tin. Would have given 5 stars but has a bug for tasks that have to be completed more than once each day. Sometimes when I go to register the first occasion that day I have done that task, it won’t log that first time on its own, but instead marks all the tasks as being completed for the whole day - which is a bit annoying..Score: 4/5

Totally brilliantNeat looking and brilliantly implemented habit/target tracker with powerful integration to Apple Health. Personally I find tracking things in this way a powerful motivational tool. It’s worth using the full functionality of the app to set things up (e.g. using negative tasks for things you don’t want to do, using timed tasks) to make it work really well. The widgets are really great - I have a home screen dedicated to Streaks widgets so I can check in at a glance. Also if you have an Apple Watch the app there is handy too - means you can complete/track a task phone-free. If you find tracking useful, this is the app you need!.Score: 5/5

Nice appUse on a daily basis Shame widget is rather pointless given it has no interaction. Somewhat odd a backward step.Score: 4/5

Love it but one askLove the app but please please give us the ability to add more than 12 tasks 🙏.Score: 5/5

Excellent tracking for improvementI love this app. It allows me to hold myself to account to improve my habits. Given what is happening with Covid 19, it’s great to be able to track and remind of routine hand washing !.Score: 5/5

Easy to set upWorks well on apple watch.Score: 5/5

My reviewFantastic app, could do with ability to add more but 12 is good.Score: 5/5

Brilliant but annoyingThe app has a clean and mostly straight forward interface, which is often made confusing by multiple taps on an icon revealing loads of different metrics I didn’t need. I use the app daily and update it regularly, it has been an essential reminder for my tasks throughout the day - my main gripe is that regardless of whether I’ve marked something as complete, I’ll receive a reminder later in the day, multiple times, to tell me to do it. ‘Work our for 20 minutes: Task completed: Work out for 20 minutes’ An hour later: ‘Don’t forget/miss Work our for 20 minutes to continue your streak’ I already did it! And marked it as such!.Score: 2/5

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Does not update on Apple WatchGreat app overall, but I archived tasks and they still appear in the Apple Watch, everything is out of sync, even though it says it’s in sync with the Apple Watch in the settings..Score: 2/5

Love it but I want more!This app is simple yet life changing! I am more focused on building habits that I've had on my to do list for over a year and it really works. The widgets are especially helpful as they let me see whatever I choose (specific tasks or all tasks) at a glance. I love the icons and everything about the app. The one change I would make is to add more than 2 full pages. I wanted to have a page for different sections in my life (e.g. physical health, mindfulness, personal development). It narrows down your focus for sure but I want to be able to build on top of my habits instead of replacing them so I think it would be a good addition. All in all still an excellent app :).Score: 5/5

Keeps completing the task as soon as I startI have a drink water streak. And every time I set it up it completes the goal for me..Score: 1/5

Amazing life changing appThe app helped me change and track a lot of habits that made a huge impact. It’s wonderfully designed, updated and supported by the dev. I love the new aggregate health features. I really think it has one of the best integrations with Apple heath..Score: 5/5

Need more than 12!It’s great but I want it to be able to track more than 12 habits..Score: 3/5

CommentStupid app, doesn’t achieve more than a reminder , hard to maneuver ,not sure why Apple is promoting it, waste of money and would like a refund.Score: 1/5

Wow App.If I were going to summarize this app in two words, effectively smart..Score: 5/5

Change your habits, change your life.This is a great app to help you with changing your daily habits. While you can only have 12 habits tracked at one time, it offers great flexibility in the way that they look, and when you can get reminders for completion. It's simplistic design removes the flood that you don't need allowing you to focus on getting things done. It also has a companion Apple Watch complication to make logging your completions in a seamless easy manner. One of my favourite things about this app is you can change the colour of your icon for your screen. If you are OCD this makes your life. The only thing I would change is allowing you to drop habits and archive them to use again later..Score: 4/5

Good but need some improvementThe features to schedule a new habbit are amazing, but I prefer to see all habbits in the same page with the option to visualize as a list sorted by hour and organize by period (morning, afternoon, evening). The 12 habbits limit should not be a app decision..Score: 3/5

Really enjoyed it until the update...I really enjoyed this app (I’ve had it now for about a year) but the most recent update has really thrown me. Sometimes the app will haphazardly mis-log a task - for example, I want to log one completed time a day, it sometimes marks the whole day completed instead. It also has a tendency to completing tasks on its own without me clicking on them or crossing out the task for the day when I still have time to complete it. I don’t know if this is me misunderstanding aspects of the new update or a boatload of bugs but whatever it is, it makes the app feel pretty useless..Score: 1/5

ConfusingI never know I’d it automatically completes for me or if I am checking it off.Score: 2/5

Helpful way to build positive habitsI’ve found Streaks to be a fun and motivating tool to help me build better habits. With work and life completely blended these days it’s been nice to use this app as a way to create structure. Not gonna lie, hitting the button on each habit when completed is also addictive!.Score: 5/5

Widget needs some workI think the app is wonderfully uncomplicated, my feedback is in regards to the widget specifically: Good start however lacks usable functionality. Beyond a simple preview the widget opens and directs the user to complete the task in app (seemingly redundant) This widget would really come into its own if the task could be activated via the widget interface. I hope to see this functionality in the near future. I think it would help support remembering to use the app to begin with, which is the fundamental flaw of any app these day (lack of presence).Score: 4/5

Too much moneyVery limited utility for the price. Should not limit you to only 6 streaks per page and 12 streaks total. Sleek design, but does not justify a price over $2..Score: 2/5

Great app for small winsI’m loving this app because it helps push me to do the little things, stretch and practice guitar which energizes me to do the big things!.Score: 5/5

Life changingReally, this app has changed my life!! Everyday I look forward to doing my everyday tasks with this app. When I get done with a task “ie work out, reading, brushing my teeth (the small things)” to see that number go up everyday is quite rewarding ! I’ve also kept up with water intake thanks to this app!!!.Score: 5/5

Great appGreat app to keep track of habits but I wish it had a count feature that allows you to do a certain task many times a day. For example, reading goal: 3 times a day for 10 minutes each (bonus if u can customize the intervals for each time). That feature would be useful for pomadoro too since as it stands; 1 pomodaro a day is not useful. Also would like the count feature for bad habits too, to see how many times I smoked in the day and such. I think that addition would make the app perfect but as it stands, I think it’s lacking as there is nothing enticing me to go back to the app after I’ve done my ‘goals’ for the day..Score: 3/5

One of the best apps you will ever get!Does everything you expect it to do, plus more!.Score: 5/5

WowYou can tell it when your day starts ... 5 stars right there!.Score: 5/5

Great app but limited tasksI really like this app but I wish you could have more than 2 pages of 6 tasks. The widgets look really clean but that 12 task limit really does hurt :/.Score: 4/5

Best Habit TrackerI’ve tried them all, including paid ones. This is worth the money. Don’t ever pay for a subscription to an app for this purpose!.Score: 5/5

Minimal functionalityIt is the most basic app for this function, but comes with widgets..Score: 2/5

DISAPPOINTED— so close to amazingI loved this app— it is so helpful for someone with the challenges I have (ADHD, and some other cognitive impairment from physical issues)— until I discovered I can’t use it to manage all my daily tasks. I understand their advice to not try to manage more than 12 tasks at a time, but with both daily and weekly goals, it is necessary. Now I have to go find a new app. It seems condescending and controlling on their part..Score: 2/5

Great support and ongoing development!Developer offers friendly support when issues are encountered and keeps his software up to the latest standards. Congratulations on a job well done!.Score: 5/5

Great app!Really smooth, beautifully designed app with lots of great features. Kudos to the devs - excellent work!.Score: 5/5

Good, but needs to be betterThis app has a lot more potential, particularly for breaking bad habits. I do not think I could stop touching my face entirely cold turkey, but the only info I can record is that I failed to completely abstain. It would be helpful if I could count the number of times I touched my face by holding down the habit icon. Then I could track gradual improvements over time. The most success I have had is with a daily push-up habit. But again I can’t record if I do a second set. Similarly, if I back off a bit one day and only do a set of 40 reps instead of 50, I ought to count the streak broken. However, doing a partial set could be a big win some days, and it would be nice if I could enter reps on the habit icon after pushing it. So, please allow multiple counts of habits, and please allow a custom complication for some habits prompting a rep count or duration..Score: 3/5

This is the one!I’ve tried many, but this is far the best habit setting/breaking app !well worth the little investment. Don’t worry about the 12 streak ‘limitation’ it actually helps you find what is truly important. I highly recommend :).Score: 5/5

IOS 14 is messing with certain goalsSince updating to iOS 14, certain goals get an X in the middle of the day for some reason. I have to go into the edit page and reset the goal to remain available for the day. I’ve never had this bug before — please fix it so I can go back to thinking of this as a 5-star app!.Score: 3/5

Works for meI set two new years resolutions for myself this year. Coding something every day and giving up drinking pop, cold turkey. I’ve attempted both of these in the past and was never able to stick with it. Turns out my addiction to drinking pop was less consuming than my addiction to watching the stupid little number tick up everyday. Both habits are at 55 days and I’m looking to add another to my daily routine. These apps have never worked for me in the past, but for some reason this time it just clicked..Score: 5/5

PerfectExactly what I needed. Clean, quick, and satisfying way to track your corner stone habits. 12 habits (max allowable) are more than enough IMO. Worth paying 1 time for a great product..Score: 5/5

Awesome app!I have tried many things in the past to gain new habits but nothing has ever worked. Then this app came along and literally improved my productivity 200%!!! Great app!!.Score: 5/5

Effectively uselessThis app should be great but is really frustrating. It does things of its own accord - like a thing possessed. It counts habits/tasks as completed by itself, whether you open the app or do anything. It randomly duplicated a habit and then said I had a streak longer than I’ve even owned the app, when I deleted the habit, it disappeared for a couple of days and then reappeared two days later. These things make the app effectively useless..Score: 2/5

FANTASTICI love how this app turns forming a new habit or sustaining a current habit into what feels like an achievement in a video game. Seamless, simple and fun. You should try it out!.Score: 5/5

Pay for 12I paid for an app; why am I restricted to twelve habits? I want to keep track of many things and I find it frustrating that such limitations are imposed on paying customers..Score: 2/5

GreatGreat app, please add a third page of streaks..Score: 5/5

Totally worth itOne of the best apps that can change your life....Score: 5/5

Motivating, Intuitive, and Beautiful App!Streaks has been an amazing app for me. It’s simple enough that you don’t have to mess around with a thousand settings for each goal, yet it’s designed in a way that makes completing tasks a rewarding experience. It also offers a decent amount of data for each task which can help direct improvement efforts. It’s also just interesting to look at. Overall, it costs a bit more than some of the other habit tracker apps but after trying out around 9 others, I can confidently say Streaks is the best one. Definitely recommend for anyone looking to build healthy habits or break bad ones!.Score: 5/5

Perfect functionality, visually just goodGreat app, wish it had more colour options/ daily/ twice daily automatic colour theme changes!! would be quite refreshing.Score: 5/5

Great app! Use it for my physio exercices.I use it to remind myself of every physio exercise that i have to do every day. It wirks well, simple, motivating, no complaints. Highly recommend to people around me. @ the developers, here’s a few things that i would like you to add/change : -icons: more simple positions, so that they correspond to physio exercises better. Take a person standing, then put their arms in various positions; then do the same with someone sitting, pushing against a wall; you can look some up, i think I’m probably not the only one who uses it for that! -icons turning gold: honestly, that’s the most motivating part for me, not so much the streaks. Can you make it so that if you only have 2, 3, 4 icons on there (rest is empty), that it still turns gold when you’ve finished them? Currently it only turns gold if you have 6/6, but not 5/5, 4/4, etc. -icons: physio exercises look alike, so it would be cool if we could color-code the individual icons for easier recognition -make it so that when you’re interrupted doing a timed task, you can save your progress to catch up later.Score: 5/5

Simple + to the point.That’s it. It’s exactly what I needed..Score: 5/5

Awesome so far!Been looking for something like this for years, awesome app, simple interface, easy to log info! Thank you!!.Score: 5/5

GreatGreat.Score: 5/5

Glitching since I installed the Mac versionI’ve had two issues in the last 24 hours. The app started automatically marking all of my streaks a fail after 12am And now I open the app and one of my streaks is GONE! I’ve never had any issues until I installed the Mac app.Score: 1/5

Life on trackAn amazing app, that helped me complete my daily tasks, and helped keep my life in track.Score: 5/5

Design and usability eleganceSimple perfect app at a great price (except to those weirdos who think all software should be free). Only thing: would be nice to have more than 12 items. Not all habits are daily. But this is a minor quibble. Clearly a lot of thought went into the design. An hour after you have set it up you will feel like you been using it forever. Truly impressive..Score: 5/5

Forgets StreaksApp looks great in principle, but sadly just doesn’t work. When I tap to add to my streak, the app often fails to record progress. Sometimes it reverts entirely back to zero for a day. Super frustrating. Using with iPhone X/Apple Watch SE. Would update to 5 stars if issue was fixed..Score: 1/5

Life is just a gameHaving your own personal video game where you can get better at stuff in real life is an amazing outcome. The app is super simple, but detailed when it needs to be. It’s changed my life..Score: 5/5

Amazing app. Well designed. Fit atomic habit!Amazing app. Well designed. Fit atomic habit!.Score: 5/5

Impressive, but needs more than 12 itemsWell designed, well executed. Make no mistake about it, this is a great piece of software. However, severely limited by a maximum of 12 tracked items. I have more than 12 items a week I’d like to track. Now consider how many per month or year most of us have. Need more items please..Score: 4/5

Weekly tasks are not incentivizedIf my goal is to post on Instagram 3 times a week, is it possible to have my task display 1/3 progress if I’ve posted once earlier this week? It’s more conducive to productivity to see that you’re 1/3, 2/3 or 3/3 for the week instead of 0/1 or 1/1 for the day. If you have weekly goals it should display in fractions for the week not for a single day. Is this possible?.Score: 4/5

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Start of day flexibilityWould definitely be a 5 star if it was able to cater to people that work night shifts. I go to sleep at 7am and wake up at 3pm. The app only allows you to start your day at the latest 6pm. Is there a reason for this functionality wise? If it can be worked around that would be much appreciated..Score: 3/5

Habits stacking on habitsLove this app! It’s helped me build so many good and healthy habits during the pandemic. Easy to use and attractive interface. I recommend it to all my friends..Score: 5/5

GoodVery gud.Score: 5/5

Needs workCan’t make changes to data entered. Can’t go back / review to individual dates and edit/correct items..Score: 2/5

Great app, inconsistent interfaceThis is a great app, but the interface for marking off and item inconsistent between platforms. For example on the iPhone marking a task a completed requires a long press but on the watch the action required is only a single tap. This inconsistency results in me consistently switching menus when I mean to check off an item or vise versa.Score: 5/5

Amazing app!So effective in actually changing my behavior!.Score: 5/5

UnusableReally?? Have you tried to navigate this site? It’s like a bunch of hamsters tried to knit you a sweater that you had to be “inspired” to wear.Score: 1/5

Only 12Tracks Only 12 habits.... Please add more.Score: 3/5

The best habit tracker app available!I tried them all last year and ultimately gave up because they all had something that made it maddening to use. I'm so relieved to find this. No subscription, ability to go back and mark tasks completed if you forgot, clean design! Such a relief..Score: 5/5

Beautiful Design and Customizable FunctionalityI love using this app. It’s sleekly and beautifully designed, and extremely intuitive to use. I’ve been using it for a few weeks and already it’s really helped me maintain changes in my lifestyle. Great example of technology supplementing and aiding in personal improvement..Score: 5/5

Hey you, avoiding this habit tracker because of the cost?I just spent 3 hours discovering and trying over a dozen freemium habit trackers. I was aware of Streaks but avoided it because of the cost. I wasted 3 hours, because every freemium habit tracker I tried was overly complicated, unintuitive, lacking basic features, or had no good Apple Watch support. Streaks was the last app I tried, and I’m glad I bought it as it has exactly what I was looking for (specifically count down timers) that all the freemium apps lacked, and its Apple Watch integration feels like they spent time on it instead of the least-effort/half-baked attempts most habit trackers put forth..Score: 5/5

BestThe best for forming habits and breaking bad ones 10/10 recommend.Score: 5/5

Beautifully and intuitively designedBeautifully and intuitively designed.Score: 5/5

Very motivating!Who would have thought that keeping streaks would be so motivating? I’ve been using this app for about a month now and have been keeping up with things that I’ve had so much trouble staying consistent with before... like flossing! I haven’t missed a day flossing since I set it as a goal in streaks. Highly recommend if you are a goal oriented person..Score: 5/5

Great app! But ...... the happy little jingle when a task is completed kills a podcast or music stream..Score: 5/5

Forced ratingI hate apps that force me to rate them by continuing to show the “rate me” pop up unless I rate them..Score: 1/5

Great! - But could be betterI got this app mostly for its watch comparability and because it was marked as the app store’s editors choice for habit apps. I love the way the app works and how simple it is, but since it is paid, I would like to see just a little bit less simplicity. Since it’s a paid app but you still want to stay true to its simple nature, I think it would be nice if you could tuck away some in-depth statistics that could help users with their habits, should they choose to view them. For example, I use this app to mark when I take my medication. It would be nice if I could see what time of day I most often complete this task (like morning, afternoon, or evening). It would also be nice to see what time specifically a user most often completes a task. There are others you could include like what days you miss tasks most, what days you break streaks most, etc. These would all help users because they help us to know when we are or are not accomplishing our goals. Overall though, great app!.Score: 3/5

Great way to track your habitsI (and many others) came here after “Habits App” tried scamming their previous customers by removing premium features that had already been paid for to try and milk more money from them via subscription. This app has a much better layout, is easier to use, and honors the one time payment. I’ve already recommended this app to several friends and will continue to do so!.Score: 5/5

The app that keeps me on pointI love it and I hope to keep the streaks going forever!.Score: 5/5

Great app but want the option to make more goalsReally this app so much! I’m hoping in a new update for the ability to set an unlimited number of goals. It’s hard for me to narrow it down. This app would get 5 stars if I didn’t have to set a limit..Score: 4/5

Wish I could get a refundNothing at all exciting or fun about this app. It’s bland and mediocre. I can get the same result using a reminder on my smart phone’s calendar. Waste of my money..Score: 1/5

12 habits isn't enough, and reordering fails a lotI want to love Streaks, and it's honestly the best habit tracker I've found, and I'm obsessed with habits right now... but I want to make a checklist of my dailies and I do way more than 12 things in a day. It's unclear why this limit is necessary, so I wind up having to make ancillary lists elsewhere. Might as well just use those instead, if they're the "source of truth" ...but I love the Watch complication for Streaks. it just doesn't fit enough habits Sometimes if you reorder habits, they do not change, or the change is not what you saw on your screen before you saved it. Finally, I love the medium size dot widget because it fits both pages of habits. I wish the small size dots widget also fit both pages. If I could have many pages of habits, and the reordering never failed, I'd happily give it five stars..Score: 3/5

Add "at least this many times per week/month" optionHello! A great app with one feature missing. Please Add "at least this many times per week/month" option. The case is for when I want to do something no less often, than once a week. But if I can manage to do more - even better. Now I can't mark these "even" more in the app to know when I am ready to raise the bar to 2/week or 3/week, etc..Score: 4/5

Love it!!Lots of features and options to change the theme. Works as expected and I’m very happy with my purchase. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.Score: 5/5

Exactly what I neededI’m really liking this app. It’s not just a reminder app, but actively keeping streaks alive I’m finding really motivating. It’s flexible with times/days reminders come in. Has plenty of prebuilt tasks. Integration with health is great too. Digging everything about it so far. I tried a couple of other apps first, but was really out of by their limitations and insistence on a subscription (these apps are way too basic to justify an ongoing cost). As of now, this is an easy recommendation..Score: 5/5

Perfect Except for 1 ThingLove the design and UI. Only thing missing is a “friend” feature so that you can add friends using the app to track each other’s progress and to provide accountability on each other’s goals. I would love to do this with my circle of friends, and it would be highly motivating. Hope it’s added soon!.Score: 4/5

Simply the best, most used appThis app is amazing, it has everything I need for habit tracking and helps a lot to get my daily routine done..Score: 5/5

Love this app!Simple, elegant, and useful. Been using for a month and it has helped me measure the right things... to help me keep doing the right things. Love the reminders during the too so I don’t miss my commitments. If you are looking to establish and maintain keep habits, this is your app!.Score: 5/5

Helpful MotivatorI enjoy the streaks app and it motivates me to keep habits and not get lazy. However there are different kinds of habits I want to have separate pages for, and they only allow two pages, which is a major disappointment. Could be so much more useful, and they are missing on it. Their help page says that you should only focus on a few habits but I don’t think they need to tell me how many things I want to build into my life. Don’t have to set daily, so some habits are weekly or monthly habits, so having more variety and more pages to use will make it 5 star for me..Score: 4/5

Great appSimple yet neat. Exactly what I was looking for..Score: 5/5

Simple is Sometimes BestThis app does the thing it does so well. Devs have put a ton of time into the’s easy to use and does its job perfectly..Score: 5/5

Nice, just what I was looking for. 3 star for all you controversial folkYeah so I was thinking, I need an app for habit tracking and it makes sense for me since I almost always bring my phone with me, so there’s got to be an app. Low and behold (? weird expression) there are plenty of them. This one seemed the best, called Streak. One time purchase of 5$ but should be worth it. 5$ is a like a loaf of bread, no biggy. And this is your daily life goals you are taking control of :) I’d pay 5$ for any pill that would give me that..Score: 3/5

Simple and efficientI had another app that was also simple and was pleased with. They decided to rip off their paying customers, so I came looking for a non-subscription alternative. Voila. I don’t mind having only 12 habits, though that could be a sticking point for others..Score: 5/5

Works wonderfullyI had a qualm with this app when I first downloaded it. It did not sync up well between my Apple Watch and phone leading to my streaks not being counted. I put down the app and didn’t use it for a year or so. I wanted to start tracking my daily habits again, so I thought I would give this app another try before I bought or subscribed to a new one. I’m glad I did because they had fixed that problem and for the week I’ve been using it again I have had no issues. This app is wonderful and works well on the Apple Watch, which is where I use it the majority of the time. I highly recommend it over another app that you’d have to subscribe to. I believe it was a one time purchase and I have been very happy with the updates they’ve made to it..Score: 5/5

Widget IssueWidget hasn’t worked in a month. Should be a priority to fix. Otherwise, good app but I’ll be deleting due to the widget issue..Score: 3/5

Just what I needed.Habits out of sight, are out of mind. Checking in daily and watching the streak increase re-enforces what I’m trying to accomplish. Great app..Score: 5/5

Widget is gone?Loved this app primarily for the widget so I could easily follow my progress on streaks but now the widget is no longer available? Please bring it back.Score: 1/5

Keeps me accountableGreat app for keeping me focused on my top areas in life. I often miss my areas I’m trying to improve on, but what gets measured gets managed, and I’m much better off as a result. Thanks guys.Score: 5/5

Not badA couple suggestions: add “gallon” to the unit of measure for water. Also, I need to eat every 2-3 hours, adding a timer instead of having an alert time would be more functional and user friendly, otherwise this is a great app.Score: 4/5

Great app but needs a higher limitThis app is great and it has allowed me to be so much healthier and productive, but 12 is not a lot, and I wish you could choose between 12 (6 on each screen) and 16 (8 on each screen. Please look into this! Thanks 😄.Score: 4/5

Great appI developed great habits from this app! But this version has issues on progress on the widget..Score: 4/5

Does NOT work well with multi-day, multi-part tasks.Really enjoying Streaks as a new habit tracker. Unfortunately, it doesn’t handle multi-part, multi-day tasks well. Example - I have three siblings. I want to call each of them once every two days. So I set up my goal for every two days, and divide my goal into three parts. Two things go wrong. First, if I do not call all three siblings on the same day, the part counter resets. This isn’t a biggie. It’s easy enough to put the info in again the next day. But it will add up to a lot of extra input over time. IMO, items in a multi-part goal over multiple days should stay filled. Second, Streaks means something different by “every two days” than I would. Streaks means “within two days of last completing the goal.” I mean “every two day period.” If that sounds similar to you, here is what I mean. Say over the next few days my goal falls Friday-Saturday, then Sunday-Monday, then Tuesday-Wednesday. On Friday, the first day of my goal, I have time to call all my siblings. Win. The next day of my goal I don’t have time, but I’ve done it already. Then we come to the next two day period (Sunday-Monday). On Sunday, I don’t have time. But on Monday I do. Then I have some time Tuesday and some Wednesday to call everyone. I have successfully completed my goal within each two day period. This is the same way that bill payment works. If I have a bill due every two weeks or every month, I can pay at the very beginning of one pay period and the very end of the next, with no penalty. Streaks, however, is programmed differently. If I complete my goal early in a two day period (Friday), it restarts the two day calendar from that point and I have to complete the next two days by Sunday. This way, I’m constantly being shortchanged if I complete my goal early. Imagine you have a bill due fortnightly / every two weeks. You pay on the first day of the period, but you can’t pay again till the last day of the next period. Yet each time you pay early, the company resets your pay periods so that your next payment is due in exactly two weeks, or you get a fine. Frustrating, eh? Not the way it’s supposed to be. As a work around, I could lengthen my goal to three or four days, but that’s not actually my goal and will result in forming a different habit. I’d love to see an improvement to multi-part, multi-day goals. Otherwise, I’m very happy with how Streaks is working and I look forward to using it for years..Score: 4/5

Opposite color usage in widgetsThe app itself is great so far, however: on widgets the habits you've completed are displayed in your theme color while completed are grayed out. On the apple watch (and in the app), habits you HAVEN'T completed are displayed in your theme color while completed are black & white (I'm using infograph modular). Even if you choose a custom color theme on your watch face, completed are black & white while not yet completed are grayed out. As someone with executive functioning struggles who got this app specifically for visual reasons using my watch & widgets, this virtually opposite use of visual cues between the phone and watch for complete/incomplete habits causes a lot of unnecessary friction as I have to stop and process what has been marked completed and what hasn't depending on if I'm looking at my watch or phone instead of giving clear easy information. This could be easily fixed by adjusting the way widgets display habit completion, at which point I could give it 5 stars..Score: 4/5

Effectively SimpleThis app is the one you want to both motivate yourself, track progress, and tie into your various Apple devices effectively. It is an amazing achievement: Streaks is simple to set up and start using and is effective at keeping you going. Even with the apparently simple UI (which is clearly meticulously designed) it hooks deep into the Apple ecosystem to leverage things like health and exercise data. This app has also helped my kids stay more aware of finishing chores and homework. It helps them stay on task by giving them the kind of reminder that they need occasionally to return to what needs to be done. A lot depends on which tasks you choose. I recommend sticking to one or two screens at first (ideally one). Don't overburden yourself. Tie into things like the built in exercise tracking on your phone/watch if you are using it. If you start with just a few goals in Streaks (and make those achievable!) it's easier to be successful at all of them. Our family loves this app..Score: 5/5

Almost Great!! But fails spectacularly...I really like the layout and usability of this app. It is polished and intuitive. However, I am constantly tweaking and changing the tasks due to the very limited amount of tasks allowed. I break my day into chunks, with a morning and evening routine as well as daytime tasks. With only 12 slots I am forced to combine multiples into a single task just to get my routine complete. I am now giving the Strides app a try and while it’s not as graphically pleasing, it is polished and will allow the user (the guy spending money on the app) to decide how many tasks they want..Score: 2/5

The best habit track appI have used 4 or 5 habit tracking apps including those very popular ones. Streaks is my favourite. It’s easy to use and visual friendly. It allows you to track all types of habits including those timing things (exercise or practice a music instrument), none-timing things, things you want to do and avoid (e.g., no sugar). It allows you to set any frequency and easily check you progress. I like Streaks very much. And my 8- year-old loves Streaks and he is more motivated to do things like in bed by 9:00pm, learning at least 5 new words per day, exercising for at least 20 minutes, and more. He enjoys tracking his habits and is excited to check his progress on a daily basis..Score: 5/5

TestingI think this it a great app I’m testing so maybe y write another review at the time.Score: 5/5

Almost PerfectStreaks is great. There is only one thing missing. And I’m really sad it is, because it is so freaking obvious. I need to be able to keep doing more pomodoro increments than my goal. I want to write at least 4 pomodoros a day, but I want to keep going. Right now the timer runs out, so I have to use a different timer after that. ANNOYING. It would be so easy. Please add this. A way to do it would be to allow you to set a minimum and maximum number of pomodoros. So when 4 out of 16 are met, my goal completes, but I can keep going. Or the UI turns colors to show complete, but adds another segment, maybe with the indicator used for negative tasks so you can continue adding segments as you work. Also, please DO NOT listen to people asking to track more things. 12 is enough. This isn’t a To Do List, and shouldn’t be. There are other apps for that..Score: 4/5

Awesome!Streaks has helped me complete so many goals! I first started using Streaks because I started to lose count of my meals and running goals, which became part of my diet. It is very handy for that, but for other things too! I had only briefly heard of Streaks before purchasing it, but later learned that you can do so much more than what it seems. I don’t want to spoil too much of the experience of his helpful app, but I will mention that you can add widgets on your home screen for Streaks. Not only that, but you can customize the color of the widgets and the design of the app icon. Streaks has helped me with diets, chores, exercise, and so many other things. It is definitely worth it’s small price!.Score: 5/5

Blown AwayI rarely write reviews, but this app is awesome! It is a bargain for the price and has everything I could want to stay on target with habits I want to form. My life coach recommended it, and I read several reviews before making the purchase, and it looks like most recommendations I saw have been implemented. For example, you can go back and correct items from prior days and you can adjust the start of day time (I often tend to go to bed a little past midnight) so that things are checked on the associated day. The app is intuitive and the design and features are beyond my expectations. I only wish I had learned of this one earlier... Thanks for the great work!.Score: 5/5

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Very complex to useIt’s very complex to understand and use. Waste of money buying this app..Score: 1/5

Cannot time Intermittent Fasting (IF)The goals/ habits have the ability to set a timer to track how long you complete a task for. However, the timer resets at the end of the day. Therefore, if you want to time you Intermittent Fasting (IF) from you evening meal to the following day it will not work. For example, if I wanted to fast for 16 hours starting Monday at 19:30 until Tuesday at 11:30 it will not work. I’ll wake up and see that the timer has been cleared. This is especially disappointing as I purchased the app based on a very good rating. Clearly I should have looked into it further before committing to an app..Score: 1/5

Great appCould be better if I could have more than 12 streaks and be able to sort them in categories like weekly , daily or weekends. But great app regardless. Very helpful for people that need an extra help to be better motivated, like myself :).Score: 4/5

Simple & effectiveI’ve been using streak for a few years now and it has helped me break a few bad habits (smoking, sugar etc) and developed many good habit (waking up early, exercise, reading etc). Key point is that you have to be honest to yourself. I have many time been on a good streak, missed a task and wanted to just press the button just to say that I’ve done it. It better to be honest and start on square 1 again. Once you can string together like 40-60 days together, it’s now a new habit and you can replace with a new habit you want to form. Have fun!.Score: 5/5

Only 12 tasks?Just installed, to my amazement there are hundreds of options to choose from. Reading, music, language, exercise, sleep, diet, support for nail biting or smoking or drinking, or reinforcing good behaviour via less screen time. Not to mention you can create your own combinations to suit your needs. But why can I only have 12?.Score: 4/5

Doesn’t let me do notificationsDoesn’t let me do notifications and reminders. It then asks to allow me to do it in my iPhone settings where I can’t find the app. Any ideas?.Score: 3/5

Why the pop up for ratings?Absolutely fantastic app, but I hate that it pops up a rating request.Score: 5/5

Not user friendlyBought this app to track a streak I was already on and planning to continue. First problem, there does not appear to be a way to backdate a streak you are already on. Have to start from zero. Later, I get a notification asking me to complete and start my streak, but I have no idea how despite pressing every button imaginable. Can’t find any documentation about how it works. You just have to magically know what o do. Guess I just paid for an app that I won’t be using..Score: 2/5

Great app but aggregated data and archived tasks need workI love this app, it makes me feel very much accountable. The interface is intuitive and gorgeous. The measurement options are numerous. But my only gripe is tasks I archived disappeared and the data with it and there is no aggregate view of all habits you’re working on and have-successfully completed..Score: 4/5

All good, until IOS 13Hey guys, Have been using your program for almost a year and it has been great. I recently updated my phone to IOS 13, however, and now it just keeps bugging up, I can barely tick anything off anymore. Please fix!!.Score: 3/5

Great app to build habitsI love the simplicity of this app, however once you complete all the tasks of the day they turn this ugly yellow colour which I cannot stand. It sounds ridiculous but it really ruined the app for me. I think if they fixed this issue it would be the perfect app!.Score: 5/5

I love this app, but I have a suggestionThis is such a great and well designed app. I wish that there was a feature to share your goals with someone — almost like a family setting. I’d love if my boyfriend and I could see each other’s goals/streaks — including when we check things off — so that we can help hold each other accountable. Is this something that’s possible?.Score: 5/5

I love this appReally well designed. Easy to use and fully customisable. Makes it enjoyable and fun to tick off tasks. So many options and presets! I just love it. Well done.Score: 5/5

Review on streaksIs such a wonderful app, would highly recommend for anyone who struggles to get tasks done, although I would appreciate it if you could do more than 12 things..Score: 4/5

Cannot automate or add short cuts.Hi, there is a suggestion on the web, that shortcuts and automation can be added. There is nothing in settings that I can see. Is a bit lame for a Productivity app if you have to do everything manually......Score: 2/5

Elegantly simpleThis app is a fantastic balance of power and discoverability. Has helped me develop some habits that I’ve wanted to establish for years but never quite been able to make stick..Score: 4/5

Great app but there are bugsOnce you change a streak to a “once in every 2 days” task, you’re unable to change it back to a task to be completed every day again..Score: 1/5

Fundamentally strong with usability issues.I found the management of individual streaks to be really confusing and honestly frustrating. I think it’s held me back from using it much more than I have. • Deleting a streak is unintuitive, as the streak options are contextual based on whether one has been preselected. It took time to figure that out. Not sure it’s a net positive. • Moving streaks between groups is difficult too..Score: 3/5

AmazingDon’t usually review apps but had to for this app because it’s seriously awesome. Every app needs to be as high-quality as this one. Follows Apple design conventions to a tee. iCloud sync, great Apple Watch app (with complications), simple, elegant... its design is just delightful as well. It’s fun to use. You get nice sounds when you fill in tasks. Pretty much every option you could want for the premise (like timed tasks, negative tasks) is included. The whole experience is great. Oh and NO SUBSCRIPTIONS! Worth every penny..Score: 5/5

DisappointingTerrible a waste of money there are heaps of flaws and not worth it.Score: 1/5

Why only 12?Helpful app, requires a bit of a learning curve but other then that beat it could possibly be. Only one thing preventing me from giving it 5 stars... why can I have only 12? I payed for this app didn’t I, shouldn’t it be unlimited?.Score: 4/5

Keeps me on trackI love this app. It fit my needs the best out of a multitude of different habit tracking apps I tried and the design is really attractive too. I love building streaks and the graphs are kind of cool. I love how customisable the completion requirements and notifications are too. The one thing I wish I could do is add a little note against my completions. For example I have a goal to do household chores and I'd love to be able to note what I did. Also the calendar feature was moved in the latest update and it's kind of annoying to get to now, if I want to review my long term progress..Score: 5/5

Truly awesome.Such a clean and beautiful user interface. Works smoothly and really does motivate you to maintain good habits. Fantastic app overall..Score: 5/5

Don’t waste your money.After purchasing this in the Apple Watch ‘recommended’/featured page, I was sorely disappointed after not being able to link my phone to the Apple Watch app itself. The app fails to launch and states launch from the iPhone and the phone says the Apple Watch doesn’t have it downloaded (despite it obviously being there). Tried deleting and reinstalling on the cloud, no fix. I asked for assistance and the team who said they have no idea why it happens but said it’s a bug that fixes itself in two days.. 2 days+ pass and yet to see any improvement. They also said they are working on this in a new patch? I’m sorry, but if you are paying $7.99 (highly priced as compared to other organisation apps) and it only allows 12 recurring actions, you would expect in the very least that it works. It is a fault not a simple bug. It’s sad I can’t get a refund for this. I was hoping it would help with my depression, reminding me to have a shower, brush my teeth, brush my hair and do basic task. Really it’s only made me more stressed from it’s lack of functionality. My recommendation, don’t waste your money..Score: 1/5

Love itI was at a stage where I felt like I didn’t have any direction and then started using this app. It’s amazing how a simple app can motivate me so much. Takes a bit to get used to but once it’s setup, it’s all good. Love it!.Score: 5/5

RuinedUsed to be simple. Can’t move tasks from one page to the other and can’t not add a duration to a new task. Very average..Score: 1/5

Cannot add any notes to day tasksSo cannot let you enter any notes. For example if you set a task to record your weight every day, you can only mark it as completed, and it’s won’t let you actually enter the weight for record keeping. If you missed any task , cannot add notes to record background information for that day neither Not too good.....Score: 3/5

Streaks AppGreat app for habit tracking, it has helped me tremendously!.Score: 5/5

Clunky but addictiveI like using it, but is still a bit clunky. Can’t work out how to delete particular items after choosing them as a goal..Score: 3/5

How is this so highly rated?After an obnoxious intro where you are forced to perform a series of patronising actions, you are dropped into a confusing mess of an app that uses a whole set of icons that are unlabelled and unintuitive (maybe that would have been useful in the intro steps, instead of assuming that ‘tap and hold here to continue’ is something you can just leave implied). I tried to contact the developers before leaving a review, but the app though design, omission or just poor UI doesn’t make that possible. Not worth dealing with for the gimmick..Score: 1/5

Amazing AppAbsolutely love this app! Just wish I could add some more pages as I struggle to fit everything into 12 slots 😢 Any chance of an update?.Score: 5/5

Good but custom times don’t workI love this app. I really want to use it to remind myself to do tiny habits that I want to do more of. I set up custom notification times for all 12 of my streaks, sometimes up to 5 reminder notifications a day, but they seem to be a bit slippery, not coming through when I set them to, or not coming through at all. Otherwise I love this app, and would recommend it..Score: 3/5

Outstanding habit appThis is the best habits app I’ve found out there. Worth the $. Only downside is that it only supports 12 items to track. If the developers read this, I really wish you could increase the 12-item limit.Score: 4/5

Doesn’t work as it promisesStreaks are completed without me doing them. Advised that walking and running within app can’t seperate so my running streak is updating as completed without me doing it.Score: 1/5

Looks good, limited functionalityGreat design, but after just two weeks using it I ran into three basic pieces of functionality that were missing. I couldn’t add a task to repeat on a specific day every two weeks; I couldn’t pause a streak (e.g. if I was out of town and couldn’t do to the gym); and I couldn’t set tasks to fall in particular parts of the day (e.g. for a whole range of tasks I do just before going to bed). I won’t be using it any more, so I’m frustrated there wasn’t a trial version to try out before paying for the app..Score: 3/5

MixedIntegration of data sources is great but visualisation of progress needs to be simpler. Back to Momentum..Score: 2/5

Excellent appActually got me into taking some good habit.Score: 5/5

Great for keeping me on track.First days are tough, but once you’ve got a bit of streak, motivation picks up..Score: 5/5

Brilliant appSuch a useful and cleverly designed app. Great user interface, terrific range of options and customisation. Does exactly what I need it to - help me keep to daily routines. Five stars..Score: 5/5

So basicThis is so basic. Nothing like what was reviewed. No overall dashboard. Messages and notifications you can’t find. It really is a total waste of $7.99 but I guess cost less than 2 coffees.Score: 1/5

I love this appIt’s simple to use and fun to track my progress! You can customise colours and set up how you want! Notifies me when i almost missed something so I can get on it!!’.Score: 5/5

Must Buy!Absolutely loving this app so far, such an easy to use interface, integrated with iCloud and the health / Apple Watch trackers and really motivated me to make a list of things to do each day and do them. I love that the integration with health / Apple Watch means I don’t need to manually tick off those tasks and the variety of tasks are excellent. It’s not all health / fitness focussed and has things as simple as flossing your teeth or reading a book for a certain amount of time. Excellent app, definitely worth the money..Score: 5/5

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Good yet disappointingGood idea but limited, especially for the money. It feels like a cheap free version I’ve actually paid for. Really needs more than 2 pages with more tasks to complete. Can’t see myself using this long term because of the limited nature of it..Score: 4/5

I love this Ap!It’s great to have an app that I use daily & check regularly that’s actually good for me! This is fantastic at keeping me accountable..Score: 5/5

Don’t buy if you use an Apple WatchThis App does not work with my Apple Watch, which was the main reason I spent $7.99 on it. Overpriced app which doesn’t work as described..Score: 1/5

Love this appI use this app every day and it keeps me accountable for achieving all the small tasks I want to accomplish in a day / week. Over time the motivation to create a “streak” and not break it forms genuine good habits!.Score: 5/5

Fantastic easy and customisableGreta app. One of the best I’ve seen..Score: 5/5

Keeps me accountable and motivatedI’ve found Streaks useful to keep me accountable to myself and motivated to keep reaching my goals. 😊.Score: 5/5

Not enough options to traxkOnly tracking 12 streaks is pretty restrictive in my view. Maxed out straight away, and this won't work for my workflow. Some of the design choices are a bit tricky. Took me forever to figure out why the dots at the bottom of the screen changed colour. Not very clear for an app that's gotten so many awards. You can only choose to start your day between 9pm and 6am, how does that make sense? Can't figure out how to link health app data, aka automatically mark if I've walked 10k. I keep adding to this review as I try and figure out features, and the score keeps going down..Score: 1/5

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