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Repeat Habit - Habit tracker for goals



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Description of Repeat Habit - Habit tracker for goals

Declutter your mind

Repeat lets you focus on the routines you will have to do today. Combining both Goal tracker and habit tracker. Repeat will show your pending habit on a given day and will only just focus on that given day. With that approach you can focus more on the task at hand.

No more pressure to do the things that you have to do.

Make yourself a better you

Do you try and formed a new habit but still slipping back to old bad habit? Repeat not only shows you the task you will have to do, it will also show why you do what you do and the consequences should you fail to do it.

It gives you that choice between the pain of discipline or the pain of failure.

Simple yet elegant

Repeat comes with night and day color scheme that is relaxing to the eye.

Start with small

It takes 70 days to form a habit, Repeat will remind you and will notify you if you have a pending habit on a given time.

Voice assistant

Tired of reading notification messages? Repeat comes with a voice assistant that will read your pending habit on a given time.

Empower you

Repeat will show you motto from famous and successfull people(Jim Rohn, Les Brown, Tony robins) to help you push through the tough times to get you to where you want to be.


Repeat is a simple app that focuses on the core functionality of a habit and goal tracker app. It's like writing your goals on a paper.

FREE and no forceful Ads

Repeat is free. The ads won't be force to you instead, it is an option if you want to enable the ads as a support.

How it works?

1. Take a moment to decide what goal do you want. Always remember the S.M.A.R.T goal.

2. Mark the habit depending whether you do it or failed to do it

3. Don't break the chain. Keep pushing through.

You are what you were when. If you want to change your life you have to start having some goals. If you want to achieve those goals, you have to get rid of the bad habits and form a new one. Big goals are achieve by setting small goals. Achieving small goals leads to big achievement that will turn out to be your big goal. Repeat will help you to take these small steps towards your goal.

Keep pushing through. Repeat the task over and over until it became a habit. Once you have done that you now have achieve your goal. Don't break the chain be consistent and soon all your bad habits will be gone. Always remember "Success is something you attract by becoming a better you, not something you pursue"

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lable: Productivity - Apps Current Version:1.314 Publish Date:2021-03-09 Developer:Nelzkie Labs

User Reviews


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Phil S 2020-06-04

If everyone who used this app had paid the 0.69$ donation for it, maybe the developer would have continued polishing it. As it is, it hasn\'t been updated for nearly a year. In its current state it is still very usable, and is still the app I like the best (having just installed about a dozen of them). I love that it has no ads and is reasonably-priced - very rare. If you\'re willing to use your common sense, and not rely 100% on the statistics to feel good about yourself, it will do the job well for tracking daily habits. I would love to see the user being able to specify a start date (and that the consecutive days counted from that date, not from the previous Monday before you created the habit). EDIT: Thanks for the reply. No need to apologise!! My point was that it is a shame that such good apps sometimes don\'t become hugely popular, which in turn drives development. This is an amazing app, and I really look forward to seeing your new version. I hope it is a great success!
Darrylhi Locklear 2020-08-01

This app is super simple to use and does exactly what it says: helps you keep track of your habits. I would only change two things. Your main page shows each of the habits you\'re tracking over the course of the week. When you click on a habit you can see your progress over the course of a month only for that habit. I\'d like to be able to pull up a month\'s calendar that shows ALL of your habits on one page. It also desperately needs more color options for coordinating habits. Too much brown!
Robert Sharif 2020-05-17

Awesome app, great UI. One small criticism! It\'s great for daily habits, but there\'s no setting to toggle things that should be done monthly. For example, once a month I want to do be able to do XYZ on a monthly basis. Since the app only goes by consecutive days, the progress counter would look like you\'ve skipped it until next month, meaning you\'ve hit your target 1/30 days.. when really, let\'s say I did XYZ monthly, basically I should have hit 3/12 months so far meaning I\'ve done 25% so far.
S 2 2019-09-24

This app does nothing more than notify you to do something. Where is the tracking feature? Where is the record of habits? Misleading name and if I ever wanted to be simply reminded of doing something, I\'d rather choose google calendar!
Aaron Griffin 2020-12-25

Seems like a great app, but I\'m not able to track habits that happen multiple times per day. If I want to do a thing 3 times per day, this app allows me to set 3 reminders, but it is ultimately a yes/no check. I cannot say I did it 1 or 2 times and track that sort of progress and effort. For this reason I\'m still looking for a good habit tracker.
elsie hanyane 2020-12-12

I really liked the app because of the flexibility to enter numerous habits and have flexibility to choose different frequencies per day. The reminders are also a great plus. However, for some reason, the app doesn\'t automatically move to the next day if I dont manage to complete a habit the previous day (i.e a habit that I need to tick off more than once a day) which sucks and defeats the purpose of tracking.
Sasha Green 2020-07-14

The app really helps me stay on top of my life. It\'s an ADHD lifesaver with a simple but attractive and customizable interface. HOWEVER there\'s a bug. When I have completed tasks hidden, and then mark a task completed, it does disappear. BUT then the next task on the list is shown twice, and marking one of them complete sometimes marks a different task complete than the one I clicked! This is irritating and makes the feature of hiding completed tasks unusable. Maybe it\'s an off-by-one error?
Tom Cobb 2019-12-31

Simple and effective. One way it could be improved is to include an option to log some piece of data when you complete a habit. For example, one of my habits is to weigh myself weekly to track weight loss. It\'d be great if I could log my weight and track results over time.
Svetlana Kulik 2020-04-30

Great app, seriously. Really helps when you\'re trying to create/destroy a habit or reach a goal. And it\'s one of those few that are free plus no ads. And as far as I know no limits on habits, being free. I\'ve entered a lot. Has many true and truly encouraging quotes. Easy to use, had no problems with it at all. Only thing is that if you\'re trying to enter a habit you\'re already started before using this app, it may take a while since you have to long press each date, but it\'s still awesome.
Danie Ziemek 2020-06-26

Love it! I use it daily. Easy to use. My only complaint is that you can\'t see a breakdown of each habit as a whole. It only shows you the current week and a percentage that you\'ve completed. I want to be able to see each habit\'s history so I can see if there\'s any trends like i know I forget my meds more often on weekends kind of stuff.