Habitica Reviews

Requires you to be online to create tasks.

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Such applications (and I mean todo managers here) are needed so that you don't have to keep all the things in your mind and can quickly write them down even on the go. They serve as electronic notebooks. The latter don't require internet connection to create a task or grocery list etc. And Habitica does, sadly. That's a breaking "feature" for me so I didn't go further creating my virtual hero in the Android application. Keep that in mind while considering using Habitica.

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Can't even undo a habit activity. If you accidental click.

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We can edit right now, via web. Editing points manually

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You can if you click on less button


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Completely self-driven and requires players use the honor code. However, once you surpass the urge to pad your habit tracking and fib on the accuracy so you can level up faster, it is an extremely powerful and rewarding habit tracking app.

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It does gamify your task management and to do list!

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the concept of gamification is very addictive
loved it
highly recommand it
the best habit tracker out there

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It does not seem to be playing games at all. I doubt if this is really gamifiy. Getting the quests is cumbersome and complicated, and most elements are unintuitive, unlike games.

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Perfect for me, only I need a offline support but except that, I love this app !

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Habitica makes checking things off your to-do list fun.

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The app is nice. I just wish there were fewer (and I mean FAR fewer) notifications. It literaly bombards you with them and there's no way to reduce their quantity unless shutting them off completely, but then you might miss your "wake up call" for a planned habit, and it sort fo ruins everything.

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I like the idea of gamification. It reminds me of the XKCD comic about leveling up in real life. But I would prefer separate apps for habit formation and task lists. Also, the style is too nerdy for me. I don't play the kinds of games that this imitates.

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