We live in a world where we acquire habits every day. Some of these habits are good, while others are not so good. However, we often find it extremely difficult to break away from those that aren’t good.
Every day, we interact with new technologies and we stay interconnected with each other through apps. Some of these apps help us manage ourselves, our daily routines, our workflows and what not.
Today, I am going to talk about some of the best cross-platform habit apps to break the “not so good” habits. These are cross-platform apps so you can easily use them on Windows, macOS, Linux, etc.
What are “Breaking the Habit” Productivity Apps?
How many times have you really wondered if only you had an app that can help you monitor your habits? Yeah, we have all been there and I have been there too. So, just the other day, I was eager to find such an app and instead of coming across one, I rather found a suite of such interesting tools.
Not only do these apps help you monitor your habits, but they also help with the analysis of behavioral patterns and routines. Such tools allow you to adopt new habits and certainly give up on the old ones.
One way or the other, the end result is to make you more productive so you can achieve better.
Now, there are certainly a number of habit apps which are available in the market but finding the right one can become a cumbersome task. As a whole, you want automated solutions devoid of deficits.
Here are a few habit-changing productivity apps that can easily work across multiple platforms.
Sick of following the same habits and routine every day? Need to organize your tasks and achieve a whole lot more? Well, you don’t have to look any further than TaskQue. Here is another interesting productivity enhancement tool offering quite a lot to an average person so he can easily give up on his/her bad habits. TaskQue is specifically designed on a smart model that keeps you on track.
TaskQue offers separate workflow phases giving managers the liberty to micro-manage their teams. For each of your departments, you can create separate workflows and then add tasks accordingly. You can also track how much time an employee is spending on accomplishing their tasks which helps in killing distractions. TaskQue comes with a free trial and has a subscription-free of $5 per month.
If you want to create some new good habits and break up the old bad ones, EverydayCheck is an interesting web-based platform which works best across all supported platforms. You can use this web app on your Windows PC, Macbook, Android and iOS smartphones/tablets. It is an easy-to-use habit app which provides a visual display to track your progress during the process of habit-making.
This app further allows you to set goals and objectives which are important for changing your habits. It is quite a productive tool and allows you to gain ultimate control of your current/previous habits. Some of the interesting features of EverydayCheck are reminders, browser extensions, calendar, visual dashboard, etc. It offers a 30-day free trial so users can test it, and the subscription fee is $12/year.
Now, terming it an all-out habit monitoring app will be doing injustice to Y-Productive. It is not just another go-to habit monitoring app but it is also a productivity monitoring and enhancement tool. This cross-platform app runs smoothly across all platforms including Windows and Mac. Y-Productive is a very advanced habit tracker and it helps you combat disruptive habits & focus on productive tasks.
As far as what you can do with Y-Productive is concerned, you can track how much time you have spent on each project and whether you have been productive in completing those tasks or not. The app also provides you quick feedback on your achievements and your progress on each of your tasks. Some interesting features include behavioral analysis, productivity charts & reports, task categorization, website blocking tool, and focus mode. It is available for as low as €6 per month.
Another great habit tracking platform on our list for the day is none other but Strides. It is a cloud-hosted platform which runs smoothly across a number of platforms including Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS devices. It is quite a flexible platform which makes Stride a class-apart compared to other habit tracking platforms in the market. Stride includes four unique options.
- Target tracker; enables you to set goals and work towards meeting those goals.
- Average tracker; helps you determine your average or mean worth/value.
- Milestones; helps you monitor the progress and pace of your workflow.
- Habit tracker; helps you form and break habits.
Some of the key features of Stride include on-track pace setup, progress bar, tracker template, progress charts, log notes, calendar, daily goals, success rates, online support and much more.
Stride is free to use but with limited features. The subscription for Stride costs $5 per month.
Another quite popular habit tracking application on our list today is Lifetick. Just like Y-Productive, Lifetick is also a productivity-focused application. All your data on Lifetick is going to stay secure since it is a cloud-based application. You can use Lifetick across a number of operating systems including Windows PC, Macbook, Android and iOS. It is quite a versatile and flexible productivity tool.
Some interesting features that are worth noticing in Lifetick are charts, journals, widgets, S.M.A.R.T methodology, personal diary, unlimited goals, comprehensive reports, checklists, email reminders, custom branding, data export, customizable data analysis, and many others. Lifetick is available for use in three license editions. There is a free option, a $39/year option and a $10/month option.
There are countless habit monitoring apps in the technology market today and are designed specifically for different platforms. Among such productivity apps, there are a few versatile ones that work amazing across all platforms and includes all the necessary features. I have listed the best cross-platform apps to improve your habits. Do you have any more in mind, let us know in the comments.