Productive - Habit Tracker

Productive - Habit Tracker

By Apalon Apps

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-06-02
  • Current Version: 2.27.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 305.35 MB
  • Developer: Apalon Apps
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.4 or later.
Score: 4.58946
From 73,500 Ratings


Productive is a free and easy-to-use tool that helps you build a routine of positive, life changing habits. Set personal goals, track your progress, and motivate yourself to new heights! Productive can help you with planning your schedule to create healthy new habits. Setting smart reminders for throughout your day and analyzing your daily, weekly and monthly progress are just a few of the ways Productive keeps you on track. Productive may even help adults manage their ADHD by helping them concentrate on a daily routine. Productive received a Webby Award for Best Mobile Site & App and has been featured by Apple on iTunes in China, USA, Canada, Brazil, Great Britain, Taiwan and beyond! What features are available for Productive users? - The clear and beautiful interface. It is intuitive and easy to use and will help you stay focused and determined to build new habits and reach new goals. - Habit management. Create, complete, stop or pause your habits whenever it is convenient for you. - Personal and Real-Time Challenges. Improve your daily routine by completing guided tasks or competing with other users from all over the world. - Customization. The app is fully customizable - you can name your habit, choose a unique icon and it’s color. - Statistics. Track your habits and analyze progress - build motivating chains of completed habits and perfect days. The longer your chain of completed habits, the more likely you will keep the streak going. - Notifications. Smart reminders give a summary of what's scheduled for each part of the day. - Handy widget. It will help to make habits management even easier. - Siri Shortcuts. PREMIUM FEATURES Subscribe to Premium for even more great features to boost your personal productivity: - Unlimited number of habits - Endless motivation with various challenges - Improved reminders for individual habits - Location based reminders - Motivating stats for each habit - Habit trends with week by week data * Subscription payments will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of your purchase. * Subscriptions will automatically renew and payment will be charged to your iTunes account unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. The cost of the renewal depends on your Subscription Plan. Our standard Subscription Plans are: * 1-month Subscription * 3-months Subscription * 1-year Subscription For other currencies, the price corresponds to the same price tier on the App Store Pricing Matrix. * Subscription with a free trial period will automatically renew to a paid subscription. You can cancel or manage your free trial's auto-renewal in your Account Settings after purchase. The cancellation will take effect 24-hours after the last day of the current subscription period and you will be downgraded to the free service. * Please note: any unused portion of a free trial period (if offered) will be forfeited when you purchase a premium subscription during the free trial period. If you have any questions or suggestions on how we can improve the application, please do not hesitate to contact us at Privacy Policy: EULA: AdChoices: California Privacy Notice:



  • Best Task App

    By Ashton390
    This is a very great app if you want to create habits and get stuff done, you can customize your tasks with icons and colors. Get streaks and achieve goals when completing your tasks daily. You can set alarms for tasks so you can remind yourself to do them. There’s a lot you can do with this app, I highly suggest getting this app.
  • Missing MAC integration

    By Sudhiaithal
    App is good for iPhone, but it would be much better if there is App for macbook too for easier scheduling and tracking.
  • Very awesome app

    By FlakkaBaby
    I really enjoy the app just sad part is they charge you to do more
  • UX flaws

    By Piechoinski
    I personally don’t think the app is as intuitive as Done or Todoist is, and I don’t care for the weird shaped designs within the app or the fact that their font choice isn’t inline with the Apple guidelines. The app itself looks very 2012 Android-y and the color schematics makes it look like they had a hard time deciding on acceptable palettes. I’d like to see the widget capabilities of finishing a task / habit but simply clicking the widget on the right side without it having to open the app, then sliding over the task, then checking the box. It’s counter intuitive and too many steps. I’d love it more if it looked more sleek like Done, and if they could decide on a simple font schematic and color scheme. Right now it looks a bit lost from a UX perspective.
  • Good app but missing features

    By Lia Gillette
    The app seems pretty nice I do however with there was a light theme option as well as a simple todo list feature that you can simply check boxes off of quickly Also for the repeating habits you can’t set it to repeat like the first Monday of every month etc or the third Wednesday every 3 months which I think you’ll be a great feature to add. Over all the app is good for habit building but it’s really not also a functional to do list like it says
  • Okay...

    By Rosella78
    So I started using this app a month ago and went for the year long subscription. I thought that a lot of the problems I was running into would be fixed with the subscription but they are still there. You get to add more tasks but every time I edit a task, even just the name of it, it makes it a new task and moves it to a different spot on a list. Which is annoying cause then I have to move it back manually and I lose all my data on the task. Just cause I move my reading time down from 20 min to 15 doesn’t mean that I dropped my streak and I would really like it to stay the same task. If it’s under the same task it should stay the same task! Also idk why the techies would get rid of the “do this many times function and then we will take it off the list”! That was the best function cause then I would get reminded for stuff I needed to do but had more time to do it rather than something I needed to do everyday. I do like that they added more colors... should have been a given but I’ll take progress. Kinda disappointed in the money I spent and this is what I’m stuck with for the next year. OH AND WHEN THEY UPDATE YOU LOSE SOME TASKS THAT DONT FIT WITH THE NEW UPDATE! So I forgot to sign up for important classes and missed the deadline cause I put it in here and it didn’t remind me. :( It’s okay for daily reminders but not great for goal setting or for individual tasks. So if you looking to use this for school or anything like that go somewhere else. And if you find something good please lmk🥺 unless this app gets it together. Maybe the techies could create two different sections (1 for daily tasks and one for projects that are due in the future but still show up somewhere on the list like a “looking ahead” section.)
  • Crash on launch

    By jeeves78
    I just installed the latest update. Now, as soon as I open the app, the splash screen appears for a brief moment and then the app crashes and I’m back on my iPhone Home Screen. I thought this might not be the case if I ran the app again. Unfortunately, this happens every single time and I’m not able to use the app at all.
  • They need to learn about User Experience

    By LoyalSage
    I have been using and paying for this app for a while, and it does what I need if I set all the settings right, although I’m annoyed that they keep popping things up every few months to try out some new feature, as if I’ll say, “Yeah, this system I’ve set up for myself has kept my life on track for the past few years, but let’s shake it up and try something else just for fun!” I wouldn’t complain if it was just a thing saying, “Hey, we added this new feature, want to try it?”, but usually the screen only has one button that takes you into the screen to start adding some new kind of habit (like the Challenges). I recommended this to my mom a year or so ago, and I was shocked at how much the onboarding process has gone downhill. It prompted twice to buy the app before even showing her a tutorial that forced her to add a habit she wasn’t interested in, mark it done, undo it, etc, and then it prompted so often to pay for it in that first day, that she didn’t use it and decided not to pay for it. Yesterday I sent an email to report a bug. I got a response today from their tech support trying to get the bug to resolve on my phone by reinstalling rather than tackling the actual bug, and so I instead installed the app on a new device to reproduce it, since their history with maintaining user data is pretty poor and I was not going to risk losing all my data over a bug I could work around. But onboarding experience is even worse now. It took me like 5 minutes to just get into the app, and I ended up force quitting and reopening the app to get out of the tutorial. I was prompted 3 times during the onboarding/tutorial to pay for the app before I’d gotten a chance to try out the free side of the freemium model (as far as they knew since it was on a new device), and then as I tried to test the bug, I was interrupted several times by the pop up to pay for the full version. So I no longer recommend this app. It’s trash. I think it’s bad enough that it’s worth me making an app for myself for what I want out of this. (Not to mention that the streaks don’t even mean anything since historical data often randomly gets gaps inserted that weren’t there the day before, breaking long running streaks. I’ve never missed one of these for the past 706 days, and I haven’t changed my habits for 437 days, and yet my overall streak is only 411 days. It’s clear the developers either don’t use the app, or they only use it to look for bugs and don’t actually care about it. To the devs: if all the extra prompts to pay are an attempt to convert more people from free to paid, you’re going about it wrong. One prompt during the tutorial, cutting down the tutorial to just a couple screens, and then waiting to prompt for at least a couple days would convert more free users into paid users because they would get a chance to try the app first, and they might actually like it if they get a chance to try it. Prompting multiple times before they get a chance to use the app will either push them away or at best (for you) get someone to pay who doesn’t actually use the app, which is obviously morally wrong.
  • An amazing app

    By Lina Chips
    I really enjoyed this app and how organized it made me. When I wake up I see my routine ready for me and all set up. I love how it also reminds me and recommends some stuff for me. This keeps me organized and that’s the way I like it. I highly recommend this app it’s very useful and will help you be very organized. It’s very useful and can make you a better person who has full control with their life. If your looking for something to help you organized or if your trying not to be so lazy I recommend this app for you.
  • A subscription and no Apple health? Nope.

    By Dr.Potts
    No value in this app. Doesn’t integrate with Apple health so why would I pay for a subscription? Garbage.