Binary goal tracker?
December 30, 2015 6:10 PM   Subscribe

Is there a 'yes/no' goal tracker app you'd recommend?

So I downloaded a weight tracker app which is pretty cool. But I'd really like one that would track my weight AND also a set of custom binary daily goals. Like the app will ask me 'did I make my bed?', 'did I get enough sleep?', 'did I wash the dishes before bed?', 'did I eat breakfast?', etc etc. then I would like the weight trend and the binary goals plotted out a trend line for the weight and red/green boxes representing each question. So I can look back at a month and say 'oh I did so amazing yay me'. Does such a thing exist?

Thanks and happy new year!
posted by ian1977 to Health & Fitness (9 answers total) 11 users marked this as a favorite
Not sure what kind of phone you have but Rewire for android wouild do the trick.
posted by jcworth at 6:11 PM on December 30, 2015

Oh good point! I have an iPhone 6. Thanks jcworth
posted by ian1977 at 6:12 PM on December 30, 2015

Habit List app is a good one and does what you describe. Available on iOS.
posted by cecic at 6:15 PM on December 30, 2015 [2 favorites]

You may want to look at HabitBull. It seems to match your desire to keep track of goals (desired habits), but not weight. I use MyFitnessPal for the latter. I realize you may want both in the same app.
posted by forthright at 7:14 PM on December 30, 2015 [1 favorite]

I like the app on iPhone. It will prompt you if you set it to do so. You can join goals other people set for social accountability, or create goals yourself.
posted by instamatic at 7:33 PM on December 30, 2015

Productive. It's not free if you want to track more than 5 habits, but I loved it so much that I immediately sprung for the paid version.
posted by quincunx at 10:29 PM on December 30, 2015 [2 favorites]

HabitBull is also free right now, so might be worth checking out.
posted by Twicketface at 8:21 AM on December 31, 2015

Streaks is good, and I've been using it on my iPhone. You can track up to six habits.

The app Reporter might also be good if you want to be prompted at various times during the day.
posted by SansPoint at 10:10 AM on December 31, 2015

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