iOS: We know that tracking habits is a great way to improve motivation. If you're looking for an app to help you with that, Continuo is easily one of the prettier looking apps for doing so. Continuo tracks up to eight activities on a calendar. You can assign each activity a colour so you can quickly glance at your calendar to see just how well you're doing at any given point. Each activity also gets a bar graph, so you can note approximately how much time you spend on an activity per day. If the white design isn't your thing, there's a dark mode as well. It's a simple app that does one thing, but it does it well, so if you're tracking your habits it's worth a look. You can try it out with one activity for free, or pay $2.99 to unlock the whole app.
Continuo Tracks Habits In A Clean, Easily Accessible Calendar
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