50,000 - 100,000 downloads
- Lovely 8bit and RPG inspiration
- More features and customization option would be welcomed
A to-do app for nerds
Time ago, there was a comicbook about a nerd who took his daily job in the office as if he was playing his favorite roleplaying game, it was much like Knights of the Dinner Table or Dork Tower, so to speak. Now, OCDevel thinks that there are many of us who think to ourselves in that nerd terms, or at least that it'd be useful to do so to achieve certain goals. It'd be like transactional coaching taken in a more fun way. In the end, we mere mortals can procrastinate, but our 18th lvl paladin wouldn't.
That is. It's a to-do app, presented in a lovely 8bit user interface that invites to add new "quests" (tasks) to earn experience points and get items, hence enhancing this app's recurrence.
We'd like to see more themes, as a sci-fish one, for example. Anyway, it's an original and very nerdy way to customize your Android and manage your life when you're snowed under it.
https://habitrpg.com (the website) has been around for about one year, and has additional features such as guilds, parties, pets, random drops, tags, difficulty settings, etc. We're going to be pulling in features bit-by-bit into the mobile app - but we wanted to get this initial release out there so people can start using it, and hopefully contributing (open source at https://github.com/habitrpg/habitrpg-mobile). If you experience bugs, please jump into https://github.com/habitrpg/habitrpg-mobile/issues. Android 2.3.x users - we'll enable for devices once we can fix the CSS / Angular issues found at http://goo.gl/p9x2Pz
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Chat bug fixes
The website looks and works better in my mobile
I love the site and the concept. The app is functional, but lacks many features, and has a very barebones UI. The features most needed are notifications for to-dos and uncompleted dailies, and a home-screen widget. It is clearly a work in progress. I look
Very slow and laggy. I hope they realize the importance of having a native app. For now I'll stick to only using at home and work. On the go, I'll have to try something else.
Freezes up often
Bad Design is Bad
This app doesn't lag half as bad as the iPad version, and helps make the game playable (since I can't use a browser every day).
I lack self motivation, this app does it for me.