100,000 - 500,000 downloads

  • Lovely 8bit and RPG inspiration
  • More features and customization option would be welcomed
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Expert's Review

"Final boss: call mum"

Reviewed by / Aug 19, 2013

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.

Developer's original description available here
HabitRPG is a habit-building program which treats your life like a Role Playing Game. Level up as you succeed, lose HP as you fail, earn money to buy weapons and armor, compete with your friends.

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

Content CC-BY-SA 3.0 from Mozilla BrowserQuest & Little Workshop.

Recently changed in this version

* Bug fixes

Comments and ratings for HabitRPG
  • (59)

    by Owen D'Aprile on 04/12/2014

    Your screenshots are of an iOS device. Can you just spend some time on redesigning it.

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    by Claudine Gleeson on 04/12/2014


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    by Chad Mazurek on 02/12/2014

    Makes doing your daily tasks and one-off to-dos fun. It's also a great way to break bad habits and reinforce good ones. The mobile website is superior to the app, but the developer has indicated that they are working on improving the app.

  • (59)

    by Jacob Pakula on 02/12/2014

    Good incentives!

  • (59)

    by Kerry Chin on 02/12/2014

    I logged out and can't gt back in.

  • (59)

    by Le Hoang on 30/11/2014

    The concept? Great. Layout? Simple. The only problem for me? There needs to be a widget. A status bar of some sort to see at all times, right on the home screen. That would be tremendous.

  • (59)

    by falah muhammad on 30/11/2014

    Viewing the posted screenshot and cannot go Back. Dailies should go down after ticked. No 'tags' feature in habits n dailies. Edit: Yeah, Dailies dont go down is totally fine. Can be arranged in orderly daily manner. Better if can see history/streak to know our progress.