Software Alternatives & Reviews
Habit Building Productivity Todos

Habitica Reviews and details

Habitica Landing Page
Habitica Landing Page


Habitica (Habit RPG): Full Review (2019)

How to Use HabitRPG (now Habitica) to Build Strong Habits and Motivation - College Info Geek


Social recommendations and mentions

We have tracked the following product recommendations or mentions on various public social media platforms and blogs. They can help you see what people think about Habitica and what they use it for.
  • If anyone else uses Habitica, I made a guild for us!
    For everyone who does not know Habitica: it's a gamified task list where you can get coins for tasks and buy virtual pets (or your own custom rewards) for them. It's available on pretty much every platform. Guilds are groups for like-minded people, a little like subreddits. They're useful for holding each other accountable or just chatting about features and stuff. If you're new to Habitica and want to join, feel... Source: 15 days ago
  • I need help getting into a routine and don’t know how to
    Something like Ring Fit Adventure is probably out since you don't have much money to throw around, but you could try a "life RPG" type app like Habatica, rewarding yourself for keeping up on the habits you want to encourage. And it's free! Not sure if maybe there are general workout apps that make it feel like a game. Source: 25 days ago
  • Free Habit Tracker on web browser?
    Habitica is pretty good. If you're into pixel arts and gamification. It has good community behind it to. Source: about 1 month ago
  • Working mostly desk jobs in the IT world, how do you all stay fit?
    Hmm get an instant pot, cook alot, and jump rope. It burns alot of calories per minute, and use It's an app that makes your life into an rpg. you can even join a guild with guys who want to get fit! Source: about 2 months ago
  • Would you use a game that helps you track your habits?
    Sounds similar to Habitica ( The only difference is you can create as many habits as you want regardless of your level. You need to sign up to make an account though. They do have a free version as well as a paid version. I've been using the free version for years now! Source: 3 months ago
  • Would vaping make me addicted to studying?
    Shot in the dark but I find: an interesting concept.. I tried it and it's not something I still use but the "Gamification" in a task list is a cool concept. Source: 3 months ago
  • i want to learn my native language but i can't concentrate on it
    In general, it probably makes sense to try different strategies - listening, reading, courses or working with a tutor if at all feasible, writing streaks, language exchanges, apps, etc. - to see if any of them work better. If you struggle without external structure there's also the possibility to do some "add-on" gamification - I use Habitica on and off to add streaks/rewards/reminders to things like revising my... Source: 3 months ago
  • Oh, yes, thank you, this is exactly what I need to properly relax and calm my racing brain
    Writing out a full to-do list always stressed me out, but I downloaded an app (Habitica) that let me write out the list once, and then it will regenerate the list every day for me, which has been surprisingly helpful. It can even be set to put certain items on the list only on certain days (like I have mine set to only put "Do Laundry" on the list on Fridays). I don't always get everything done on the list, but... Source: 4 months ago
  • Iwtl how to be more productive.
    Another fun tool to get you started on productivity is which tracks habits in an RPG game. It's just motivating enough to keep things going :). Source: 4 months ago
  • Digital / Online Bullet Journal?
    If you want to gamificate your tasks and feel like you're leveling up while doing them I can recommend Source: 5 months ago
  • I have played video games for about 16 of my 24 years. I used to lock myself in my room, turn off the light, and pretend to be asleep until my mom fell asleep, so I could get up and continue playing. Sometimes I would even fall asleep and set an alarm at 3-4 a.m. to get up and continue playing... 🔽
    Habitica has helped me a lot on that topic. Recently I created Game Over, a community within Habitica where various people with harmful gaming habits share their stories and discuss how to improve this every day, while helping each other with educational resources on addictive habits and tools to overcome videogame addiction. Everyone who reads this post is very welcome, I hope this will help! Source: 5 months ago
  • Liking reading more than gaming. I feel lost.
    Habitica has helped me a lot on that topic recently. I want to invite you to join Game Over, a community for people with harmful gaming habits. It's a support network with very useful information and tools for addicted gamers. Habitica is an app created to improve our habits and focus on our daily tasks and responsibilities. Source: 5 months ago
  • Just deleted my 6 year old League of Legends account.
    I recently created Game Over, a community where various people with harmful gaming habits share our stories and discuss how to improve this every day, while helping each other with educational resources on addictive habits and tools to help us overcome videogame addiction. This community is found within Habitica. You're very welcome always, and everyone who reads this comment. I hope this will help! Source: 5 months ago
  • Start truly fighting your gaming addiction this 2023. This is your year.
    This community is found within Habitica, an app created to improve our habits and focus on our daily tasks and responsibilities. The app can be used both on your website and as a mobile application. If you have no idea how to use the app or you want to make it a very useful tool for your life, I'm leaving you this guide, made by one of the creators of the app. Source: 5 months ago
  • Looking for a To-do app with push notifications that looks nice.
    Maybe give a try. You can also selfhost it or use their public instance. It is very much a complete todo solution, with multiuser support and repeating tasks. Source: 5 months ago
  • You can turn your entire life into an RPG by following this "players guide".
    Find a way to measure your progress. You can use some sweet RPG apps like Habitica, TaskHero, and Life RPG. There's a download for a printable "Habit Skill Tree" on Conquer Today if you want to hang up a poster and mark off your skills as you grow. Source: 6 months ago
  • my new therapist is starting me off with a daily routine. Is it a good or bad sign?
    They even have sites and apps to help you do this. Source: 6 months ago
  • [NeedAdvice] How can a 22 year old man finally change his life around and stop being a failure?
    On top of other people's suggestions - if you like games you can try to gamify your life. Add habits and task that you want to complete. There's a cell phone app too. . Source: 6 months ago
  • Anon's is doing what he loved
    Habitica are one of the best on my opinion, you can use it on web as well on any mobile device. Source: 7 months ago
  • How can one gamify their life?
    Literally? You might be interested in Habitica. It transfers your goals and to-do items into an RPG. I haven't done it in a while, but it might be what you're looking for. Source: 8 months ago
  • Reverse Engineering a Cat Feeder to Boost Productivity
    Habitica might scratch this itch to gamify your tasks. - Source: Hacker News / 8 months ago

Do you know an article comparing Habitica to other products?
Suggest a link to a post with product alternatives.

Generic Habitica discussion

Log in or Post with

This is an informative page about Habitica. You can review and discuss the product here. The primary details have not been verified within the last quarter, and they might be outdated. If you think we are missing something, please use the means on this page to comment or suggest changes. All reviews and comments are highly encouranged and appreciated as they help everyone in the community to make an informed choice. Please always be kind and objective when evaluating a product and sharing your opinion.