Repeating a new habit is the trick to making it stick, but it is also difficult. HabitBull is designed to encourage you to stick to your new goals. This app is a habit tracker: You enter details of the habits you want to learn, and it keeps track of how well you are achieving them.
You can customize a list of habits, setting when you want to measure your achievements, and if each one is rated a success on a yes-or-no basis or by some sort of count (for example, I'm using it to track my goal of 10,000 daily steps).
To update the app you merely select your habit from the list, then tap on the calendar interface that pops up. It's very easy, and it can be rewarding to enter a daily update because it brings your new habits to mind.
The most interesting section of the app is the weekly report section, which shows you graphs on how well you are achieving your goals alongside a motivational image and an interface for the app's built-in discussion rooms. Here you can talk with other users and find out their motivational tricks.
The app has a minimal and good-looking interface, and the free version includes lots of features. You can pay to upgrade to the premium edition, which gives you extras like tracking 100 habits and syncing across different devices, but it costs $5. The app is helping me stick to my goals, though I have had to form a new habit of using the app itself. Luckily, HabitBull includes alerts and reminders. Available on iOS and Android.