Launching Habitcue to Open Beta Testing 🚀

Habitcue Weekly 3-2-1 Issue No. 1

Photo by Jared Rice

Hey Habitcuers,

Welcome to this week’s Habitcue Weekly 3-2-1!

3 Product Updates for Habitcue

1-week stretch

Since we’ve first tweeted about Habitcue, we’ve built and added more features!

This includes but not limited to:

  • Mood Tracker 😊

  • Improve syncing of reminders 🔔

  • Custom cover image for habits (we’re still waiting for production access from Unsplash 🤞)

  • Re-design habits create flow, progress charts

  • Subscriptions (yes, we got approved for both Apple & Google!)

  • Increase limits for our freemium users

    … including bug fixes and performance improvements to help you build better habits.

Habitcue Open Beta Testing

We’ve invited our friends and some folks in the habits community to test our app, and it’s been a fun learning experience so far.

Now, we’re excited to invite you. Download the beta apps from TestFlight or Google Play.

During the beta testing, you can try the Premium subscription for free.

If you’ve enjoyed tracking your habits, say a week or so, feel free to invite your friends as well. We would highly appreciate it.

We want to hear from you

As always, it’s great to hear your experience to help us validate what to improve, or whether there’s a need for us to pivot or stop. 😃

Submit your feedback here.

What’s next?

Goals 🏆 & Repeat 🔁

Goals feature is an additional way of tracking your progress. It allows you to track how many times or how long you are doing your habits per day or week.

Repeat is a configuration that allows you to set the frequency of the reminders and progress check of a habit.

Seems a lot! Good thing we had anticipated the increasing complexity of our database architecture from the early stages of development. 😎

2 Thoughts on Habits

Don’t expect to be at your “best” overnight. Instead, get better 1% every day.

If you get one percent better each day for one year, you’ll end up thirty-seven times better by the time you’re done.


Define your habits, before they define you.

Every action you take is a vote for the type of person you wish to become. No single instance will transform your beliefs, but as the votes build up, so does the evidence of your identity. This is why habits are crucial. They cast repeated votes for being a type of person.

via Twitter, @JamesClear

1 Question for You

You are the sum of your habits, your identity is defined by them. Let me ask you, what are your habits?

Feel free to comment in this newsletter or send your answer at

Thank you and stay safe! 👋

Joshua D.