Don't Break The Chain!

Don't Break The Chain!


  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2009-04-30
  • Current Version: 2.5.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 8.93 MB
  • Developer: ROUGE41
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 536 Ratings


"Don't Break The Chain!" -- Jerry Seinfeld *** To rename or delete a chain, tap on the chain name. It is not possible to delete the chain if it is your only chain **** Don't Break The Chain! allows you to track your daily commitment to your most important goal! By consistent daily action towards your goal, you will build extraordinary outcomes! After your first day, your chain of daily commitment gives you inertia to not break the chain! Daily action builds habits. Start your chain today, you can: - Write a joke every day - Exercice every day - Give up TV - Eat 5 fruit and vegetables a day - Stop smoking - Spend quality time with your significant other every day - Have random talk with a stranger every day - Meditate every day - Learn the guitar every day Read more about this motivation technique at: Steve Pavlina's 30 Days to Success is also a very similar technique:



  • Motivates me to keep the chain going

    By TashaSunny
    I actually love tapping the X to show I’ve done it. The gaps bother me and this simple thing has made the difference! I’m a ONE Thing fan and I heard that Geoff used it, so I gave it a try for our 66 day challenge. My 13 yo son is now using it because his teacher gave them a 66 day challenge to read x amount every day to build the habit. There is no limit to the things you might improve by tracking them and being accountable for your wins and losses and strive to have more wins. I like complicated things, but simple is what’s working for me. Love this app!
  • Perfect to track workouts

    By Nanest7
    I love this app. It is so simple and perfect to track the days I make it to the gym. I Can see the entire month at a glance. Thanks.
  • Posting without your permission.

    By Seaportron
    Be careful. This app is posting on twitter and connected other social media without your permission. Check before you click on anything!
  • This app is wonderful

    By Damagapple
    This a simple app but helps me to achieve my goals or things that are hard to let . It has help to achieve great habits and pretty difficult goals. Sometimes it’s hard to let go certain person that cause you harm that once you consider a friend, for those difficult time I have use this app and it helps heal the wound. It also help me achieve simple goals like cleaning my room and so on ! Suggestions: -If you could add a variety of positive and encouragement quotes it would be nice -It would be awesome to see this app on Apple Watch -Add Touch ID lock - Add a setting to change the size of fonts and letters, the numbers and letters of the calendar are too small
  • Easy!

    By Vicariouslythrulisa
    This small bit of accountability has helped motivate me.
  • Great motivator!

    By HamBandit
    Simple and effective in helping you to stick to a goal. Wouldn't mind getting a new message each time I cross off a day, though. 😊
  • Great App! One Suggestion

    By redreine
    I really like this app because I can keep track of all the good habits I want to develop! However, I would like to suggest adding an option to have a reminder for each individual chain. For example, I could set a specific time for the app to remind me to complete my goal of exercising at 6am while another reminder will notify me to read a few chapters in my book at 2pm.
  • Easy to use

    By Kctinman
    I use paper and pen for my habits. But using this app gives me an extra place to keep me on track.
  • Very Helpful!

    By 10383830326
    If you want to get better at something or keep track of something, this app is perfect for you! A Youtuber recommended this to me in one of her videos, and I'm glad she did.
  • Simply awesome

    By KNGPN66
    Sometimes what you need is something simple and this fits the bill. It's a big help to me as I develop habits using the process outlined in "The One Thing" book.