1.5 — Preview

1.5 — Preview

There are two immediate changes in this release. We’ve added more ways to browse habits and we’ve made stability improvements (you’ll especially like these if you’ve experienced the app unchecking something you’ve just checked in to). This is also our final App Store release before January 1st. In addition to the changes above, it includes…

1.1.2 — Activity Feeds & Streaks

1.1.2 — Activity Feeds & Streaks

We’ve just released a new update to our Lift app which makes for more compelling activity feeds and gives progress summaries which do a better job of highlighting accomplishments like streaks. Download it from the App Store. With each release, we also include release notes explaining the thinking behind the update. Those are below. Every Lift…

1.1.1 — Comments

1.1.1 — Comments

The short summary for this update: we’ve added comments. You can see them in the App if you download the latest update. Here’s the longer answer. It has to do with our theory of behavior design. Lift is a universal tool for supporting habits. It gives at least some support to any goal that can be…