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Habitica for Android

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Habitica is an open source habit building program which treats your life like a Role Playing Game. Level up as you succeed, lose HP as you fail, earn money to buy weapons and armor. This repository is related to the Android Native Application.

It's also on Google Play:

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See the project's Releases page for a list of versions with their changelogs.

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For an introduction to the technologies used and how the software is organized, refer to Contributing to Habitica - "Coders (Web & Mobile)" section.

Thank you very much to all contributors.

Steps for contributing to this repository:

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature
  3. Commit your changes: git commit -am 'Add some feature'
  4. Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature
  5. Create new Pull Request
    • Don't forget to include your Habitica User ID, so that we can count your contribution towards your contributor tier

Code Style Guidelines

We follow the code style guidelines outlined in Android Code Style Guidelines for Contributors.

You can install our code style scheme to Intellij and/or Android Studio via this shell command:

$ ./

Build Instructions

Config Files

  1. Setup Habitica build config files by simply copying or renaming the example habitica files: to

    habitica.resources.example to habitica.resources

    You also need google-services.json. Download it from Firebase in the next step.

    Note: this is the default production file for If you want to use a local Habitica server, please modify the values in the properties file accordingly.

  2. Go to

    a. Register/Login to Firebase. (You can use a Google account.)

    b. Create a new project called Habitica

    c. Create two apps in the project: and

    d. Creating each app will generate a google-services.json file. Download the google-services.json file from the second app and put it in \Habitica\

    You can skip the last part of the app creation wizards (where you run the app to verify installation).

  3. If using Android Studio, click Sync Project with Gradle Files. Update Android Studio if it asks you to update. Run Habitica.

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