If your life is anything like mine, you've probably got a list of things you'd like to do differently each day. New habits to form, old habits to break. There's got to be a way that a well-developed web app can help with that, right?
Enter Streak.ly, a service in beta built by a group that includes Kyle Bragger, creator of the exclusive design and developer community Forrst. Streak.ly lets you set daily goals, tracks how many days in a row you've accomplished them (your streak) and reminds you each day if you haven't checked your daily goals off a list. It's simple, and I like it. We've got 500 invites to try out the service below.
Streakly will show you how many days in a row you've accomplished each daily task, and you'll see the longest streak you've hit per task. What's to keep you from lying? Nothing, except that the site FAQ says a kitten will cry every time someone does.
The first 500 ReadWriteWeb writers who visit this link can give Streakly a try before it launches. Check out the nice iPhone stylesheet that appears once you authenticate, too.