5 Smartphone Apps to Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions
The end of 2012 is nigh. And it’s that time of the year again. The time when we commit to some New Year’s Resolutions.Thanks to recent advancements in smartphone technologies, keeping track of our New Year’s Resolution is easier than ever.
So without any delay, here are 5 apps from top smartphone app developers to provide you invaluable guidance for 2013:
Organize Your Life with Lists
They say the easiest way to achieving your goals is to keep yourself organized. And what better way to organize your life than Astrid – the ultimate to-do app for iOS and Android.This app helps you sort your day-to-day tasks with the help of neat lists. You can even sync them across a variety of platforms to help you keep eyes on accomplishing tasks that you have set for yourself. For added convenience, you can speak the tasks on your mobile device and they will be converted into textual lists. Easy as pie right?
I want to Lose Weight and Exercise
So you need to get back in shape and keep a check on your diet? Then you are in luck with Noom Weight Loss Coach.
Available on Android for free, this technological coach will take care of all weight-related tasks. The app gives you an active pedometer, dietary tracking functions, diet change advice, exercising suggestions and more. It’s like the Swiss Army Knife of weight-loss smartphone apps.
Keep Your Bank Balance in Check
So you’ve decided to get your finances in order? Then you need to consider installing Mint – the comprehensive finance management smartphone app.Available on Android and iOS for free, this utility allows you to keep track of all your financial accounts with relative ease and security. It helps you reach your financial milestones and savings target. You can also set aside budgets for various categories.
Quit Bad Habits like Smoking
Breaking a bad habit is hard but not impossible. Let’s take smoking as an example. If you want to kick your nicotine-fueled habit then it’s time for you to install Livestrong MyQuit Coach (iOS) or QuitNow Pro (Android).
Both these apps give you a comprehensive plan that helps you quit your smoking habit. They also track your day to day progress.