Video: Top 5 mobile apps to keep your New Year’s Resolutions
“At number five is coach.me. It’s one of my favorite apps. You can define whatever goal you want, and check it off when you accomplish it. It isn’t limited to just fitness or food, you can input any goal you think of. If a streak motivates you to do something, Coach. me is great for that.
And #4 is Pocket. If your resolution is to read more, Pocket is great. When you find something to read on the web, you can save it to a read later list on Pocket. The Pocket app on your phone will download the articles so you can even read offline. On top of that, the app has a text to speech function so you can listen to whatever articles you bookmark.
At number three Evernote. For those of us who want to get organized, Evernote is hard to beat. On your phone, you can take pictures of receipts, write notes, keep bookmarks, whatever you want. It syncs on the web. So if you change phones or computers, you can always access your notes. Online.
At number two is Mint. Want to save more money? What helps is seeing your cash flow in one place. Mint is great at showing you your balances by aggregating all your credit cards and all your bank accounts in one place. It also helps you track savings goals. Mint works on the web so if you wanna take a look at your monetary picture on a laptop you can do that. I asked you guys on Twitter what apps you use for resolutions and here’s what you had to say. Matt likes Wunderlist to create a new to-do list for annual goals. Travis likes Habit List. I checked it out and it looks really good. Thanks, guys.
And the number one app that will help you keep your New Year’s resolution ins My Fitness Pal. That’s assuming your resolution is fitness, because that’s the goal of many, many people. My Fitness Pal can track your food and exercise. Plus the app works with a wide variety of other apps including MapMyRun, Fitbit app, and the Jawbone UP app. My Fitness Pal has lots of users, so you can look around for some social to keep your motivation going even when you’re thinking of throwing in that towel. Good luck on your goals, everybody.”