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Apps for New Year‘s Resolutions

Apps for New Year‘s Resolutions

By The I.T Guy

Click aqui para español- >Apps para resoluciones de año nuevo

It’s a new year…after the holidays we are all trying to improve our self and set goals to be better than last year. How about using our smartphone to better ourselves? Free and easy! There are apps that can help us achieve this, so we might as well use this to our advantage. From organizing our lifestyles to losing weight, here are the top 5 apps for this year. One of the most useful apps is already in your device and that is your calendar. When used to the max, you can set reminders for everything from remembering your friends’ birthdays down to when you should eat your next healthy meal.

 

1 Calendar

Sync your schedule across platforms and devices, so you’re never without it.

Toggle from day, week, and month view so you always know what’s next.

RSVP to event invitations right from your inbox.

Plan for your goals with repeat scheduling.

Set goals that matter to you—and reach them.

Create reminders for time-sensitive tasks.

 

 

2 Runkeeper

Runkeeper is a GPS fitness-tracking app. Go for a run, walk, hike, or any activity really! You‘ll get a clear view of your training in real time with this fitness tracker app that not only tracks activity, but encourages you to get active more often.

 

3 Shopwell

Shopwell is a free iOS app that helps you maintain a healthy diet and is especially useful if you are allergic to or want to avoid certain foods. The app delivers ratings for a wide variety of food items specific to your profile, helping you find healthier alternatives to foods you like to eat.

 

4 Lumosity

Lumosity‘s cognitive training program is a fun, interactive way to train your brain and learn about how your mind works. Used by over 100 million people worldwide, Lumosity‘s program consists of science-based games designed to exercise memory, attention, speed, flexibility and problem-solving.

 

5 Plant Nanny

 Plant Nanny combines health with fun to remind you to drink water regularly.

The cute plant keeps you company every day by living in your phone.

In order to keep it alive and help it grow, you must give it water at certain periods of time.

The I.T. Guy

Writer/Web Design/Integration

Tech Talk/Discussion Tecnologica

Guatemala

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