New Years resolutions for 2013 just got a little easier to keep thanks to your smartphone’s apps
New Years Eve is just around the corner and half of us will make New Years resolutions for 2013. And now with a little help from your smartphone’s apps, it will be a little easier to keep these New Years resolutions throughout the entire new year.
Lose weight. Exercise more. Get Organized. Save money. Live better. These are some of the most popular New Years resolutions that people make. But less than 10% of us manage to keep our resolutions. Until now.
Apps on your smartphone can track everything from how many steps you take and how much your exercise, to weather you’re keeping to your diet and properly breastfeeding your newborn. Are you meeting your goal to be better organized? Did you save any money this month? Check out these free apps and see how they’ll help you keep your New Years resolutions for 2013:
Pageonce is a free app that keeps track of all your bills for free and lets you know how much your saving. Get real-time reminders about upcoming bills, see detailed transactions, and even pay your bills from this app while you’re on the go. Access your account from anywhere.
Astrid Tasks is a free app that helps organize your life. Speak into this app to list your tasks. Fun reminders make it easy to never miss a task. Collaborate with your friends, partner or mate to complete a task and be notified when that task is complete.
Calorie Counter and Diet Tracker is a free app that helps you diet in a fun and easy way. This app has a database of more than 2 million foods and gives you a free barcode scanner. It remembers your favorite foods and keeps you on track. Plus, it tracks your exercise. Fully integrated with social sites so you can share goals and support with your friends.
Nursing Log is a free app for iPad that helps new mom’s breastfeed. Breastfeeding helps both mothers and babies stay healthy. The U.S. Surgeon General suggests that babies be fed only breast milk for the first 6 months. This app monitors when your newborn is hungry, how log he or she has nursed and which breast was most recently used. (The iPhone version is $1.99)
Pedometer is a free app that measures steps, distance, work-out time, calories burned, speed, and pace. Includes a GPS so you can’t get lost on your long walks. You can even create music playlists from inside this app.
These apps are all compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and are available for Android smartphones too. How can we not keep our New Years resolutions for 2013 now?