If you're like most people, your New Year's resolutions revolve around living a healthier life and/or getting into shape. Those aren't easy for anybody but with the help of apps on your phone, you can ensure you have the best chance possible to stick with your goals!
Let's start with MyFitnessPal! For those that want to lose some pounds, the app can help you track calorie intake. With database of over 11 million foods, you can enter manually or scan a UPC code and it will tell you an overall picture of the calories you take in. The app is available in iOS and Android.
GoogleFit is centered around achieving two goals each day, move minutes and heart points. It makes GoogleFit feel sort of like a game. And seeing both rings close at the end of a long day is pretty rewarding and keep pushing forward with a workout.
It's one thing to be able to keep on top of your physical health, but it's equally as important to keep track of your mental health. With MoodPath, you're given an intelligent mood tracker with tips to improve your mental well-being and much more.
It's no secret that many of us have to drink more water than we already do. And, The Drink Water Reminder, hydration and water tracker, makes it easier than ever. There are customizable reminders, statistics, achievements, and much more to achieve to achieve that goal.
Google Keep is the all-in-one app for keeping track of your reminders and any notes you need to get out of your brain. The easy integration with Google Assistant makes life even easier and then you can go back and organize everything to your needs.
Next, for those that are not good with budgeting and want to save some cash this year, Mint is the way to go! Input some of your banking information and make a few decisions about how much you want to spend and the app will keep you in the budget track.
Finally, for those that want to work on self-improvement and personal growth, Coach.Me is the app for you. The app helps you build good habits that can play a pivotal role in shaping your career or making you a better person. You can track your goals to keep you in line.