Apps for keeping your New Year’s resolutions

Whether you want to get organized or quit smoking in 2013, there are plenty of apps out there that will help you keep your New Year’s resolution.

My Healthy Habit
Free for iOs

If you’ve got a New Year’s resolution to get healthy in 2013, My Healthy Habit can help you get on the right track. This free app from Indiana University allows you to track your progress for a specific health-related goal. Don’t see your health goal in the app’s list? Create your own!

You can also create reminders within the app to help you keep your goals, and you can share your progress on Twitter and Facebook.

Free for Mac, PC, Android, iOs

The disorganized can rejoice with the creation of this free productivity app. Wunderlist is a simple and elegant app that will help you keep your lists, tasks and notes in order. Press the star button to set a due date or a reminder for your task, and select the edit button to delete it when it’s complete.

If you have the Wunderlist app on your Mac and you iPhone, don’t worry — your lists will all sync.=

iQuit – Stop Smoking Counter
$1.99 for iOs

Don’t be fooled by other iQuit apps in the iTunes store — they’ve got nothing on this one! iQuit – Stop Smoking Counter helps you keep track of how long you’ve gone without a cigarette. Plus, it provides encouraging information like how much money you’ve saved and how much extra life you’ve gained by stopping smoking.


If “Create my own app” is your New Year’s resolution this year, Yapp can help! Log on to their website and create an iOs or Android app in minutes. There are tons of themes and layouts to choose from (you can  customize them too!) Then, invite your friends via email and social media to download your app!


7 Comments to “Apps for keeping your New Year’s resolutions”

    Quit Pro iPhone App said:
    January 7, 2013 at 2:58 AM

    Hi, there's a brand new quit smoking app for iPhone. It's called "Quit Pro" and basically helps you track all your cigarettes or cravings (if you've already completely quit) to better understand when, why and even where you smoke or resist the most. It then produces beautiful stats and heat maps. Give it a try.

    There's a demo video here:

    And you can download the app from the App Store here:

    Thomas Maru said:
    January 25, 2013 at 9:53 AM

    Where is the weather center app? I do not want these that come up when I click on the WEATHER APP.

    mobile dvr said:
    February 17, 2013 at 1:07 AM

    I was looking forward for such kind of technology related info and got it over here. I got some new info about the Apps for keeping your New Year’s resolutions as well. Technology is the vital fact for us. Thanks for this nice allocation and carry on…….

    galvintravis said:
    March 7, 2013 at 5:21 AM

    Many apps are available in the android field which are specially made on health resolution and it proved to be good. It's great to know that this kind app is being done for community purpose.

    iconia said:
    March 15, 2013 at 8:43 AM

    This is exactly what i was looking for . thanks for sharing this great article. I am always searching for informative information like this

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