“New Year, New You” was on the face of every magazine cover for the entire month of January. Whether you were resolving to lose weight, be healthier, or save more money, how have you held up? Do you need some help to keep you on track? There are apps out there meant to stick with you every step of the way (long after that New Year, New You Magazine has been relegated to help prop up the too short table leg) and these are 10 of our favorites that have managed to keep us going.

Apps to Help You Keep Your New Years Resolutions

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Get Healthier

Apps to Help You Keep Your New Years Resolutions

There is no better fitness friend than MyFitnessPal. It makes tracking your food, calories and nutrients easy with a database of over 5 million foods. Can’t find your food or meal? Enter it in manually or scan a UPC code. It even integrates with fitness trackers like Fitbit, your Apple Watch and other helpful apps like Runtastic. You can also input/import recipes and calculate nutritional values of your made from scratch meals. This app has saved me many a time when I wanted to eat something I knew I shouldn’t, simply by pre-inputting it into my food diary and seeing what an impact it make on my day. 

Available on iOS and Android.

Apps to Help You Keep Your New Years Resolutions

Whether you’re a runner, gym rat or someone looking to just get started, Runtastic Results can help you by creating a 12-week customized Training Plan (based on an initial fit test) that you can do anywhere since it’s completely based on body weight and uses no equipment. But make no mistake, this simple training program WILL make you sore with full body movements like Burpees and Mountain Climbers. It even comes with a Health & Nutrition Guide. I personally use this app often while traveling and can’t say enough good things about it’s effective workouts. It’s also great for those days where you just can’t manage to squeeze in a visit to the gym.

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Available on iOS and Android.

Apps to Help You Keep Your New Years Resolutions

Want the benefits of a personal trainer but prefer to work out alone? Try Jefit. I fell in love with this app because it gives a great workout summary that’s fun and motivating, keeps track of your lifting progress/amounts and even has a variety of workout programs so you don’t have to think about anything – just do what it tells you to do. 

Available on iOS and Android.

Apps to Help You Keep Your New Years Resolutions

The hardest part about eating healthy is figuring out just what to eat. With the SparkRecipes app you have access to over a half million recipes. It even comes with tips and video demos. 

Available on Android and iOS.

Save Money

Apps to Help You Keep Your New Years Resolutions

We get it. Budgeting can be overwhelming and difficult. Level connect your bank account and helps analyze your spending in order to take a lot of the guesswork out of budgeting. It can recognize your monthly, reoccurring bills and sort your spending.

Available on iOS and Android

Apps to Help You Keep Your New Years Resolutions

Saving usually goes hand in hand with budgeting. Try an app like Digit which takes into account your spending and helps you find ways to save. Then it squirrels it away. It even promises never to send you into overdraft. 

Available on iOS and Android.

Apps to Help You Keep Your New Years Resolutions

Looking to manage your debt and get it paid off? iOS users can check out the Debt Free app while those with Android can use Debt Payoff Planner.

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Be More Productive

Apps to Help You Keep Your New Years Resolutions

BreakFree allows you to monitor your mobile phone use, including statistics about your most used apps. Letting you see where you’re wasting time, getting sucked into click bait or endlessly scrolling. 

Available on iOS and Android 

Apps to Help You Keep Your New Years Resolutions

Love lists? Do your lists have lists? Check out Any.do. It lets you make lists upon lists and then gives you the option to categorize lists, share them and provides a daily snapshot.  

Available on iOS and Android

Do you have apps that should be on this list? Let us know!

19 comments

  1. Thanks for such an extensive list on Apps. We really have come a long way and I love how technology is helping us in our everyday needs. Have used a few of the Apps you mentioned, but curious about Digit and secondly Break Free since I need to keep my budget under control and also get my phone time in check. How was your experience using these two apps?

  2. I’ve heard of a few of these, but haven’t tried them. lol. Perhaps it’s time I did. I just get frustrated having to use more than one app in a day. It’s too much to keep track of.

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