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These apps will help you keep your New Years resolutions

Nearly half of Americans make New Year’s resolutions.   Far fewer stick to them.

“Losing weight&rdquo& &;ldquo;exercising more” are one of the most well-known goals. A sizeable proportion of Americans also plan toldquo;be a much better person. ”

TechCrunch reviewed apps which are designed to help individuals stay on track with these plans. Here are a few that can allow you to stay focused in 2018.

8fit

8fit

There are an infinite number of diet and fitness apps. But if you’re searching for a brand new one, 8fit is well worth checking out. Whether you wish to “shed fat” or “gain muscle mass,” 8fit lets you monitor specific exercise objectives. There are work out videos for yoga and tabata. It’s soon adding videos to target your core and arms. You can also log sync and exercises measures with Apple Health. 8fit also has a diet segment, for tracking what you eat. Whether you’re vegetarian or looking to avoid carbohydrates, there are loads of options suitable for a variety of diets. 8fit can allow you to build a customized meal plan, complete with recipes. The basic app is free and accessible on both iOS and Android. Users are charged $5 a month for 8fit Pro, with additional functionality. The app is now ranked #10 in the health & fitness class on Apple’s App Store.

Done

Done

Regardless of what your resolutions are, this app can allow you to do it. The aptly called “Done,” lets you set your personal objectives and get reminders. Done charts your progress, so that you may see how you performed this week or this month. The information is exportable and can be backed up by Dropbox. The beauty of the app is the simplicity. Another similar one is Habit List.  (It really enabled me to maintain my fitness resolution last year!) I also use iHydrate, but’s only for water-tracking. Done is completely free and accessible  on iOS.

ShareTheMeal

sharethemeal

Forget self indulgent, what about helping others? ShareTheMeal is a program created by the United Nations World Food Programme to help kids in poverty. For only 50 cents, the app will let you feed a kid for a day. Or for $15, you can feed the kid for a month. Whether its Syrian refugees or children in Haiti, ShareTheMeal will let you decide which region your food is going to. You may also spread the word about the program, by using the app to share photos of your meals on social media. Over 18 million meals have been donated up to now. The app itself is free and accessible on both iOS and Android.

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