Have you made progress in achieving your New Year’s resolutions? If not, don’t worry. There’s still plenty of time to get on track for a productive 2020, and you don’t need to go about this alone. You can use your devices to keep up with your goals — all you need are the right apps.
Scribd: To Stay Up on Your Reading
Access magazines, ebooks, graphic novels, and even audiobooks on the go with Scribd. Get personalized recommendations, browse by topic, or explore what’s trending. It even allows you to search for dissertations, scientific studies, government reports, and sheet music. An unlimited selection of books can sync across all your devices and is ready to read offline.
Duolingo: For Learning a New Language
Duolingo provides short, easy-to-follow language lessons. You can learn at a gradual pace and even practice with your friends. It is quite fun and will feel almost as if you’re playing a game and striving to reach the next level. There are 23 languages to choose from, with more options frequently added.
Way of Life: To Embrace Better Habits
The more information you provide Way of Life, the more effective it will be at helping you get rid of nasty habits in the new year. This apps gives reminders and custom messages for a little push that may be needed in your daily life. You can keep journals and notes, and log exercise and water intake. If you’re looking to switch up your routine, this app is here to help.
Glassdoor: For a Career Change
Glassdoor offers the latest job listings, company reviews, salaries, and benefits. You can also use the “Know Your Worth” tool to calculate your current market value and search average wages. Also, see what former employees have to say about a company before going in for the interview.
Qapital: To Save More Money
If you’re not great at saving money, then you might find Qapital helpful. It links to your savings account and can transfer money every time you perform a specific task. You can set aside a certain percentage every time you get paid, and get alerts or stop payments when cash is tight.
Nike+ Training Club: For Getting in Shape
Nike+ Training Club takes an adaptive approach to fitness training. Based on your goals and level, it adapts recommended curriculum to better suit your progress. It helps you stay motivated by integrating with social apps, allows you to send a “shoutout” to friends to help them stay motivated and is even available for Apple Watch.
FoodPrint by Nutrino: For a Healthier Diet
Foodprint by Nutrino will highlight foods you need to eat to become healthier in a personalized way. It suggests foods based on personal preferences, or dietary restrictions. Plan your meals and log your food, exercise, and other information. It will even provide a list of nearby restaurants serving correlated food.
Wunderlist: To Get Organized
Wunderlist creates tasks that can be shared with family or friends with time limits, comments, and task-assigning features.
Skyscanner: To Travel More
Travel seekers can use Skyscanner to find great deals, check reviews, compare prices, and book right in the app. You can even search and find a car rental. It’s a comprehensive travel planning app.
Headspace: For Stress Management
If you’re stressed or want to improve focus, Headspace is great! The app will take you through the basics of meditation and track your progress. It also has a buddy system, so you and your friends can keep each other motivated.