9 of The Hottest Apps for Achieving Your 2013 Resolutions


New year goals apps

How many of your last year resolutions were you able to actually achieve this year. 2013 is almost here. Businesses and individuals will begin to set goals and new year resolutions respectively. Most new year resolutions are not tracked, and by June you have either forgotten about them or are pursuing something else. In as much as most new year resolutions are about personal self-improvement, your commitments to change your way of life, attitude ethics can have a positive influence on your family, friends and colleagues at work.

Well there are apps that can help you keep focus on your new year goals and resolutions. These productivity apps can remind you of your goals, helping you track them more easily, and providing motivational support as you fulfill your goals in 2013.

1. GoalsOnTrack

Available for iPhone and Android

GoalsOnTrack turns all of your goals into projects, complete with multiple tasks and sub-tasks, deadlines, action plans and progress reports. It offers a set of tools to guide you through a successful goal achieving process, from setting goals, creating action plans, tracking progress, to forming habits and keeping goal journals and finally reaching your goals.

2. 43Things

Available for iPhone

43Things users are setting and achieving goals like “lose weight”, “travel the world”, “write a book”, “be happy”, “run a marathon”, and much more. Now, keep your life list in your pocket with our all new, easy to use application. Track your progress for each goal using the progress tracker and post entries and photos at each step of the way to stay motivated.

3. Workout Trainer

Available for iPhone and Android

If you intend to work out in 2013, you could use this app. This is a free app that shows you various exercises and explains ways to achieve a great workout. It comes with instructional photos, video and audio. Skimble’s Workout Trainer will help you get fit with 1000′s of free multimedia workouts coached by expert personal trainers.

4. Lift

Available for iPhone and Android

Lift helps you overcome complacency by enabling you to declare your habit goals and see when you’re actually making progress on them. It’s also social geared towards goal setting, with habits that you can ”participate in” with other Lift users, such as ”go to gym”, ”talk to at least one stranger” and ”drink more water”. You check into the habit every time, and you can see and comment on everyone else’s check-ins, too.

5. Mint

Available for iPhone and Android

Mint is purposely for setting and tracking personal financial goals. comprehensive money management app that we love is Mint. With a free account, you can track all your expenditures, maintain your budget and stay on top of money matters easily and efficiently in 2013.

6. Evernote

Available for iPhone and Android

You may know Evernote already. It’s a popular productivity app that can help you keep track of all your to-do list in 2013. The Evernote family of products help you remember and act upon ideas, projects and experiences across all the computers, phones and tablets you use.

7. Spending Tracker

Available for iPhone

Spending tracker is another  personalized financial app to plan and follow a budget.  With Spending Tracker you can just enter your income and outgoings into our budget planner to find out where your money goes. You can choose to  track weekly, monthly or yearly.

8. Remember The Milk

Available for iPhone and Android

Remember The Milk is one of the best ways to manage your tasks in 2013.  Take your tasks anywhere.  See tasks located nearby, add and complete tasks on the go, organize upcoming tasks, and sync it all  with the app. Organize the way you want to with priorities, due dates, time estimates, repeating, lists, tags, and more.

9. The Habit Factor

Available for iPhone and Android

The Habit Factor is an app designed for those who grasp the difference between goals and habits. It’s a choice for positive behavior change and habit development. You can share your goals on social sites, add images to goals to help you visualize your success, add comments to each day’s habit tracking to give you added details on each day’s success

 

Choose the app or apps that works for you even as you make your new year resolutions for 2013.