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Three Android apps to help you stick to your New Year’s resolutions

We are now well and truly into 2012 and for many of us, the New Year’s resolution promises we made to ourselves will have faded into obscurity.

Whether you had promised to stay healthy, get fit, or stop spending so much, statistics show that you will have given up by now.

For some dedicated people, this will not be the case and they will have reached their New Year’s target by the summer. But for the rest of us normal people, it is a little easier said than done.

But luckily, the world of technology is here to help! Here is our pick of the best Android apps to help you see that New Year’s resolution through to the bitter end.

Calorie Counter PRO MyNet Diary

Still feeling the effects of the festive season, and want to embark on a life changing and body shaping diet to make 2012 a year to remember?

With 40 screens and a database of more than 416,000 foods, the Calorie Counter PRO app gives information on everything you need to stick to your diet.

So you’ll be able to count those calories and find out whether the diet you’re on is just a fad or the real deal.

Runtastic GPS Coach

Running is a great way to get fit, lose weight, and generally get into shape. And the Runtastic app will help you every step of the way.

Before you start, enter your current weight and desired weight and the app will give you a range of stats after each run.

Running not your thing? Fear not, the Runtastic app can be changed to a different sport at the touch of a button, including cycling and even skiing.

Money Manager

The term ‘financial downturn’ has become something of a cliché these days, but pretty much everyone has been affected in some way.

So if your New Year’s resolution is to save as much money as possible, then the Money Manager app is for you.

Separating your funds into money-in and money-out, this app will create easy-to-understand graphs and charts to help you with your finances.


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