App We Love – New Year Resolution 2020
Written By - The Young Vision Ambassador, Viraj Pathania, Dubai.
“You may be whatever you resolve to be. Determine to be something in the world, and you will be something. “I cannot,” never accomplished anything; “I will try,” has wrought wonders.”
Grid Diary (iOS & Android)
Grid Diary helps you in your personal growth. It is like your Personal Journal but virtual. It helps you change your life and make you realise your dreams by recording your mood, helping you develop good habits, improving your productivity, managing your stress, and much more.
Personal Capital (iOS & Android)
Personal Capital is an app that helps you monitor your money with its investment tracker. It is a smart way to track and manage your personal finance. With this app, you can manage all your accounts in one place including your bank accounts, retirement funds, stock accounts, and your investments. They have award-winning tools like the Retirement Planner, a talk to a financial advisor tool, or you can even get a personalised plan for your retirement.
Any.Do (iOS & Android)
Any.Do is a to-do and task list app that simple yet powerful enough to help you in your daily life. It seamlessly syncs between your mobile, desktop, web and tablet. It always gives reminders for a scheduled time. An all-in-one app for getting your things done.
Cardiogram (iOS & Android)
Cardiogram is an app that helps in maintaining your heart’s health. It is compatible with Apple Watch, FitBit, Garmin, and Wear OS by Google Devices with a heart rate sensor. It will help you with staying fit throughout the year. You can build a profile to share health data with medical researchers and contribute to studies on abnormal heart rhythms like atrial fibrillation, heart failure, and more.
New Year’s Resolutions Tracker (iOS)
This is the perfect app for your New Year Resolution. It will track your daily, weekly and monthly progress with the help of graphs and calendars. You can easily set reminder notifications to help you stay on track. You can also use an optional passcode to protect your resolutions if you want to.