5 apps to (finally) save your good resolutions

iPhones are packed with all kinds of apps, but some can help us keep our good resolutions.

The turn of the new year is often the time to launch resolutions and goals for the next 12 months. While most of these ideas are abandoned by the end of January, our iPhones are full of apps that help us keep those goals in mind and eventually achieve them.

There are millions of apps in the App Store, and many offer the same service. It’s hard to know which one to choose. Here are the five best iOS apps to start 2023 with.

Strava: get in shape

Strava is the go-to app when it comes to running or cycling. Used by millions of people, it lets you log your rides and track your progress. With its paid offering, Strava allows you to access more data, such as different heart zones.

© Strava/AppStore

This easy-to-use app has a “community” tab that lets you join clubs and track your friends’ progress. The app will be the companion of choice for all those who want to enter the sport this year 2023.

You can download Strava to your iPhone by clicking this link.

Yucca: for a healthier plate

Yuka is a must on iPhone. Already used by millions of people in France, the app scans barcodes and assesses the product’s impact on the user’s health. Preservatives, nutrients, so much information is scanned.

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© Yuka

Yuka now works with food products as well as cosmetics. The database is regularly updated. It recommends the best products for users’ health with a simple color code from green to red. An important thing to take care of your health.

You can download Yuka to your iPhone by clicking this link.

Get out now! : quit smoking (for good)

In France, 66,000 people die prematurely every year from tobacco. A number that is slowly decreasing as the risks around smoking are now better known. With QuitNow, the user starts the countdown. He will be informed of the money saved from the moment he quits smoking, as well as the benefits of this cessation for his body.

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© Qutinow/App Store

As with Strava, the app relies heavily on the community aspect to maintain the original motivation. QuitNow brings ex-smokers together to help each other. With a simple welcome screen, the app allows users to remember why they want to quit smoking.

You can download QuitNow on your iPhone by clicking this link.

QuitVap is also available for people who use e-cigarettes, a variant of the QuitNow app. You can download it with this link.

Bankin: Scrooge’s dream app

It is a deposit management software of the bank. The commonly used large tables are replaced here with graphs and pie charts to allow the user to understand how their budget is allocated. The app helps in both saving and investing money.

© Bank / App Store
© Bank / App Store

It offers advice on the best savings solutions available, as well as investment opportunities that are always at risk. Like other solutions, it offers cashback offers with partner brands.

You can download Bankin on your iPhone by clicking this link.

SleepWatch: for better sleep

45% of 25-45 year olds suffer from chronic lack of sleep. To learn how to sleep again, the SleepWatch app analyzes the user’s sleep in depth. An iOS app paired with the Apple Watch tracks heart rate and sleep cycles.

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© Sleep Clock

This data is analyzed after waking up to provide advice to the user. He is presented with several plans to have better nights. Sleeping well doesn’t necessarily require sleeping more, and little reflexes can quickly make a difference.

You can download Sleepwatch for iPhone by clicking this link.

iPhone: millions of apps to discover

These five programs presented above can be useful for you in the coming weeks to maintain your good decisions over time.

If you can’t find what you’re looking for in these apps, we can recommend Runtastic, the Adidas app for getting back into the sport. To find time to decompress, Mon Petit BamBou can quickly become indispensable. Finally, using an app like Cafeyn can be a way to stay better informed on a daily basis.

If, despite all these appeals, you can’t keep your good resolutions, know that this is the case for 85% of French people every year.

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