Almost all of us start our new year with New Year resolutions, well that is something different that fewer stick to them.

Most popular resolutions include losing weight and exercising more – A better person, physically.

TechCrunch reviewed apps that are created to help people stay on track with these plans. Here are a few that will help you remain focused throughout 2018.

8fit

Looking for a diet and fitness app? Check out 8fit! Whether you want to “lose fat” or “gain muscle mass,” 8fit lets you track specific fitness goals. There are many workout videos available, including Yoga and Tabata. You can also log exercises and sync steps with Apple Health. 8fit additionally has a diet section, for controlling what you eat. The app is available for both Android and iOS. Users are charged $5 for Pro version.

Done

Done helps you get your resolutions done. It lets you set your own goals and reminders. You can also have a review of your progress. The app is absolutely free and is available on iOS.

ShareTheMeal

Looking forward to doing something different this time? Why not make your share in helping others? ShareTheMeal is an app created by the United Nations World Food Programme to help children in poverty. For just 50 cents, the app will let you feed a child for a day. Or for $15, you can feed the child for a month. Over 18 million meals have been donated so far. The app itself is free and available on both iOS and Android.

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