The start of the new year makes you look at your life and try to make a few changes. Such new year’s resolutions are notoriously hard to keep, so let these apps motivate you and keep you on track. Some of these apps will help you figure out what your goals and resolutions should be,

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Google is an inescapable digital entity sewed into nearly every aspect of your life. Whether you want to look up something on the internet, drive to a new destination, or watch that video everyone’s been talking about. While there’s not much you can still do to eliminate Google entirely from your life, there are ways

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What you eat affects how you are. And it’s not your weight alone. Food affects mood, health, and other lifestyle factors. Track what you eat with these food diary apps to discover how food impacts you. It might seem like a pain to track every single thing you eat, from odd snacks to meals. But

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Whether it’s for tax purposes, business expense management, or personal budget interest, holding onto physical receipts is a bit of a hassle and chore. But luckily, with advancements in image recognition and financial apps, you can now keep track of your receipts using your smartphone. From general note-keeping apps with receipt scanning features to dedicated

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Microsoft Word is the standard for many people when creating and editing documents. Depending on how you use Word, you might need to keep track of how much time you spend working in it. Did you know that Word has a hidden feature that tracks how much time you’ve spent working on a document? This

Apple stands out among other companies for its stance on privacy. While Google tracks your every move on your Android phone and Windows 10 is filled with telemetry, using Apple products generally doesn’t require an invasion of your privacy. So you might be surprised to know that in macOS High Sierra, your Mac tracks your

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