WEB & TECH / APR. 01, 2015
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6 Bad Habits You Can Quit Using Apps

Did you know that mobile apps can help you break your bad habits? Apart from making your communication with other people simpler and allowing you to download your favourite games on your mobile or tablet, apps can also make your life a lot easier and healthier! If you are a smoker or an over spender apparently the only thing you need is an app that can help you control your addiction!

Check out which 6 bad habits can be monitored using apps:

See Also: How Can Quitting Smoking Boost Your Career?

1. Smoking

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As one of the most addictive habits, smoking can be difficult to quit. It’s not, however, impossible. If you really want to kick this habit and think you have tried everything these two apps might be able to help you out:

Quit It: is an iOS app that is free which can help you quit smoking reminding you the benefits of being a non-smoker. Quit It tells you how much money you are saving when you are not buying cigarettes as well as counts how many you have managed to not smoke.

Kwit: the app is also free and available on iOS and Android. Kwit helps you break your smoking habit through a game that offers 28 levels and ranks that describes your progress. It also has motivational cards to help you keep going.

2. Not Exercising

 

No matter how hard you try you just don’t have the motivation to go to the gym. How do you get rid of this bad habit? Try out Nexercise, the iOS and Android app that allows you to monitor your exercise, giving you daily rewards and sharing your achievements with your friends through the game! 



3. Overspending

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If you think you are spending more money than you should on a daily or weekly basis, Level Money is the app for you as it allows you to stay on budget without having to spend a cent more than what you have available. It allows you to check how much money you are spending by logging in purchases you make every day and making plans on paying your monthly bills. 



4. Eating Fast Food

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Eating too much junk food certainly doesn’t help you stay fit or healthy! Fooducate, the iOS and Android free app can help you control what you are eating by tracking your food intake and the calories each food has before you eat it. This great app allows you to scan the barcode of products to check their nutrition details and help you eat healthier!

5. Biting Your Nails

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Is there no limit to what technology can do? It seems not with this $5.99 iOS app that can help you break your bad habit of biting your nails. Stop Nail Biting uses a recorded hypnosis audio and a photo diary that allows you to post photos of your progress!

6. Procrastinating

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Have you been putting off things lately? With just $0.99, Yelling Mom can help you organise your life and work better as it allows you to add things you need to do every day on a big to-do list that helps you stay on track. Just like your mom, the app also has reminders and deadlines to make sure that you complete your tasks!

If you want to get rid of any of these bad habits, make sure that you download these apps to prevent you from repeating these very unhelpful routines.

See Also: How to Stop Bad Habits When You’re Unemployed

Are you suffering from any of these habits? Which app do you think will work for you best? Let us know in the comment section below…

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