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Keep your New Year's resolution with new apps

Amarillo, TX - Many people in our area have already come up with resolutions to start the year off right but following through with them isn't all that simple.

That's why technology is trying to help solve that problem.

Every year people make resolutions they end up breaking.

So there are several apps that just came out designed to help you stay on track.

With the new year, comes new resolutions.

"My new years resolution is to find who I am as a person," says Izzy Garza, Amarillo resident.  

"I just noticed that I really want to do more for the community. I just want to help out more like do a lot more for food bank," says Amanda Cutts, Amarillo resident.

"My new years resolution would probably have to be get closer with god," says Warren Herbig, Amarillo resident.

These are just some resolutions people want to stick with this year and now there are new apps to help make that happen.

Within a few minutes and only for a few dollars they can be downloaded and put to use.

Now one application on I-tunes right now is called Resolutions 2012.

All you have to do is plug is your top three resolutions for 2012 and immediately you'll start receiving emails with suggestions and tips on how to change your bad habits.

If you're looking to shed some pounds you can download the daily burn for your iPhone.

It can help you set up a workout plan and count calories.

For Android users there is a weight loss coach that will keep you motivated all year.

It will give you tips on how to eat and exercise the right way.

For smokers looking to kick the habit, the Quitter app on iPhone show you how much money you've saved by not picking up another cigarette.

With several resolution apps on the market, you have a good chance of finding one that can help you throughout the process.

With hard work, determination and a new app, you're sure to make 2012 a good year.

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