DENVER (CBS4)– New Year’s Resolutions can be tricky to keep track of but now there’s an app for that.

Out with the old habits and in with the new. The new year often brings promises to make changes but sticking with those resolutions just got a lot easier thanks to the latest digital technology.

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Fitness often tops the list of New Year’s Resolutions and an app like RunKeeper can keep track of time and distance either walked or run.

If a race is the goal for 2013, the Couch to 5K app takes aspiring runners through a training program beginning with walking and jogging and working up to that 3.1 miles.

(credit: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

(credit: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

If healthy eating is on your plate, apps like Fitness Pal and Lose It help calculate daily calorie counts for thousands of items including brand names and restaurant food.

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Healthy Out is aimed at calorie conscious diners who want the skinny on which nearby establishments offer items that fit in with special diets like low carb, paleo and vegan.

For financial resolutions try Mint for those who want to keep banking, credit card information and bill pay all in one place. The Level Money app helps users stay on budget by acting as a simple spending meter that starts at the first of the month and subtracts each transaction while counting down available funds.


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New Year’s Resolutions Apps