Top 5 New Year's Resolution Apps

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Hopefully, you don't have any credit card debt. But if you do, Pageonce will keep tabs on how much you owe. If you make investments, Pageonce will keep track of those, too.

It helps having everything on the same page. Use Pageonce to help you meet your finance goals!

The free app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, but requires iOS 4.3 or later. It is also available for Android.

Evernote

Don't just organize your money, organize your life! Evernote is great for that.

Evernote is more than just a traditional to-do list. Sometimes, it's less efficient to jot things down. Use the camera to take picture notes. Use the microphone to record audio notes. Even scan PDFs.

Tag everything to stay organized. Use labels or even geotag things by location.

Although the basic features on the app are free, premium subscribers can access notes offline and share notebooks with friends.

The free app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, but requires iOS 5.0 or later. It is also available for Android.

Pay it Forward

Maybe you're not looking to just improve your life, but also the lives of others. The Pay it Forward app is great for that.

Every day, the app sends you a suggestion for a random act of kindness. It tells me to put a quarter in a meter that is about to expire. (If only somebody would have done that for me, that time in L.A...)

Tomorrow, give a pair of shoes to somebody in need. You can also suggest a deed. Check out the world map and leaderboard to keep tabs on nice things done throughout the world.

Make 2013 a good year...for everyone.

The free app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, but requires iOS 5.0 or later.

--Written by Katie Roof in New York.

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