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Looking for some help this year on holding true to your New Year's resolution? Odds are there is an Android app to help you keep up with -- and stick to your resolution. Hit the break to see a few we picked up.

PageOnce

PageOnce

Most of us could use a little help to keep our finances in order. Maybe it's being reminded of when a bill is due or checking an outstanding balance. But managing multiple log-ins can be quite a pain. PageOnce is a free application that allows you to input all of your financial accounts, bank, credit, investment and even your bills like cable and phone as well and once you input the information once that is it. The application will remind you of when a bill needs to be paid, allow you to make a payment, and keep your balances at your finger tips at all times. Take the next step in getting your finances together, try it out today! 

Pure Calendar Widget

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Trying to keep up with a busy schedule can be rather difficult with meetings to attend, conference calls, meeting up with old friends and so much more in everyday life. And without proper organization, it's extremely easy to miss something. Adding tasks to your calendar is a great way to keep organized, but how many times a day do you open your calendar application to view the tasks? Pure Calendar widget allows you to take your tasks and display them on your home screen, with the option to scroll through to see what is coming up. In addition to showing your calendar events, it syncs with tasks apps like Astrid, gTasks and many others, ensuring that you don't miss a thing. Your productivity will thank you for spending the $1.99.

RunKeeper

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We all want to be a little healthier and live a little longer, right? RunKeeper allows you to track your routes, keep track of your times, check your pace and much more all from within the application. The application provides audio cues and allows for customized interval work outs, giving a source of motivation right from your pocket. Being able to go back and see your progress over the time helps show the growth and keep motivation high. It's free, give it a shot, what do you have to lose besides the pounds?

WorldMate

WorldMate

Decided that this year is the year in which you are taking some time to yourself and going to travel to places you have yet to see? One very important part about preparing for any flight is organization and making sure that all your flight arrangements are properly made and that you know what they are. WorldMate is a free yet extremely powerful application that not only stores your flight information but it also allows you to book flights, rental cars, hotel accomodations and more right from the application. Keeping yourself reminded of the information is quite simple, you can add a widget to your home screen or add it to your notification bar so it is always right there for you.

Documents to Go

Docs to Go

Odds are that you aren't always in the office to edit that document, fix a formula, or view last minute changes on the Power Point before the big meeting the next day and you need to do it while on the go. Documents to Go offers a great experience where you can create, view and edit documents while on a train, plane, or anywhere else you need to while on the go. With Google Docs support, desktop sync and a boatload of other features included the application delivers an abundance of features for the price tag. There is a free trial of the application for you to check out, and if you are interested in having all the features you will want to check out the premium license while it is on sale for 50 percent off.

 
There are 6 comments

Ep3n3wp says:

Thanks just bought pure calendar widget and dl page once, also today I downloaded and used Endomondo from market to track running and workouts, seems like it has a lot of features. Check it out.

dacp283 says:

Dunno if I trust all my info such as banking with an app that doesn't come from my bank

sjenkins1009 says:

Been using Pageonce for about aslong as i have been an android user, bout 3 years... and while i had doubts initially it is an amzazing app that does more than my bank could ever do for me. While i still use my bank app for my bill pay and balance transfers, Pageonce keeps me up to date on ensuring when my bills are due, and what my available credit is in comparison to my other cards. Strongly reccomend.

bladerunn3r says:

Same here. I've been using it for 2 or 3 years - first got it on blackberry. So it's not an app that hasn't been time tested (if that amount of time means anything). It's one of the most impressive apps I've ever seen - though I forget check it most of the time !!

xarophti says:

I don't think I could survive without Documents to Go.

IAmSixNine says:

@dcap283 I have been using pageonce for a few years. Bank acct, eBay, dish network and sprint are all signed in with it. No issues so far.