Best Apps For Personal Development

You want to be the best version of yourself–everybody does. You also want to be happy and healthy and successful, and you know that all of those things take hard work. The most productive people that you know probably have a bunch of tricks for success up their sleeves. But what about you? With so many apps out there promising to help you do everything from being more creative to getting better sleep, how do you know what’s going to work?

We’ve put together this list of apps that will help you with your personal development–from mental and physical health to creativity, meditation, and more. Each app has something different to offer, so keep reading to find out which one is right for you!

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Best Apps For Personal Development

Anyone on the self-development journey knows it’s an ongoing, often topsy turvy, road. We rarely get to the point where we feel ‘finished’ and this is the point, we are always a work in progress. This shouldn’t make you feel despondent, but instead excited about the possibilities.

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There are many ways we can look at personal development, from hiring coaches and other professionals to help guide us, to delving into the world of self-help. Thanks to the development of apps, many of us can walk around with support and guidance in our pockets.

While apps may not be the same as getting tailored, one-to-one support, they can offer a lot of help. Here we look at some of our favourites, from apps that help you sleep to apps that gamify your goals.

  1. Insight timer
    Many of us know by now the benefits of meditation for both our mental and physical health. Offering us a chance to be quiet, still and gain some distance from our thoughts, meditation is a habit all of us can benefit from.

Making this habit easier to maintain is Insight timer, an app with over 45,000 guided meditations as well as well-being talks and music. Choose depending on your mood and if you want access to exclusive content (including courses) you can sign up to their member plus subscription (£55.99 a year).

  1. Remente
    If you’re looking for a holistic app that covers tasks, routines, goals and habits, try Remente. Use their interactive tool to see how balanced your life is and pick different areas to focus on. Set goals and reflect on your feelings in the journal section and mood tracker. Offering in-app purchases you can take things further and enrol in courses to manage stress, sleep, relationships, increase productivity and be more mindful.
  2. Focus timer
    Finding it tough to concentrate? Try the Pomodoro technique where you focus on one task for 25 minutes, take a short break and focus again for 25 minutes. This much-loved technique is recommended by productivity experts around the world and Focus timer is an app to help you on your way. Sending you gentle notifications to let you know when your focus session is done and when it’s time to get back to work, we love the simplicity of this app.
  3. Habitica
    The app that gamifies your life, Habitica offers your avatar rewards and punishments to help you stay motivated in achieving your goals. Track and manage your habits, level up your avatar by staying on track and enjoy fun rewards like battle armour, mysterious pets, magic skills, and even quests! If you’re already a gamer, this will suit you to a tee.
  4. Simplemind+
    If you’re partial to a mind map for helping you organise your thoughts and create new ideas, you’ll love Simplemind+. Allowing you to create mind maps on the app and synchronise across devices, you’ll always have space for creativity and access to your mind maps.
  5. Lumosity
    If part of your self-development plan involves brain training to sharpen your memory and problem-solving skills – try Lumosity. Using scientifically-validated tasks and turning them into fun games, this app will offer valuable insight and even adapts to your unique strengths and weaknesses.
  6. Sleep Town
    Does your sleep suffer due to your late-night scrolling habits? You’re totally not alone, and Sleep Town may be the app to help you break the habit. Set yourself bedtime and wake-up goals every day and if you manage to put your phone down and achieve your goals, you’ll construct amazing buildings in the app. Every morning the building you create will be a fun surprise to keep you motivated and keep building!
  7. Happiful
    Looking for easy access to a network of health and well-being professionals as well as inspiring articles to support your personal growth? Happiful has you covered. Search for a professional in your area, find a local support group, read articles or read our monthly magazine for free all in one place.

apps for self improvement

When it comes to thoughts of self-improvement around this time of year, tell me if this is a familiar sequence of statements:

December: “Ah, the holiday season. The last hurrah before diet time, am I right?”
January: “New year, new me. Look out, 2022… Here. I. Come.”
Still January: “Life is hard.”

If it sounds like something you’re already going through, don’t feel bad. This says only 9% are successful in achieving their resolutions.

What’s the issue and how do we improve?
Well, life is in fact very hard. We have priorities. We have needs. Food tastes good. Working out is a commitment.

What could help?

You’ve heard the saying “out of sight, out of mind,” right? So, then do the opposite.

Meaning first, put your resolutions out there for others to see. Tell your friends your goals, update your family on progress, etc. These are great first steps in your journey towards staying motivated for the new year, and achieving that “new you” you so badly covet.

Why? This holds you accountable. How? Because the only thing worse than failing your resolutions is telling anyone willing to listen about your lofty goals one week, and then completely going off the rails the next. You’ll be seen as crying wolf, making it all the more difficult to earn support in the future.

Second, do whatever you can to keep resolutions top of mind – throughout your day – rather than only thinking about them in times of vulnerability.

For instance, it’s tough to turn down pizza when you’re starving, and it’s tough to get up in the morning for the gym when you’re tired.

But instead, if you’re using an app to track your calories during the day, you’re mentally setting yourself up to know you only have 500 of them left for dinner—taking pizza completely out of the question before you even have time to consider it. Likewise, if you’re tracking your sleep habits and buying into daily progress, you’re more likely to go to bed at 10PM instead of Netflix-binging past midnight.

What I’m really saying is, you don’t have to be part of the 9%! First, set a goal, then tell people about it, and last, find a helpful app to keep you on pace.

The first two steps are easy, and we are here to assist with the third.

With a suite of worthy mobile apps just begging to be downloaded, you’ll soon be on your way to eating healthier, reading more, exercising regularly, and/or picking up a new passion, goal, or even career.

Let technology make your life easier in 2022.

Self-Improvement Apps
MyFitnessPal (to eat healthier)
Couch to 5K (to get active) (to become more organized)
Headspace (to be “present” more)
DietBet (to lose weight)
Skillshare (to find a new hobby)
Strides (to achieve a specific goal)
SimpleHabit (to meditate)
Indeed (to find a new job)
Mint (to save more money)
Super Food (to eat a healthier diet)
Scribd (to read more)
Babbel (to learn a new language)
Glassdoor (to research new opportunities)
Work and Rest (to remember to take breaks)
Share the Meal (to fight world hunger)
The Week (to stay informed)
bPunctual (to be on time)
Daily Water Tracker (to stay hydrated)
HabitBull (to quit a bad habit)
Endel (to get better sleep)
New Year’s Resolution Tracker (to track resolutions)
MyFitnessPal (iOS & Android)
If you want to eat healthier, you must first understand what you’re currently consuming. MyFitnessPal tracks daily meals and snacks to help you reach your goals. You can record exercise activities, track daily/monthly progress, see a breakdown of the day’s nutrition, and set measurable goals. (Warning, you’ll be shocked at how much sodium is in basically everything.) Download: iOS or Android

Couch to 5k (iOS & Android)
Experts say the best way to achieve a goal is to break it down into smaller steps. That’s just what this app does! With Couch to 5k ($2.99), anyone – yes, anyone – can train to run a 5k. You start small (think alternating rounds of jogging and walking) with thrice-weekly workouts that last about 30 minutes. By the end of the nine-week plan, you’ll be jogging through the finish line. Download: iOS or Android (iOS & Android)
Track your tasks, and then get them done. With (free), you can add reminders, notes, and files that are accessible on all devices—meaning you can manage your to-do list from home or on-the-go. The clean and simple interface makes it easy to get started, which is one of the hardest parts of completing any goal. Premium plans are available. Download: iOS or Android

Headspace (iOS & Android)
According to the app, “headspace is a gym membership for your mind.” In reality, it offers guided meditations that last ten minutes; perfect for busy parents. The app is lauded for helping reduce stress and anxiety while improving creativity and focus—all benefits of meditation. After completing Take10, the beginner’s course, you can upgrade to a paid plan. Download: iOS or Android

DietBet (iOS & Android)
You can tell what a person loves by looking where they spend their money. DietBet uses money to motivate people to make healthy decisions. The concept is simple: bet money on how much weight you think you can lose, and get paid for meeting your goals. According to the app, “96% of players lose weight, and winners take home an average of $58!” I like those odds. Download: iOS or Android

Skillshare (iOS & Android)
With literally thousands of classes on everything from using Photoshop to designing T-shirts to painting a cow with acrylics (yes, really), Skillshare makes it easy to discover a new hobby or brush up on old skills. Watch classes via the app for on-the-go inspiration. While some classes are offered for free, you can upgrade to monthly or annual plans for complete access. Download: iOS or Android

Strides (iOS)
Perhaps this will be the year you finally travel to Iceland to see the northern lights. Or the year when you finally learn to change your own tires. Whatever your goal is, you can achieve it with Strides (free). Track goals and habits, review your progress in the form of fancy graphs, and accomplish anything you’ve set out to do. Users especially love the application’s clean, user-friendly appearance. Download: iOS

SimpleHabit (iOS & Android)
SimpleHabit, the self-proclaimed meditation app for busy people, offers free, five-minute exercises that are easy to squeeze into tight schedules. Designed by meditation experts, the app contains a range of meditation and mindfulness resources. Users can select from a variety of situations, moods, and times of day for customized guided meditations. Download: iOS or Android

Indeed Job Search (iOS & Android)
Among the many different job search apps, we recommend Indeed’s entry simply because it boasts the most comprehensive search engine for jobs. Browse local gigs, and apply with your Indeed Resume if a specific job catches your interest. Now if only there was an app to walk you through the interview… Download: iOS or Android

Mint (iOS & Android)
Money might not grow on trees, but the fact that Mint costs absolutely nothing means there’s still good in the world. Seriously though, there are few tools as robust and simple to use as Mint. Log into the app to see your current financial snapshot, create and manage budgets, track savings goals, and ensure the water bill gets paid. Backed by Intuit, Mint is the real deal. Download: iOS or Android

Scribd (iOS & Android)
For those seeking a more literary 2022, Scribd is a great app and subscription service for books, magazines, newspapers, and audio content. Scribd has content for every reading and listening preference with a wide selection to choose from. With Scribd, it’s never been easier to get your hands on your next great read! Download: iOS or Android

Babbel (iOS & Android)
New year, new language! This platform provides expert, interactive language learning curriculum designed to fit into your day. Choose from dozens of languages and embrace the joy of learning something new or building on those rusty high school skills! Download: iOS or Android

HabitBull (iOS)
According to Lifehacker, HabitBull “packs all [habit-building tricks] in a gorgeous, free, cross-platform app.” Use the mobile application to track goals (and habits you want to quit), set up notifications, and participate on the forums. View your progress in handy graphs that motivate you to keep moving forward. Download: iOS

Work and Rest (Android)
In these crazy times, knowing when to hit the pause button is more important than ever. Now, remembering to actually do that is a lot easier said than done! The Work and Rest app is a useful way to build in daily reminders to step away from screens, your to-do list, or whatever else stands in the way of helping your brain take five (or 30, or whatever you need!) Download Android.

Share the Meal (iOS and Android)
This app makes it easy to help end world hunger. For 80 cents per day, Share The Meal supports communities around the world through the UN World Food Programme. Download: iOS or Android

Super Food (iOS and Android)
Not all food-related goals are tied to weight loss! Sometimes, it’s just about making healthier choices for energy, longevity, and the countless other holistic benefits of nutritious eating habits. Super Food helps users find great recipes, ingredients, and the other essentials for a healthy diet. Download: iOS or Android

The Week (Android)
If you’re looking to keep up with current events without getting inundated with headlines, The Week might just be the right addition to your phone. This app summarizes the biggest stories of – you guessed it – the week from a variety of sources and perspectives. Download: Android

bPunctual (launches soon!)
Find yourself perpetually running 15 minutes late? bPunctual can help with that timeliness New Year’s resolution!

Glassdoor (iOS and Android)
An excellent repository of information and resources, Glassdoor is a must-have for those looking to switch things up in their careers. Unlike many other job-hunting sites, Glassdoor paints a picture of what it’s actually like to work at an organization with testimonials from current and former employees. Download: iOS or Android

Daily Water Tracker (iOS and Android)
Stronger immune systems, better sleep, more oxygen pumping through the body: the benefits of being well hydrated go on and on. But there’s no denying that it’s easy to let drinking water fall by the wayside of a busy schedule. This app will help you remember to stay hydrated and make it easier to reap all those amazing benefits. Download: iOS or Android

Endel (iOS & Android)
Sometimes, a good night’s sleep can feel more valuable than gold. Endel offers tools, resources, and exercises designed to help get better sleep, increase focus, and generally find a moment to chill in a hectic world. With Endel, everything from plane rides to a 10-minute break during the workday can become more peaceful. Download: iOS or Android

New Year’s Resolution Tracker (iOS)
Yep, it’s exactly what it sounds like. This highly-rated app will help you track, customize, and reflect on your road to success. As one user noted, this tracker is an excellent “accountability partner” and opportunity to make progress in a way that’s authentic to you. Download: iOS

If your resolution isn’t listed here, don’t let that stop you—there really is an app for everything.

But with that little nugget said, there is always a better way to build a mousetrap.

If you have a child who is interested in developing mobile applications, be sure to check out our various online classes in coding and summer tech camps, including Java, Python, and more.

Students can build full iPhone and Android applications, design menus and interfaces for mobile games, test and debug applications, and learn HTML, and how CSS, and JavaScript can be used to create apps.


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