Five apps to help you keep your New Year’s resolution in 2015

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New Year, new you. Yes, it’s a little cliché, but the start of a new year is a time to start fresh. That means making New Year’s resolutions.

Among the top resolutions: Losing weight and managing money. Here are a few smartphone apps to help you meet those goals.

Mint: From creating budgets to receiving alerts for unusual purchases, Mint is a one-stop-shop for finances on your phone. The free app also provides free credit scores.

Level Money: This app calls itself “the mobile money meter.” Available for those who use the top banks in the U.S., Level Money offers a real-time look at your purchases each day and keeps track of spendable cash.

RunKeeper: This app helps you track distance, weight loss and training goals. Users like they can share their achievements with friends to increase accountability.

Lose it!: According to Lose It!, it’s helped people lose more than 36 million pounds. The app allows you to enter the foods you eat just by searches, then tracks your calorie intake with your weight-loss goals.

HealthyOut: Love going out to eat, but worried about staying within your diet? HealthyOut has you covered. Available in more than 500 cities, users can search by low carb, low fat, paleo and more to find a restaurant that fits their needs.

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