The debate is over. If you have the right apps, and you know how to use them (and DO use them) they can actually help you improve your life. But which apps are the right apps?
The answer to that question depends on what you want to improve about your life. Some apps work better than others in different areas, and of course, all apps work better when you actually use them as opposed to simply downloading them and slipping them into some folder full of un-used apps.
For example, let's say you want to improve your productivity at work. Consider installing and using ATracker.
If mindfulness is more of your aim, consider downloading and using Headspace.
Technology has long been accused of being the biggest productivity killer. Most people lose countless hours in a day glued to their mobile devices in a constant state of looking down, unless of course they’re taking a selfie. However, the advances in technology and growth of mobile app development has given rise to some incredible apps that can actually help people create balance in their lives by promoting positive physical and mental health, tracking and managing money to avoid financial stress, and protecting the most valuable resource: time.
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