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OK~ 2015 has kicked off in a fun way and chances are that you or someone you know has a resolution for the New Year. Smartphone users everywhere will be able to increase their chances of achieving their goals to help keep them on track. With today's technology there are no excuses for not staying on task. The iPhone 6 with a few easy to use apps, will have you keeping your New Years resolutions in 2015.
- Saving money is a common theme when it comes to New Years resolutions. The Check app is a free app that allows users to link bills, bank accounts and credit cards. This app then notifies users of when a payment is coming up and even lets users set up automatic payments
- Another common theme in New Years resolutions in 2015 is that people want to see more of their family members. The GroupMe app allows everyone in the family to stay in touch and make plans, no matter where in the country they are located. This app allows users to create several groups in which each member can share events, photos, videos and texts.
- Fitness enthusiasts that resolve to lose weight or get in shape in 2015, will appreciate the Runtastic Six Pack app. This free app allows users to work out from home by creating custom work outs with a virtual personal trainer which will show users the proper way to do exercises.
New Years is a great time to reflect, set goals and decide what you really want to accomplish in 2015. Smartphones and cellular devices are changing how we all stay connected. U.S. Cellular is happy to help people leverage the available technology to enhance and simplify their lives so they can enjoy better moments with family and friends all year long. U.S. Cellular's parent/child agreement is the easiest way to keep up with what's going on with your kids. 2015 looks to be a year of success when it comes to those New Year's resolutions and the fun apps that are available. After All, It's All In a Mom's Day, Right?