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Do you know of a smartphone app that can contribute to Personal Development? Please list it here.

Being an Android-user, the links I provide may in some cases be for Android-versions of the apps, but many may be available for other OS as well.

Here are a few to start with:

Evernote - Cloud-based note-taking.

DuoLingo - For learning new languages in a fun game-related way.

Papyrus - A nice note-taking app, especially if you have a pen for your device.



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Re: Apps - Personal Development -related SmartPhone-apps.
« Reply #1 on: 2013 10 31 - 08:32 »
I use an app called TrackThisForMe to simply keep track and see a graph of my body weight and body-fat percentage.

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Re: Apps - Personal Development -related SmartPhone-apps.
« Reply #2 on: 2015 05 29 - 10:08 »
Trello is great for task and goal management. I like it because its a easy to use interface and multiple people can work off the same lists.

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« Reply #3 on: 2015 07 05 - 18:09 »
Dropbox and Google Notes are also good for using. I particularly use Google Notes for jotting down ideas.

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Re: Apps - Personal Development -related SmartPhone-apps.
« Reply #4 on: 2015 10 01 - 11:41 »

GoalTracker
     

     GoalTracker it's an awesome app for Android devices that can help in managing your goals, follow your progress, set an alarm, gives you stats, graphs and percentage until completion. Probably the best Goal Tracker I've found so far. It's simple and offers a easy interface that's nice to look at. Especially the graph colors, I really love graphs ;D


     Decide on a goal and then type it in the form, chose a category (Finances, Family, Health these are all editable and you can add your own) chose if you want an alarm, then when you want to start, chose a deadline, you can add your own image to the goal, even your own song for the alarm (6 in the morning...The eye of the tiger! TA...ta ta ta, then off you go to the running track all pump't up). And many many other options which I'm sure that you will find useful.

     After you settled your goal and made the settings it's all up to you. The app will ask you "Did you worked towards your goal today?" and give you the options "Yes" or "No". After a while when you enter the app you will see the days in which you are most turned off and lazy and also those in which you give your maximum (on a calendar and also on a graph). In other words this app really helps you understand yourself better in the long term.

Be sure to check it out if you are an achiever. Good luck on your journey and Take care! ;)

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Re: Apps - Personal Development -related SmartPhone-apps.
« Reply #5 on: 2015 10 01 - 11:48 »
Trello is great for task and goal management. I like it because its a easy to use interface and multiple people can work off the same lists.


I really like the idea of "multiple people can work off the same lists." is it cloud based? I mean, If I have the app and you have the app we can both see the one same list and work together on it's completion? This would really come in handy for a Mastermind Group working towards the same goal. Technology is really incredible!