New apps help users stick to New Year's resolution
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Some new apps can help Smartphone users stick to their goals for 2013.
Two popular resolutions are to get fit, and to eat healthier.
An app called the HealthTap connects users online with local doctors who can answer health questions.
It allows users to work with a doctor to achieve their goals.
"People ask about healthy living. How can they be proactive about their health? Thinking about things like nutrition, better eating, reducing some stress -- especially around the holidays -- sleeping a little bit better," said Ron Gutman, CEO of HealthTap.
For those looking to get a bit more organized in the New Year, an app called Brewster consolidates your contacts into one high-tech address book.