These are the Apps to HAPP(INESS)

Your smart­phone is your new diet, fit­ness, health, and life coach. Free clicks away! By @meherbee

Cosmopolitan (India) - - YOU, YOU, YOU -

Pe­riod Diary

Can’t keep track of your cy­cle? Pe­riod Diary is a unique tracker for your pe­riod, which helps track your next cy­cle, ovu­la­tion, fer­til­ity, moods, and weight. Bonus: it’s pass­word pro­tected, in­cred­i­bly sim­ple to use, and has a su­per-cute de­sign.

MyFit­nessPal

Jeans get­ting a lit­tle snug? MyFit­nessPal is your new BFF. It has over two mil­lion foods in its data­base to help you ID the num­ber of calo­ries in al­most ev­ery­thing. It also keeps you on track by log­ging ex­er­cise ses­sions while chart­ing your progress.

SleepBot

SleepBot tracks and mea­sures how well you sleep, to wake you up when you’re sleep­ing the light­est. It also tracks move­ment overnight, auto-record­ing so you can hear whether you snore or if you’re hav­ing breath­ing prob­lems.

EyeXam

Vi­sion feel­ing strange? EyeXam tests your eyes for 20/20 vi­sion, colour blind­ness and eye dom­i­nance, and will tell you whether it’s time to get yourself a pair of specs. Al­ways con­sult an eye specialist if you’re con­cerned about your eye health. p s

Run­Keeper

They call it a ‘per­sonal trainer in your pocket’ be­cause it tracks walks and runs (and bike rides too!) to show speed, time, and to­tal dis­tance trav­elled. Run­Keeper is also a great mo­ti­va­tor—it no­ti­fies you when you have a new per­sonal best.

Hap­pyHabits

HH uses cog­ni­tive be­havioural ther­apy (CBT) to make you a hap­pier, kinder, more pos­i­tive per­son by giv­ing you a daily list of ac­tiv­i­ties that have been proven to im­prove moods. It also lets you keep a hap­pi­ness jour­nal.

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