Made a few New Year's Resolutions? Don't panic if you're finding it tough to stick to them.
Just download these neat apps to stick to your goals and you're set! Well, you're not set, but it definitely makes things easier.
Kwit smoking with this app
Decided to stop smoking for the New Year? Then this rather cool app is worth downloading to keep track of your journey.
Kwit keeps a handy set of statistics about your non-smoking endeavours, such as days since your last puff, money saved and number of cigarettes not smoked. The only downside is that Rands aren't supported in the app, but you could just use another currency instead.
22Seven for your personal finance
Many South Africans are using this tool to track their spending habits, so why not get in on the action too?
The app tracks your spending habits and automatically budgets for you based on your spending - not bad at all. But you can also take the power back and create your own budget if you wish.
Get a Couch to 5K app
There are a variety of Couch to 5K apps out there, so what does this mean then?
Well, Couch to 5K apps deliver a programme designed to get you off the couch and eventually running five kilometres (no surprises there). A great app for those who've been neglecting their fitness for a long time.
Learn a new language
We've covered Duolingo before, but it's definitely one of the best apps around if you want to learn a new language.
The app delivers a variety of exercises at various skill levels, supporting English, Spanish, French, German, Swedish, Italian and more. Now, if only they covered Xhosa...
Get more sleep via an app
Need to get more shuteye in 2016? Then consider downloading one of many sleep-focused apps to your phone.
Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock is one of the better apps, using your phone's accelerometer and alarm to wake you up when you're in the lightest sleep phase. This way, you should feel more refreshed.
Block distracting apps
Find yourself spending far too much time on WhatsApp and Facebook at work? Or maybe you're checking work mail on your off days? You'll want to download AppBlock then.
AppBlock, as the name suggests, allows you to block certain apps from running. The application even lets you set days and times for the blocks to take place, requiring a PIN code to lift the block.
AppBlock is free for Android users.