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There's an App for THAT?! - Personal Organization Edition


There's an app for THAT?! Yes, there is. This week's roundup of cool apps are focused on getting you organized and staying on-track. Ranging from personal banking to personal fitness, all of these apps are sure to make your life a little bit easier. Take a look at the tweets below, we are sure you'll find something useful in there!


#1: Mint helps you to manage your finances, create budgets, set bill reminders, and a whole lot more. It's a great idea for anyone wanting to view all of their financial information and bank accounts in one place.

#2: Pocket is a super cool app that lets you bookmark links or videos and organizes them in an intuitive manner to read. You can even read them later offline, with no internet connection! Great for business trips or when you're on the road.

#3: MyFitnessPal is an app that helps you to keep track of your nutrition, food intake, and exercise. The best part is that it automatically syncs with all of your other fitness devices too, such as Fitbit, Jawbone, and more!

#4: Meetup is a great idea for anyone looking to network, find things to do, or make new friends. Available in virtually every city, the app lets you browse some of the happenings and get involved in anything from charity work to sports outings.

#5: Evernote makes it easy to remember everything you need - from business notes to your grocery list - compatible across all devices and synchronizes automatically. Never lose another post-it note again!

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