5 best self improvement apps for Android in 2020

Android apps are available in abundance. You can basically think of an app for any need, and you’ll immediately find tons of apps on the Google Play Store. While a majority of the apps are focused on gaming or other fun activities, there are some important apps that everybody needs to have. We’re talking about apps that enhance and improve the way you live your life. Nobody’s perfect, and with this in mind, everybody could do with a handful of self improvement apps to better improve our efficiency, and basically make life a less tiring affair. This could include apps that remind you to take a short walk every now and then, make sure your sitting posture is correct, or simply remind you to have your glass of water to make sure you stay hydrated at all times.

Since we are constantly surrounded by smartphones, it makes sense to leave it to these apps to ensure our health and well being is taken care of. We’re going to talk about a bunch of apps today which will greatly benefit your life. Be sure to have a closer look at each one of them.

Elevate

This app is designed to give your brain a decent workout as it can offer exercises to improve your cognitive skills, math, speaking skills, and more. This isn’t just an app for kids as it can offer significant help to people of any age group. The difficulty level keeps increasing gradually to challenge your brain effectively. The app will no doubt motivate you to keep using it and exercising your brain ever so often. We strongly suggest using this app as it can help you a great deal in several facets of life. There are over 40 games on the app which improve your cognitive function, while also letting you have a bit of fun in the process.

There’s a brain workout calendar which will help you keep a track of your streaks and help you progress further in your goals. The app basically keeps improving your skills overtime, so the more you use it, the better you will be overall. It is an Editor’s Choice app on the Play Store, which means the folks at Google highly recommend users to try it out. The app is free to download, but there are a few in-app purchases on offer. You can make purchases to unlock levels and train your brain even harder.

7 Minute Workout

Once you’ve tried Elevate, we highly recommend trying 7 Minute Workout which offers a decent workout for your body. As you know, keeping both your body and brain healthy is of utmost importance, which is why we recommend using both apps together. As the app name suggests, 7 Minute Workout offers quick and short workout sessions that are just enough to keep your body in shape and healthy. You don’t have to sweat out long hours in the gym to know what a small workout is like. This is designed for those who don’t have a lot of time on their hands and it works perfectly.

The app is based on high intensity circuit training or HICT, which allows you to get the best results even with a shorter span of workout. It can help you lose weight, give you an idea about the number of calories you have lost, and more. As we mentioned above, these exercises can be done practically anywhere, even from the comfort of your home. The utility of an app like this definitely cannot be questioned. It has been downloaded nearly 50 million times which makes it incredibly popular in the marketplace. It’s a free app, but there are ads as well as in-app purchases on board.

Loop

This is a slightly unconventional app compared to the others mentioned on the list here. Loop is a habit tracking app that lets you get notified to build a steady habit. It will send you reminders and notifications for a particular habit you select (ex: reading, writing, walking etc) at a time set by you. Overall, the app is incredibly beneficial to set habits and enhance your life overall. You can also set reminders to wake up early. The app has a dedicated homescreen widget with a calendar view to make sure you’re following the routines correctly.

If there’s some good habit or routine you want to get into, Loop is the app to get. Its user interface is easy to use and it offers a slew of features to make sure you never skip your habits. Detailed graphs and stats give you a very good idea of how you’ve progressed with regards to your habits. Overall, Loop is a pretty amazing app, and we highly recommend everyone to try it out. The app is free to download and there are no in-app purchases here. You will require a smartphone running Android 4.0.3 and up to use this particular app.

Fabulous

Yet another great motivator, Fabulous fills you with motivation to get your schedule or hobbies on track for a healthy life. The app follows a science based algorithm to keep you motivated throughout the process. Features like happiness trainer allows you to unwind and relax for a bit, while exercise reminders will ensure you remain fit. The app follows a step-by-step process to ensure that the users are not getting too drained with tasks. There’s no doubt that the app will have a big impact on practically anyone’s life assuming they follow the procedure accordingly. Over a period of time, users can see how they’ve progressed using the data available within the app. The app is free to download but comes with in-app purchases.

Water Time Pro

As the name suggests, this app keeps reminding you to have water so that you can remain hydrated and fresh. Water is one of the most important parts of our life. But given the lives we lead, sometimes there isn’t time to have sufficient water that is required by a healthy human body. This app helps you remember all the times of the day when you need to drink water. Unsurprisingly, sufficient water consumption can change your life dramatically. By using the app, you can track the amount of water you’ve had over a period of time. You will be required to make a note each time you’ve had water, though. This might be a bit inconvenient if you’re forgetful like me, but it doesn’t take much time to get used to. The app offers in-app purchases, although it can be downloaded for free. This app has ads.