If losing weight or eating better is your goal for 2015 then give the app Rise a try.
After all they call themselves the nutritionist in your pocket.
Start on their website, Rise.
US, and fill in the basic information about yourself.
Your motivation for joining.
The type of diet you follow and height and weight.
Then select a licensed nutritionist you'd like to work with.
Once you have your account enter details and photos about your meals.
Then for $10 a week the nutritionist will give you daily personalized feedback on what you are eating.
Lift is another app that can offer one on one coaching to achieve your goals.
Choose from over 200,000 different ones.
Everything from drinking more water, stop smoking, run faster to save money and set priorities for the day.
The AppleHelp prompt reminds you when its time to work on a step.
Its larger community of users will help motivate you by cheering on your accomplishments, and for the price for $15 a week, users can communicate with their coach over chat, additional fees for phone calls.
In San Francisco, I'm Cara Seboy.
CNET dot com for CBS News
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