Protect Your Bubble Suggests Helpful Apps for Keeping New Year’s Resolutions

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Gadget insurance brand offers tips for apps to use to stay on track in 2013.

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Protect Your Bubble shares a list of apps that can help smartphone users stay on track to keeping their goals.

It’s a New Year and that means many folks have made resolutions for 2013. Protect Your Bubble shares a list of apps that can help smartphone users stay on track to keeping their goals (Source: TechCrunch).

Get in Shape – Now that the first few weeks of dedication to this resolution have passed, this is when it starts getting tough to maintain. However, apps like Fitocracy help to make it easier to manage. Turning fitness into a social media community effort, coupled with some friendly competition, this app makes fitness fun.

Eat Better – It always sounds easier than it actually is. When those cravings start to kick in, it can be quite a willpower struggle. But, knowledge is power. The app, Lose It!, assists users by offering a simple tracking system. Simply record what’s eaten and the app will track the user’s calorie budget. It also shares your progress via social media, so the user doesn’t feel like they’re going at it alone. Knowledge, accountability, and community are a winning combination.

Stop Smoking – This may be one of the hardest things some folks may try to overcome. But positive, encouraging data can be the trick to keep someone on track to beat the addiction. My Last Cigarette app tracks the user’s progress and overall improvements in their health throughout the journey.

Mange Finances – Small changes can yield big results for one’s finances. Mint can help consumers track spending habits over time, by understanding where their money is going, etc. No more financial guessing. Mint provides the right tools needed to manage one’s finances.

These apps are quite useful, until the smartphone or tablet is lost, stolen or broken. In that case, it’s important to ensure that these devices are protected. Mobile gadget insurance brand, Protect Your Bubble, offers affordable and comprehensive smartphone and tablet insurance that provides coverage for unexpected events like theft, accidental damage, loss and breakdowns outside of the manufacturer's warranty period, with 24 hour replacement of the device.

About Protect Your Bubble
Protect Your Bubble is a specialty insurance brand, offering insurance for gadgets, pets and travel - all for today’s modern consumer.

  •     Gadget - Smartphone and tablet insurance covers loss, theft and water damage and consumers will receive a replacement device in 24 hours. Home gadget warranties provide coverage for mechanical breakdown and accidental damage for laptops, game consoles and cameras as well as mechanical breakdown for appliances, televisions, desktop computers, home theater systems and more.
  •     Travel - Plans provide a variety of coverage for single and multi-trip options including cancellation, interruption, medical/dental, baggage, rental car and much more like 24/7 emergency services including, consult a doctor, roadside assistance, restaurant reservations and even set up tee times through their concierge services.
  •     Pet - Plans provide up to 90 percent reimbursement for covered vet charges for eligible accidents, illnesses, hereditary conditions and behavioral treatments and alternative therapies. They allow owners to visit any licensed vet in the country. Additionally, annual deductible options start at $100 which only need to be met once per plan year.

Headquartered in Atlanta, Protect Your Bubble is available online, via mobile app or phone, allowing consumers to understand, buy and, most importantly, protect what enriches their lives. Find Protect Your Bubble USA on Facebook or Twitter (@PYBUSA) or visit protectyourbubble.com for more information or to get a two-minute quote today.

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