Each new year inadvertently is witness to a new set of resolutions. There are many types of resolutions but getting healthy and saving money are always at the top of the list. There are many apps on both the Android and iOS market to assist in these efforts.
First, you will need a way to record and track your resolutions. For Android users there is an app called Diaro (free, Pro edition available). According to their website it is a used to "record activities, experiences, thoughts and ideas throughout your day and browse diary notes." You can also sync this app with Dropbox, organize with categories and tags and use with 14 different languages. For iOS users there is an app called Day One ($4.99). This app is also a journal where you can record "memories, ideas, events and photos." You can use it with Dropbox or iCloud, use tags and use GPS, Locations and Foursquare Places.
In order to get fit and stay healthy, there a numerous apps available. My Fitness Pal has a free app that works on iOS, Android, Windows Phone 7 and Blackberry. This app works with their website and "comprehensive database of over 2,292,000 foods and restaurant items" to help track your calorie intake. Fitocracy is an iOS app for fitness motivation in the forms of knowledge, tracking and fun.
If part of your plans are to quit smoking you also have apps to help with that. For the iOS there is My Last Cigarette ($0.99). This app has helped thousands stop smoking and may be able to help you too. There is also an Android app called Quit Smoking (free) available from Google play.
Lastly, if you want to work on your finances there is a wonderful app called Mint. This free app works on iOS and Android. The app, like the popular website, is a good way to stay organized, look at your finances, and track budgets.