21 & Different iPhone Review
By Brihanna Watson On 8 Dec, 2014 At 04:10 AM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 1 Comment

itunes iconA new year is just around the corner, and with it will be many resolutions to be made. Most resolutions consist of getting rid of bad habits and bettering oneself. Things that are usually easier said than done. With a little help from an app, this year’s resolutions could be your most successful yet.

21 & Different by Western Unlimited wants to help you commit to all of your yearly changes easily by creating and scheduling tasks with alerts to achieve a 21 day commitment. Here is the app’s full description:

21&Different is the ultimate companion in guiding you towards positive, personal transformation! Improve your life and develop valuable skills as you achieve good habit formation through small, daily tasks. Ensure positive, healthy habits and maintain whole life wellness! Take the challenge today!21 and Different image 2

Create 3 simple tasks in each of the following categories of life:
Faith
Relationships
Mentality
Physical
Career
Financial
Interest

Set reminder notifications!

View and share your progress in the challenge daily!

Utilize the Journal to record your thoughts along the journey!

Challenge and encourage others to improve their lives with 21&Different by sharing your progress via social media!

FEATURES:
* Share your 21&Different progress via all social media throughout the challenge
* Save and share your favorite motivational quotes and videos
* Create journal entries to record your transformation progress
* Share your reflection videos and tag #21&Diff

SETTINGS:
* Secure access and your information in the App with a passcode
* Export function allows you to save and send the information in the App via .csv

21 & Different doesn’t just focus on changing one task or aspect to change, but several specific categories with tasks that can be assigned to them. The app then suggests creating three tasks to each category, but keeping them simple and attainable. Registering is suggested but not required, which is nice if you are looking to test things out before deciding to completely commit to the app.

Setting up the tasks was very easy. Click on a category, such as Physical, then Add New Task. There are even some suggestions tasks to choose from like Take a Multi-Vitamin or Eat a Piece of Fruit, common things that could fit your goals but also guidelines for how simple they want your tasks to be. Label your task and add a time for your reminder, along with a description of your task. Hit save and you are good to go. Do this with each category to finish your challenge.

21 & Different isn’t just a task manager either. Along with keeping up with your tasks and progress, there are motivational quotes and videos for the areas you are focusing on as well as a journal to keep notes on your progress. Some of these features will require an upgrade to the premium version however.

Overall, 21 & Different is an original app with great intentions. It is simple to navigate and I love all of the supportive feedback there is within the app in word and video form. There is a genuine feel that it is about wanting change and succeeding doing it. The app is currently free in the App Store and compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

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Brihanna Watson

About - Brihanna has been a tech fanatic and computer nerd nearly all her life. When she isn’t chasing around kids or glued to her iPhone, she is updating app junkies like herself on where to find the latest go-to apps. Brihanna is the creator of the App Junkie column at The Smartphone App Review. You can also follow her on Twitter & Tumblr @brihannajoi

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  1. Nice blog! Thank you for posting it. We are also deal in same field.

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