Top Self Help Apps For 2019

With self-help apps, your phone can help make you a better person as well as providing a useful communication tool. There are plenty of apps out there that can help you make better choices, change the outlook on your life or coach you to success. Apps can provide you with a discrete tool to help you achieve everything that you want to in life and with many of them can be purchased with a great deal, making them cost-effective. We'll take a look at some of our favourites for 2019 to get you started.

1. Success Psychology

If self-improvement is what you are after then Success Psychology is the app for you. This app is all about positivity. It teaches you to change your thinking, with the idea being that if you think positively then your outcomes will be positive. It also shows you what successful people do and how they behave so that you can pick up some useful habits to use in your everyday life. This is a free app that is available on both iOS and Android, meaning that you can download it straight onto your Galaxy Note 9. There are adverts though, the creators have to make money somehow.

2. Youper

Youper understands that often, it is not lack of motivation or laziness that hold people back in life but that actual mental health issues sometimes get in the way. This is why they use artificial intelligence to monitor your emotional well-being. All you have to do is answer a simple question every day and Youper will provide you with an assessment. They will also create a tailored plan to help get you better and improve your situation. This app is completely free too, you won't find a better deal.

3. Simple Habit Meditation

Meditation is increasingly becoming a method used throughout the world to give people the tools to cope with modern life. A few minutes of concentrated meditation every day can help people control their moods and behaviour and really get through the day in a more productive way. Simple Habit Meditation teaches you how to meditate as well as how to build the practice into your everyday routine. The app is free but you will have to pay to unlock certain modules if you want to progress through the app.

4. Personality Development App

If you are looking for guidance to try and help you make new friends or to influence others, then the Personality Development App might be right for you. This app provides you with tips and articles that are interesting to read to help you really get to work on different aspects of your personality. It also features real-life surveys to help you understand who you are and where you need to improve. This app is free and will require in-app purchases to open up some modules as you get further through your journey.

5. Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is all about understanding why we feel the way we do in certain situations and also understanding the actions of others. It is recognised by many professionals that lack of emotional intelligence can lead to people making poor decisions, which can have repercussions on their lives. The Emotional Intelligence app aims to give you the tools to manage your emotions so that you can improve the way that you think through situations. It aims to help you think more logically and improve your reasoning. It does this by guiding you through topics such as self-help, body language, lifestyle, mental health and much more. This app is free to download but does have adverts that you will need to plough through as you use it.