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Lift, an app that lets you pick from predefined personal goals which you want to transform into habits, has finally landed on the Android platform more than a year after an iPhone app was launched.
The team behind Lift announced in a blog post that the Android version, available for both smartphones and tablets, is a fully functional version of Lift replete with coaching plans, simple goal tracking, community support, and reminders via push notifications.
In June, Lift launched a new Web app that scales across multiple platforms — including desktops and devices like Android and Windows phones — with a responsive design.
➤ Announcing Lift for Android [Lift Blog]
➤ Lift: iOS | Google Play
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