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SF Chronicle selection today of JUICE as app of the week. Top right feature in Business Reports section D.
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Juice energy tracker now on Android & Windows! - Juice is a fun and easy-to-use energy tracker that helps you connect the dots between your daily routine and your energy. Join the 100K+ iOS users who love the app (4.5 Stars). Download it today!

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Shared by one of our Mindbloom Life Game fans Rona Carmella Basco. Thank you Rona Carmella!

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Juice was the clear winner of the experiment

I asked David Freedman, contributing editor for The Atlantic and author of “The Perfected Self,” a cover story for the magazine on B.F. Skinner-nodding apps, whether I was wrong to expect more pressure. Skinner, you may recall, was a famous psychologist who said people could "condition" or change their behavior in the right environment.

“I think what you've experienced is something that is commonly experienced by anyone who adopts a vaguely Skinnerian program,” he said. “We've been sort of led to believe this is invasive and leads to unpleasant regimentation, that it's controlling, that it eats into our freedom and we become robots.” But on the contrary, “these apps are building on how the brain works and taking it on in a useful and advantageous way. When we're reinforced then we end up feeling pretty comfortable with it. But on the other hand, really, this does come down to the execution,” and not every app will deliver.

— Mashable | Jill Krasny

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"Mindbloom and Mosaic Life Care encourage participants to look at managing their physical health, emotional wellness and total well-being"

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6 Apps You Must Download for Better Health in 2013 - Diets in Review.com

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"When you find yourself constantly tired, turn to Juice, a free app that allows you to monitor your exercise, sleep, mood, energy, and activity levels, all stored in a virtual juice bottle. Weekly reports help you recognize which activities are optimal for your health—and where you could do a little better." ~ Shape.com | Alanna Nuñez

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"Juice goes beyond typical journaling to track what people want more of…energy...The average user will be able to identify what works and doesn't work and get tips on changing the behaviors that zap energy."
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