Product Hunt Daily Digest
January 3rd, 2018

New year, new apps, new you. 📱🍭
As 2018 gets underway, keeping your new year's resolutions can become increasingly difficult. Luckily, there's an app for just about anything, and some of them don't turn into a real life Black Mirror episode (we're looking at you).

Below are a few products and resources that can help you with your goals.

🙏 Be Healthier

Gyroscope provides a complete overview of your health with cool graphs, visualizations, and useful integrations too. Think of Gyroscope as your body's operating system.

Myfitnesspal is the best calorie counter app around. Millions of people use it daily, and live by it. P.S. If you're looking to make a move, Myfitnesspal is hiring engineers in San Francisco.

Freeletics is the app that will get you in better shape in 2018 through high intensity workouts and custom training plans. Fun fact: the company is based in Munich and is hiring like crazy.

Lose It is another great option. The app lets you track what you eat and get nutritional facts by taking pictures. 🍇 🍲 📸

💰 Get a New Job

January is a popular month for job searching. If you're looking to make a move, 24,000+ technology companies are hiring on AngelList. Apply privately with one application, and see salary and equity upfront.

If you're happy where you're at now, that's great too.

But, if the right opportunity comes around, you'll want to make sure companies know they can reach you (there's a secret status on your AngelList profile that gives them the signal). 👀

Here's how to do it:
• Activate your AngelList Talent Profile
• Set your status to "passive" to show up in search results
• You can also choose "secretly looking" so you can reach out to companies that interest you (without appearing in search results)

If you’re feeling overwhelmed and don’t know where to look, explore these collections of popular job opportunities:

17 Startups Investors Recommend for New Grads

20 YC startups that are aggressively hiring

The 20 Most Competitive Startups of 2017

20 Female Founded Startups to Join in 2018

💻 Learn to Code

Of the many skills one can learn (cooking, painting, GIF-making), learning to code is incredibly useful and it’s not just for engineers. Coding is a language that will become increasingly important to understand, and today it's one of the most sought after skills.

Here are 51 of the best resources for learning to code, including:

Py: Learn to code right from your phone

Quick Code: A curated list of free programming courses

freeCodeCamp: Learn to code by building for nonprofits

Codecademy: The biggest company in the space with 25M users

📚 Read More Books

Two of the most popular Ask Product Hunt threads will fill your literary calendar for the year.

What is your one favorite startup book?

What book do you most often give as a gift?

This book is the most recommended read on both.
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