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  • Headspace 2.0

    2 reviews
    Meditation made simple in just 10 minutes a day

    Great product to get focus in a world of noise


    Sway by PAUSE is an ‘interactive meditation’ experience. It uses your phone to track movement and provides feedback to help you gain focus and improve your attention.

  • Loóna

    Loóna is an app that lets you quickly disconnect from a long stressful day and get in the right mood for sleep. From the team behind MSQRD.
  • Calm

    1 review

    Calm is a funny method to destress

    can work as MPV, but in general it's does not worth a penny

  • Mental Screening

    1 review

    Should you get help? I made interactive, auto-calculated mental health self-tests presented in simple, step-by-step user interface.

    The self-tests, or "questionnaires", are made according to validated/peer-reviewed psychological questionnaires made by mental health professionals/academics - all have been used in clinical/research settings.

    the test seems good, the question are in line but the error at the end of the test, i cant view my results, please fix.

  • SelfMonk

    7 reviews

    SelfMonk is a Voice App that gets you meditating in less than 4 seconds.

    I'll meditate again tomorrow, Ideally It should load as fast as today's meditation.

  • Grapefruit

    2 reviews

    Grapefruit is an app for managing your mental health. Write your journal, track your habits and emotions, and use the unique rating system to tie everything together. You then get back real data on your mental health that you can use in your healing.

    There are some great apps like this for phones, but because I spend all day on my computer, and prefer to write with a real keyboard, I coul…

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  • Timeshifter

    3 reviews

    Used by astronauts, elite athletes, and top CEOs, Timeshifter is for travelers who want to eliminate jet lag.

    It’s developed with Harvard Medical School Associate Professor Steven Lockley, Ph.D., and based on the latest research in sleep and circadian neuroscience.

    I was part of the pre-launch testing. I travel a lot for business, and thought I knew about jetlag. But, there is no way anyone could take t…

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  • Sleep Mist by Calm

    Calm Sleep Mist is a natural elixir of Lavender, Frankincense, Chamomile and Clary Sage essential oils, blended in California.

  • Meditapes

    Personal soundtrack for relaxation and mental wellbeing
  • Elevatr

    1 review

    Elevatr makes finding support easy and fast for those touched by mental health issues, like depression and anxiety. Elevatr is an active, real-time, mobile community of people like you who support each other when help is needed and share advice based on their lived experiences.

    at this point im happy so not much too say but thanks team thank you from toofly2

  • Vividwell

    For a long time I have suffered w/ anxiety & recently much more acute OCD. As a data nerd I wanted an app to track the effects that lifestyle has on mental health and also give a more objective view of the effectiveness of medicines & therapy.

    I built it for myself but I hope that by making it public it will help at least one other person. 😊

  • Levium

    Who needs anxiety in their life? Not us. That's why we created Levium. It's a liquid supplement in a convenient 1oz shot that provides anxiety relief in minutes with no side effects using all natural ingredients.

    Levium is now available for pre-order on Indiegogo.com. Please help us make Levium available and get your per-order now!

  • 18percent

    18percent is a free (always will be) Slack community focused on mental health. Chat with people who are empathetic to what you're going through. Have the chance to help others all while staying anonymous if you choose so.

  • Humm.ly

    1 review

    Humm.ly is the first music-focused wellness app that combines music therapy and mindfulness techniques.

    Immerse yourself into a customizable listening experience that brings technology and music together to create a powerful tool for your wellness.

    Keep developing amazing stuff. Absolutely love anything to calm the body and improve the energy field!

  • Modup

    1 review

    The national news became unbearable to watch while working for a large media company.

    Too many mass shootings, women's rights ugh the politicians, and no justice for minorities.

    Modup is built for students, millennials, and working adults suffering from depression. The goal is to make everyone feel better through creativity and social engagement!

    Would like to see some videos and media of the product.

  • Department Store for the Mind

    Department Store for the Mind is a place to explore the world inside your head: a vast and unique terrain of thoughts, ideas, emotions and memories. They design homeware, gifts, stationary and prints that enable deeper human connection.

  • TaoMix 2

    Easily create relaxing soundscapes, now on Android.
  • Yapa

    Send and read Yaps. Share your feelings with everyone, anytime. The first mental health-focused social app.
  • Attention Challenge

    Ever wanted to assess the effect of your meditations objectively? This app is to help you do this.