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Meditation Apps Directory

Apps that will improve your focus, mindfulness, sleep & more

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Meditation Studio

Curated collections of guided meditations

Felice Della Gatta- Freelance graphic designer
An amazing collection of guided meditations. Pay once and listen to all the recordings forever. The teachers are great and using the app is a nice experience overall. If you'd like to add meditation to your morning routine this app will definitely help.
Vinh Pham- 🤤
I started using Meditation Studio about a month ago and have been pleased with it so far. They have audio guides that talk you through different topics that focus on uncovering happiness, overcoming bad moods, mindfulness, self-compassion, and a couple more.
Andrew Peluso- Marketing Director
Simple. Basic. Helpful. A nice variety of meditations and voices to take you through a meditation.
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Stop, Breathe & Think

An emotion-based meditation and mindfulness app

Frederik Waller- Product @ N26
Great alternative to Headspace with more free content available. However, I have to admit, the narrator from Headspace is better and more relaxing.
Ela Mazurkiewicz
My favorite one! I started my meditation practice using Stop, Breathe & Think. It helped me to relax and manage anxiety and stress. I believe that it's perfect for beginners.
Ariel Jalali- Co-founder, Sensay | @sensay
I love SBT. The fact that it works in messengers like Slack make it the perfect thing to neutralize the largest cause of stress during the day - work stress. Great job!
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pondr.

Revitalize and ground in 30 seconds with mindful breathing.

“Breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness, which unites your body to your thoughts. Whenever your mind becomes scattered, use your breath as the means to take hold of your mind again." – Thich Nhat Hanh

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We found that many people (including ourselves) wear our overstimulation as a badge of honor; The more we do, the "better". We want to steer away from that socially constructed mindset and wanted to create a tool to help remind us to slow things down, be more mindful, present and overall more aware in our day-to-day.

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