5 Best Mindfulness Apps – 2020
Once again, we reviewed the five best Best Mindfulness Apps (2020). Even as of now the true meaning of Mindfulness is not fully understood. A mindfulness app should not be complicated. Mindfulness is being aware, being aware of wach of our actions and enjoying the full potential of the moment. There is no past, no future, no hangover. No thoughts to bother you and where we are present only at a conscious level.
Achieving the state of Mindfulness is achieving inner balance, peace, getting relieved of your mental stress, cleansing your chakras, and putting our life systems in a balance.
As of now you can find apps which promises to assist users in fighting anxious feelings, managing weight, increasing focus, getting better sleep and much more. But its real difficult to find a simple app totally focused on mindfulness. These are 5 best mindfulness apps that can be used.
Zen Lounge: Meditate with Relaxing Sounds
Just launched a few days back we got a copy of this app from the developers. Zen Lounge is FREE and one of the most simplest app that we have seen in this domain. A beautiful user interface – amazing graphics, a selection of hand picked sounds (the developers claim that they have been specially composed by Zen Gurus). The app provides a choice of 10 moods and seven nature sounds which can be mixed and matched to create a mindfulness ambience. One can adjust levels with an equalizer and also set a duration. And as you set a target duration you earn points and rise up the Zen levels.
This is also our number one choice so far for this year.
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The Mindfulness App
This is perhaps the most well known app for mindfulness, and offers a wonderful catalog of meditation tracks that come with narrators or without them. Such tracks range in 3 – 30 minute duration, and may be personalized as per individual requirements. It can be used on Android as well as iOS devices.
This app has an introductory series with licensed psychologist Dr. Elisha Goldstein, who guides people through a journey of meditation for 10 days, in order to cultivate compassion, energy and calmness – mainly by concentrating on breath. However, it is meant for meditation practitioners who are experienced. It is supported by both iOS and Android devices. The app is free to use with additional that you can purchase. There is a yearly fee of $49.99.
This app offers chosen guided meditations that consist of topics like sleep, healing, body scan and more. If you do not like pop ups or intrusive ads, you will like this app. It can be downloaded free of cost, and in-app purchases can be availed between £0.59 and £13.99. It comes with support for iOS and Android devices. This app is around for quite some time and have a good fan base – so we thought to include it in our list of best mindfulness apps (2019).
The app has been designed for beginners, and comes in English, Norwegian and Danish languages. Beginners can learn mindfulness and meditation from this app, which comprises of 3 guided meditations that include body scan, breath meditation and power pause. As this app is available with a timer, there is no need for you to be concerned about how much time has passed since the time you started meditating. It can be downloaded and used on the iOS platform.