What the app provides
The application opens with the heading “How are you” at the top. And when you click “Begin“, you check in. Then the app takes you through 5 steps. The first step is to stop and breathe for few moments to assess your body. The next three steps ask you to log in your current physical, mental and emotional state. The last step provides you suggestions on meditation sessions based on your input. And then you can do one or all suggested meditations. After you are done with meditations, you log in your physical, mental and emotional state again.
Alternatively, you can select your own mediation sessions from the “Explore Activities” panel. The app has sessions on breathing, full body scan, etc, in the free version. The rest of the sessions become available when you become a premium member. I like the colorful and simple user interface of the app.
It has all features that I want in a meditation app. The number of meditation sessions is more than other apps in the free version. It tracks my state, meditation streak, the amount of time meditated and so on. Even the content of the sessions is good. Still, this app is not the one I can stick with. Because the voice of both female and male instructors, don’t work for me. I find them a bit abrupt and sharp instead of soothing. They sound like a commander directing you with what steps to take. But I want my instructors to gently guide me. That’s just my perception, a lot of people use this app and their thoughts might differ from me. So, I will say to give this one a try. Because everyone is different and what can never work for me, can work for others.
I moved on to the next app on my list, Calm. There will be a post on this app next week.
Thanks for stopping by. Do leave your thoughts in the comments below. If you know, any other meditation app that I must try, do tell me. Happy Meditating.