The 3 Best Mindfulness Apps In 2019…

The 3 Best Mindfulness Apps In 2019

In a world dominated by social media, it can be easy to lose sight of yourself. It is effortless to get caught up in what others are doing – which is what makes social media so addictive. The concept of social media is excellent as it allows users to share their own experiences and explore new ideas.

However, the negative impact of it can leave users feeling adverse side effects, including anxiety or even depression. Many users forget that just like magazines, celebrities and influencers do not look like their pictures in real life. For this reason, most users feel a certain amount of pressure to succumb to trends and mimic what they see others doing on social media.

Technology and the advancements of smartphones have also diluted the amount of time individuals spend on bettering themselves. Apps such as Snapchat, which started as a simple photo-sharing app now includes functionalities like 24-hour stories and filters. Although it is great to see how far technology has come, the base of its constant use means we, as humans, are losing touch with ourselves. For this reason, mindfulness is more important now than ever before.

Mindfulness is the notion of paying more attention to the present moment. This constitutes of being aware of your thoughts and feelings and the world around you. Being mindful can help improve one’s mental wellbeing. This can help individuals enjoy life more and understand themselves and their situations a bit better. Mindfulness is also a great way to relieve stress from work and everyday life. It is reminding you to take some time out of your day and notice your thoughts and feelings. It helps you feel your bodies sensations and the world around you. These are some of the first steps to mindfulness.

Thanks to technology, you’re not alone on the journey to a better you. There are now many apps which are available to smartphone users to help gain mindfulness. Here are a few of the best mindful apps available on the app market at the moment.

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1) Calm

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The Calm App can help users unwind and refocus their attention with their Daily Calm guided sessions. The app also greets users with gentle music when the app is opened, which can be customized to the user’s preference. Their guides vary from immediate to advanced, which means the app has a good selection for all users to enjoy.

Another great feature of Calm is its range of exclusive music for users to pick from to help focus and relax. The app also has Calm Body, which is a series of 10 minute guided videos surrounding mindful movements. It is free and available for both iOS and Android users and can be upgraded to a premium subscription for more in-depth guidance.

2) Headspace

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One of the best-known meditation and mindful apps is Headspace. The app was launched in

2010, and over the years has gained 36 million members spanning across 190 countries. If users are looking to learn the essentials of meditation and mindfulness, Headspace is excellent. The app offers users a free 10-part course with its basic option. The sessions come in three, five or 10-minute slots and are easy to follow. They help users focus and breath while listening to their body to see how users feel.

Headspace also offers one-minute breathing exercises and themed sessions in their mini collection to help add more mindfulness to the users day. The app also lets users save their favorites when they are offline. This means mindfulness training can be done on the go. Headspace also has a premium service for more specific and specialized meditation for stress and sleep and is available for both iOS users and Android users as well as various smartwatches.

3) The Mindfulness App

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The Mindfulness App does as it says and is free to download. The app offers users a five-day introduction to mindfulness with a range of guided and silent timed sessions for users to choose from. The apps have a three-minute refresher, or you can opt for a more in-depth half-hour session to indulge in mindfulness.

The app gives users daily reminders and statistics to help stay focused on their practice and keep up to date with progress as well as mindful notices, assisting users to feel grounded throughout the day. Users can upgrade to premium and unlock an additional 200 guides to help with the body and sleep.


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Mary Kovalchuk


I’m a freelance lifestyle writer and photographer. I also run a blog, An Eye Behind, that focuses on the secret…

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