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I have used this app for about three years now and I have tried others and find this one to be the best. I appreciate that my meditations are available at any time. I'm not one for social media, either, so I'm really glad I'm not solicited to share with a whole host of other practitioners. It's simple, easy to follow and the people who provide the sessions are some of the most respected in the whole mindfulness movement. The only drawback (which didn't used to be) is that I'm unable to create my own mindfulness notices. This was a feature in the first version and it was such a delightful, mindful option! Depending upon what area I wanted to focus on, I could set simple notices to chime throughout the day that had me call attention to sounds, feelings in particular areas of my body, sensations, or simply breathing. Regardless, this app and the meditations offered in it are always my go to at least two times a day, if not ten! Thank you for creating it.
My 17 year old son and I suffer from generalized anxiety and have our whole lives. I used to meditate with my husband, my sons father, when we met back in the 90's. Time goes by, we had a child, full time jobs and at some point stopped doing it. I always did yoga but the meditation that had helped me so much just sort of faded out of our schedules. This app has reminded me how important meditation is in our daily lives. Now, my son and I do one of your guided meditations every morning before school. The doctors want to put him on medication but we're going to keep trying this as it clearly is helping him tremendously at this time. Awesome app! We love it!
First of all, I must admit that I find the idea of using an app to meditate is a bit silly, other than a timer with a bell, as people have been meditating without apps for millennia. Nevertheless, I’m now using other apps that connect to the new Apple health, so I thought why not use an app that feeds into it. Aside from several apps that are ridiculous in complexity and price, this one looks a bit more reasonable and usable long term. The first few uses were good, except it added a new dimension to meditating: constant eye-rolling at some of the cheesy phrases: “find a position with dignity”, “offer your breath back to the space”...etc. “Congratulate yourself”...Congratulate yourself after a retreat - not 5 minutes of meditation! I realize that any meditation app will be made by new agers, but I find it distracting from the task at hand. I recommended that the narratives be tested by people who like to meditate with a minimum of woo. I will persist in using this when I am not using the simpler “mindfulness bell”.
This use to be my favorite app of all time. It was excellent and I often recommended it to clients and friends. Now I am going to cancel my subscription due to changes in the format and log in options. The regular log in option has been removed and users must now log in with Facebook. Since I do not use Facebook my premium membership is now useless to me and a huge waste of money. Even if I had a Facebook account I would not want my mediation app linked to a public forum. Additionally, the old format and premium subscription had a great library users could easily access and browse through. The new version is missing the library icon and the new format makes searching for meditations and programs counter intuitive and unnecessarily time consuming. It is a shame to see such an amazing app go downhill.
I rarely feel compelled to give a review, but this app just does not deserve an average rating of 4.7 stars (especially when there are so many others!). Try 10% Happier, or Calm, or Headspace before you try this one. I recently purchased the monthly premium (very glad I didn’t do annual!) and quickly realized there are a lot of bugs. It looks nice at first, but use it for a bit and you’ll find them. For instance, I couldn’t even see a list of the sessions in the course I chose. I also tried adding it to my favorites and it just plain doesn’t work. These seem like pretty basic features, no? I emailed support about two weeks ago asking for a refund... it’s nice they have a support feature built into the app, but would be nicer if they looked at it...
Developed by MindApps.
The Mindfulness App is ranking in Health & Fitness & Lifestyle
Last update was at Dec 13, 2019and the current version is 4.7.88.
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The Mindfulness App have a 2 065a user reviews.
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