Three FREE Meditation apps

After the 5 Ways Meditation Has Improved My Life blog, y’all know why I’m team meditation. If you wanna join me on my quest to attracting more chill, I put together this post for you . The following are three apps you can bring into your world to make incorporating meditation effortless. 

Insight Timer

  • FREE
  • Available for iOS and Android
  • This is the one that I have used, for the last few years. I love the diverse options and the ability to save my favorites. There’s even communities that you can join which definitely makes the app feel even more inviting. I have guided meditations saved, Tibetan song bowls and if you just wanna keep it simple I promise there’s an option for you. With over 4000 meditations and 1000 teachers you can’t go wrong. It may take a while to find your faves with so much content. However, once you do you’re in it to win it. Despite so much content I find the app really easy to navigate.  If you wanna keep it simple you can even pick the background noise you like, set a timer and chill.
  • Bonus… If you add your location it’ll even tell you how many people near you are meditating at the same time. I like this feature and how it takes a solo act and feel communal

 

Click here to download your free copy TODAY!

Aura

  • FREE
  • Available for iOS and Android
  • When I was putting this blog together I stumbled upon Aura. I really love this premise especially if you’re new to meditating. This app takes personal information like age and stress levels to create a new 3 minute meditation for you every day! The cofounder claims you will never here the same mediation twice as their always adding new content. You can even tell it your mood which will impact the daily meditation you receive. They have a mindful breather feature that I thought was cute. You can sink your breathing to an animated circle that expands and contracts.  

 

YouTube

  • FREE
  • Ok so not a meditation app per se however it is an app you can find meditations on. You can legit find anything on YouTube so I figured it deserved an honorable mention. You may encounter ads but for the most part if you know what you’re looking for this is a chill option to explore. I have several miracle tone meditations saved on YouTube that I enjoy working to.   

As I continued my hunt for free meditation apps to share with y’all, I realized a lot that said they were free required an upgrade to unlock their full library. Weak. However, some honorable mentions are Calm and Headspace.

 

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