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12 Best Meditation Apps For 2020

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2) Calm Elmore likes the Calm app when she’s feeling choosy about her meditation practice. After all, the app provides guided sessions ranging in time from three to 25 minutes. And with topics from calming anxiety to gratitude to mindfulness at workas well as sleep sounds, nature sounds, and breathing exercisesyou can really choose your focus. “There are new meditations every day, progress trackers, and seven-day and 21-day programs for beginners,” Elmore says. Cost: Free, in-app purchases Where To Find: Apple Store and Google Play . Calm

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3) Insight Timer Experts across the board agree that Insight Timer is primo when it comes to choosing a meditation app. “This app has many of the most experienced mindfulness teachers on it, and allows you the freedom to pick and choose depending on how long you have to practice, what style you’d like (e.g. body scan, loving kindness, anxiety/stress reducing, etc.), or just set a timer and sit without guidance,” Tandon says. Elmore says the app is her go-to because, in addition to the variety of guided meditations, the app has a tracker that allows you to chart your progress and earn badges that keep you coming back for more. Cost: Free, in-app purchases Where To Find: Apple Store and Google Play . Insight Timer

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4) YogaGlo Tiffany Cruikshank, a registered yoga teacher and founder of , says she loves the YogaGlo app because it has “a large variety of guided meditations to choose from with such well-respected teachers.” Plus, you can customize your workout by choosing the length, teacher, and/or level you want, as well as a variety of topics and focal points that can help you zero in on specific meditation goals, Cruikshank says, adding that the app is a great option for new or experienced meditators. Added bonus? You’ll also have access to teacher-led yoga classes within the app. Cost: Free 7-day trial/ $22.99 per month after trial Where To Find: Apple Store and Google Play . Yoga Glo

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5) Ens Ens isn’t necessarily for beginners. “For those well-versed in meditation, I love the Ens app which has a simple timer that you can set with bells at different intervals to keep you alert and set a soothing endpoint to your practice,” Cruikshank says. Cost: Free, in-app purchases Where To Find: Apple Store Enso

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6) 10% Happier: Meditation For Fidgety Skeptics Based on the book by the same name (by ABC news correspondent Dan Harris) the 10% Happier app is perfect “for the skeptic who is not sure that they want to meditate,” according to Elmore. “This one has meditations aimed to help users with anxiety and sleep, and there is new content each week,” she says, adding that there is a free version, as well as a premium version with more than 500 vides and additional content. Cost: Free, in-app purchases Where To Find: Apple Store and Google Play 10 Percent Happier For Fidgety Skeptics

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