Smartphones are used more and more for more things, especially last year, when we were able to go out less, to carry out activities that are normally done outdoors.
One of the most used apps on iOS for meditating, Balanced, It has finally arrived on Android and while it can be downloaded for free, using it isn’t exactly cheap, although there is a but.
A service to relax
The idea behind this app is to create a platform that we can trust when performing relaxation exercises that help us improve our health.
From the app, we can access personalized guided meditation sessions tailored to our mood, goals or experience.
And since consistency is the key, there are 10 day plans to help us develop and deepen the meditation skills that we are looking for. However, if we want something quick to meditate on in time, we can do that as well.
The app uses vibrations and sound effects to guide us and has badges to “gamify” our progress and encourage us to maintain our daily routine.
Download balance and price
This app is free to download from the Play Store. We can test it without paying, although only test sessions. Then we will have to subscribe for $ 12 per month or $ 70 per year, although there are many promotions.
In fact, as a launch promotion, the developer gives one year free subscription
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