字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 There are loads of apps out there helping people meditate, but how do you choose which one to use? To help you out, I've reviewed 13 meditation apps, and in this video, I'm going to cover the best free ones. Well done on starting your meditation journey. Regular meditation can improve your health and happiness while reducing stress and anxiety and improving your sleep. Of the 13 apps I reviewed, I only found two genuinely free apps – ones without premium versions. Insight Timer is one of those, um, it goes by the philosophy that providing you with a daily meditation practice should be a privilege, not a product. With over 7,000 guided meditations by over 1,500 teachers, and excellent usability, this is my top choice for free meditation. Smiling Mind is another free app set up by a not-for-profit that aims to bring the benefits of mindfulness to the masses. The app is free, but you can donate to the cause. It asks you to check in how you're feeling before and after every session, and it has a great digital detox section helping you to stay away from technology for a bit. A number of the paid-for apps also offer free versions that are worth looking at if you'd like to explore further. They are Calm, The Mindfulness App, Headspace, Stop Breathe Think, Ten percent Happier, Mindfulness Daily, Omvana, and Simple Habit. Well done for committing to meditation. Even if you don't want to spend any money, there are loads of options available for you. Thanks for watching my review of the best free meditation apps. Please support me in bringing great tech to more people by liking or sharing this video, subscribing to the 4 Minute Tech Channel, and leaving a comment.