It’s true, we’re all on our phones and personal computers a lot more than usual these days. Of course, this constant scrolling comes with its own set of new issues we have to learn how to manage. However, the internet can be our friend in effort to fight boredom, curb unnecessary hunger, get over a creative slump, connect with friends..or..zen out! Yes, the internet can help with all of these things and with some fine tuning, AB testing, and consistency, you’ll come to find these 4 apps as a necessary friend during your stay-at-home.
Backed by Digg co-founder Kevin Rose, Oak is an entirely free meditation and breathing app designed to slot into your day. If you’ve got just five minutes to spare, the app can help you. Even if you’ve only a few seconds, there’s a chance it could at least calm you down or wake you up a bit.
Moodpath is your pocket-sized mental health companion. Whether you are facing a rough patch or have concerns about your mental health, the app’s goal is to support you through the difficult times and guide you out the other side.
Calm focuses on the four key areas of meditation, breathing, sleep, and relaxation, with the aim of bringing joy, clarity, and peace to your daily life.The app delivers meditations that can help you to destress, as well as breathing programs, music, and sounds from nature to relax your mind and body and promote better sleep.