We all know how apps help us make our lives a lot easier. From using them to get our daily tasks done by improving our organization to provide us the leisure time we required, apps have integrated into many facets of society.
Regarding this, there are apps meant to empower people. Helping people to live the best version of their lives, with great features and design as well.
We’d like to talk about some of these apps that have stood out given their goal of becoming a great support for people who want to improve their habits or take more control of their lives.
Lifesum is a beautifully designed app that can help you in three main ways: losing weight, getting stronger and eating better. It is filled with all kind of diet plans, recipes and, nutritional information so you can take care of your daily meals.
Its calorie counter will help you control your food intake, water intake and how much exercise you´ve done day by day. Lifesum is your best ally to reach the health goals you’ve set for yourself.
Simple Habit wants us to understand the power of meditation. This app won this year´s Google Play Award in the Best Well-being app category.
You can set 5, 10 or 20 minutes of meditation for many different occasions of your day: when at work, if you had a tough day, if you have an upcoming big event or problems getting sleep, just name the situation and the app will help you out.
There are more than 1000 meditations for specific situations that will encourage you to build positive habits and improve yourself.
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Clue is a period and ovulation tracker app that analyzes unique patterns in menstrual cycles to help women be reminded about their next period, PMS, ovulation, and fertility.
It uses medical and scientific data to give as many information as required so they can take full control of their health including moods, pain, birth control or pregnancy planning. One of the best and most recommended apps of the Health and Fitness category on Google Play.
Headspace is another app for meditation, “guided meditation for everyone”, it is how they refer to themselves. This app will help you gain relaxation techniques for you to manage stressful situations. They offer sessions for many topics related to health, sport, happiness or work & performance, among others.
The sessions are based on the learnings of co-founder and former monk, Andy Puddicombe, during his stay in monasteries in Asia. They are aimed to help you reduce stress and have a happier life.
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As we can see, apps can help us to become a better version of ourselves. These ones are just some examples of great apps delivering an amazing design and engagement strategies. So, make sure to check them out to understand what makes them so good and well received by users.
Have you used one of these apps before? What do you think about these well-being apps? Let us know in the comments below!