5 yoga apps that are actually a lifesaver

Yoga is one of those activities you can do pretty much anywhere, and that’s especially true when you have an app on your smartphone.

To help you find the right app for your needs, we looked high and low for this year’s best yoga apps. Between the content quality, app reliability, and all of the stellar user reviews, these apps are just what you need to get your om on.

1. Yoga Studio

iPhone rating: 4.4 stars

Android rating: 4.1 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

This all-in-one yoga and meditation app features over 130 videos and meditations ranging from 5 to 60 minutes. A carefully curated selection means you can always find the right class, and the app also lets you build your own classes pose by pose. Quickly search classes based on intensity, ability, and duration, or browse the featured collections.

2. Down Dog

iPhone rating: 4.9 stars

Android rating: 4.9 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

With more than 30,000 configurations, the Down Dog app means a brand-new yoga practice each time you come to your mat. This beautiful app features a 3-day intro to yoga and practices specifically designed to strengthen and stretch your back. Use the Boost feature (paid) to target 12 different areas of practice, and choose from seven different yoga instructors so you’re guided by a voice that really resonates with you.

3. Asana Rebel

iPhone rating: 4.5 stars

Android rating: 4.3 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Yoga as fitness is the idea with Asana Rebel, which features a mix of yoga-inspired workouts to help you get in shape and improve strength, flexibility, and balance. Find workouts based on your personal goals and get ready to work!

4. Gaia

iPhone rating: 4.8 stars

Android rating: 4.7 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Gaia is an enormous library of yoga videos and other content that can give you instant access to any sort of yoga or meditative practice you can think of. Gaia’s also a good resource for understanding the philosophies behind meditative practices and approaches to meditation and mindfulness that aren’t necessarily considered mainstream or familiar to yoga practice in the Western world. You may learn some new approaches to yoga with this app.

5. DDP Yoga

iPhone rating: 4.9 stars

Android rating: 4.7 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

DDP Yoga isn’t your average yoga app. It combines yoga techniques with other fitness approaches, such as cardio, calisthenics, and nutritional guidance. DDP Yoga also features a wide variety of live-streamed instructional videos, classes, and even points that you can earn to get access to DDP Yoga swag or opportunities to meet the minds behind the app and the workouts.


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