Insight Timer - Meditation App

Insight Timer - Meditation App

By Insight Network Inc

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2009-11-05
  • Current Version: 14.0.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 115.93 MB
  • Developer: Insight Network Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
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From 79,509 Ratings

Description

* Apps of the Year Winner - TIME magazine * * Happiest App in the World - Tristan Harris * The #1 free meditation app. Join millions learning to meditate on Insight Timer to help calm the mind, reduce anxiety, manage stress, sleep deeply and improve happiness. Guided meditations and talks led by the world’s top mindfulness experts, neuroscientists, psychologists and meditation teachers from Stanford, Harvard, Dartmouth and the University of Oxford. Music tracks from world-renowned artists. With 10+ new free guided meditations added daily, more meditation is practiced on Insight Timer than anywhere else. Great for both beginners and experienced practitioners. FREE FEATURES: * Thousands of guided meditations * Select by time for short meditations when on the go, helping you to build a simple daily habit * Thousands of music tracks and ambient sounds to calm the mind, focus, sleep better and relax * The world's most popular meditation Timer * Follow your favourite teachers * Thousands of discussion groups and community features * Stats and milestones for tracking your progress * Integration with Apple Health Mindful Minutes Browse and follow popular topics including: * Sleep deeply right now * Improve sleep quality * Dealing with Anxiety and Reducing Stress * Getting through Recovery and Addictions * Self-love and Compassion * Focus and Concentration * Leadership * Better Relationships * Loving-Kindness * Meditation for Kids * Mindful Eating * And much more.. Join leading meditation teachers and musicians including: * Tara Brach, Ph.D, founder of Insight Meditation Community of Washington * Mark Williams, Emeritus Professor at Oxford University * Jack Kornfield, Dartmouth, co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society alongside fellow Insight Timer teachers Sharon Salzberg, and Joseph Goldstein of Columbia * Sam Harris, Stanford; author, philosopher, neuroscientist, and podcast host * Gil Fronsdal, Ph.D. at Stanford University * Ram Das aka Dr Richard Alpert, Doctorate at Stanford and Harvard University teacher * Sadhguru, Indian yogi, founder of non-profit Isha Foundation * Mooji, disciple of Papaji, and devotee of the master Ramana Maharshi * Moby, international recording artist, DJ, record producer, singer, songwriter * As well as Sarah Blondin, Mary Maddux, Ajahn Achalo, Melissa Ambrosini, Bodhipaksa, Jonathan Lehmann, Jennifer Piercy, Bethany Auriel-Hagan, Kate James and many more.. Practice the following meditation types: * Secular Mindfulness * Buddhist Mindfulness * Zen * Insight Meditation * Vipassana * MBSR * Walking Meditation * Breathing Meditation * Kundalini Yoga * Metta * Advaita Vedanta * And many more.. Join community groups for: * Beginners * Poetry * Atheism * Christianity * Hinduism * Transcendental Meditation * And many more.. PAID FEATURE - INSIGHT PREMIUM MEDITATION We have one optional in-app subscription. * Listen offline (download guided meditations to your device) * Repeat mode * Fast forward and Rewind * Pick-up where you left off * High Quality audio The subscription is available monthly for US$4.99/month, or annually for US$35.99/year. Payment will be charged through your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase, and will automatically renew at the end of each term unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings, but refunds will not be provided for unused portions of the term. Prices and currency will vary by location. The subscription will renew at the same cost. If you have any questions please send an email help@insight.co (not .com). Privacy Policy - https://insighttimer.com/privacypolicy Terms and Conditions - https://insighttimer.com/terms

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  • 5 star to 1 please fix bug

    1
    By AlchemicKnowledge
    Can’t use the app now, keeps asking to register
  • Love

    5
    By cojaaaiey
    I use this to start my day.
  • Perfect.

    5
    By tlskight
    Exactly what is advertised.
  • Love Love Love

    5
    By Lynntriss
    This is simply the best guided meditation app out there. I can always find something that’s just right for what I need at any given moment. Just get it and enjoy it—you’ll be glad you did.
  • Meditation and Relaxation

    5
    By Digger77777
    I have found this app helps me to center myself throughout the day. Almost everything is free and you can connect with other people practicing meditation. Build new pathways in your brain! Meditate!
  • Thankful

    5
    By Punite
    I like it very much.
  • My favorite meditation app

    5
    By Fnlovn
    I love the variety of teachers. There are endless options of topics to choose from. I use it nighty to fall asleep. I use other meditations through out my day. It’s great. Thanks to developers!
  • Timer

    3
    By jgryczan
    Appreciate the app, but definitely preferred the older, simpler version. Also find myself irritated by being congratulated for sitting. Do we need the pop culture aspects?
  • Great Multifunctional timer

    5
    By cwine
    I love how this app continues to grow and expand. The added seminars are educational and reasonable. Lots of optional guided meditations, a timer that can be customized, and connections with like minded yogis. Love!
  • Guided meditations need cleaned up

    3
    By noshedo
    A great way of logging your meditations and seeing trends over time. The bell/timer feature works great too. However, the guided meditations have completely devolved into nonsensical flowery new age audios with little substance, and there are very few meditations that accurately teach basic principles of a practice. If you search “concentration” meditation, you instead get open awareness or letting go style meditations. This is a major problem for beginners, who will either be totally misled about the types of practice, or will conclude that the whole meditative enterprise is a total sham. The app needs to make a harder line between meditation styles, and give a means for people to learn about the core techniques. Make courses that introduce mindfulness, one-pointedness, vipassana, open awareness, etc, and maybe even throw some science in too. For those who take this topic seriously, it is frustrating to see the lack of care and attention here, and it makes it very hard to recommend this app to anyone interested in starting a meditation habit.

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