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Mindful : April 2018
PHOTOGRAPHBYKALARMOON,MOCKUUUPS,ALPHABET.INC, WHAT’S NEW IN MINDFUL APPS Your phone can be mindful, too. Here are a few of the latest, coolest apps designed to make life better. AccessNow Bravo Tango Brain Training Expectful WeCroak Maayan Ziv, a Canadian photographer with muscular dystrophy, created AccessNow, a crowdsourcing app that shares accessibility information—from wheelchair-friendly parking and washrooms to Braille signage—for storefronts and businesses worldwide. Ziv says she’s a regular person “who’s interested in going out and doing things in life. And so is every other person who has a disability.” A former Air Force psy- chologist collaborated with National Geographic on the Bravo Tango Brain Training app to help veterans relieve stress. The voice-controlled app responds to the user, guiding them through exer- cises for muscle relaxation, focusing, breathing, ground- ing, visualization, and inter- personal connection. It makes self-care tools more acces- sible and available, whenever vets need them. Expectant and new moms, typically putting self-care last, face high levels of stress. Expectful provides 10- to 20-minute meditation prac- tices for each stage of preg- nancy and early motherhood. If you often forget how short life is, WeCroak is the app for you. Five times a day, it pings you with a pithy quote reminding you you’re going to die. 14 mindful April 2018