App Recommendations

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Headspace is your guide to everyday mindfulness in just a few minutes a day. Choose from hundreds of guided meditations on everything from managing stress and anxiety to sleep, productivity, exercise and physical health. 



Calm is for sleep, meditation and relaxation. Includes guided meditations, sleep stories, breathing programs, stretching exercises and relaxing music. Perfect for beginners all the way through to advanced users 



Down dog creates a new workout every time you use it. Easily adaptable from beginners through to experts. You are able to choose everything from focus, music and even the voice. They have several apps including yoga, HITT, barre and 7 minute workout


Happy Not Perfect

Helps you to establish a meditation ritual. There is also a “letting go” feature where you can write down anything that has been worrying or stressing you.


Feeling Good 

Based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) feeling good help you cope with stress. Developed in Edinburgh the app has several tracks aimed to help you relax and build resilience.



Allows you to watch videos with your friends. Netflix, Youtube, Vimeo, Viki, google and reddit are all supported 



Choose from over 30 languages for free. Quick and easy lessons that you can do anytime from anywhere


Daily Art

Every day be inspired by beautiful classic, modern and contemporary art and read short stories about them


Western Philosophers

Learn about different philosophers


Trivia Crack 2

Thousands of quiz questions to challenge yourself and friends and family with



Same as heads up but loads of categories all for free. Place the phone on your head and get friends/family to act out the phrase


DOP: Draw One Part

Think about the puzzle then draw it


Tower run

Try to get as far as you can while building a tower of humans (not as weird as it sounds)



Pass the time by watching various different videos. Try some of the dancing yourself


Google Arts and Culture

Visit top exhibits and zoom in on artwork. Create your own collections. There are over 1200 museums in 70 countries available to choose from



Use the pictures clues to come up with a word or phrase