Are free meditation apps the answer for stressed staff?

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According to App Annie, consumers across the world last year spent 130 per cent more money on health and fitness apps than in 2017, with Calm and Headspace taking the number one and two spots in the top ten mindfulness apps, which also included Reflectly, Meditopia and Breethe.  More than 600 companies offer free or subsidised Headspace to their workforce, including Adobe, General Electric and Unilever. Calm, named Apple’s app of the year in 2017, has become the first mental health “unicorn”.


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