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Calm - Meditate, Sleep, Relax

Calm - Meditate, Sleep, Relax

Calm.com, Inc.

Join the millions discovering the life-changing benefits of meditation with Calm

4.6 Ratings 2M+ Reviews 10M+ Downloads

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  • Calm Review Sep 21, 2020

    By YourLocalCalmUser
    I really don’t like how you have to pay to get good stuff. That makes me stressed which takes away the purpose of the app Calm. Now, I understand that, with all of the items this app has, it has to cost money, but maybe, you could make more stuff free, like maybe a seven day program or something. Maybe that would hook more users and convince them to pay for the rest. Just a thought. Without paying, the only things you really can do are the daily check ins, the little reflection thing, and a timed meditation. Once someone gets bored of that, they’ll probably delete the app. You need a better way to get their attention. For example, I got the Sleep Cycle app, and I am very happy about it. It does have things that cost money, but not nearly as much money, or as many things that need money as Calm does. Most of the things in Calm cost a lot of money, and the things that are free are the things that aren’t the most helpful. Maybe this is an advertisement tactic? I’m not sure. However, in the Sleep Cycle app, the only thing that costs money is the Statistics which, honestly, I probably wouldn’t use that much. Also, it’s a lot cheaper. The things you can do without money are really cool; download the app to check it out! Over all, I have to give Calm three stars because of this, and it’s not just because it costs money, but also because of the amount of things that cost money and how much it costs. Sincerely, your local Calm user
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  • Ad Recommendation Dec 8, 2020

    By UnluckyLadybug
    I just wanted to leave a recommendation. There was an ad I got where you seemed to be walking down a hall that always turned right. The walls seemed really close on both sides. That is terrifying. In fact, people purposely do that in horror games to create terror. Just want to let you know, and this is coming from a psychology student. I seriously thought something was gonna pop out at me and when I heard it was an app called “Calm” I was worried you guys knew nothing of the sort. Terror is suspense, terror is build-up and a feeling that something is there. That’s what makes good horror games. But not an ad to help with anxiety, I can tell you that much. It made me so scared! Haha. When I checked your app, I loved the aura. I loved the colors. But I also have to say this. If you’re gonna add all these extra expenses, just put it out for that amount. If you make this downloadable on different consoles and platforms, you have more excuses to put it out for an amount too. Some consoles and platforms have all their apps at an expense. I can appreciate your business and understand if you want a profit (who doesn’t.). Just, being up-front is better than saying “Unlock this app you just downloaded” basically. I know nothing of business, though. I just know that I’m cheap. The free trial is a good idea, but understand people have other options, and everyone is struggling during this time with money, too.
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  • So relaxing and amazing Apr 11, 2020

    By calm girl10
    I absolutely love love love this app!!!!♥️ once I could not go to sleep so I turned on some of the calm music and I fell asleep 10 minutes later. I was amazed. I have been getting better sleep since than. Also whenever I am feeling stressed or anxious about someone or something, I listen to one of the daily calms or the next day on the meditation trial. Right away it’s as if you were brought into some beautiful relaxing world where there are these voices saying “It will be ok no matter what. This will pass.” And it does its amazing how calming and peaceful this app is. Next, mood check in. The mood check in helps me express and release good and bad feelings and thoughts. Enjoy the good ones and let go of the bad ones. It even gives you a chance to write a little about them. It’s like your own personal diary, but way better. Last but definitely not least, I Believe this app can make you a better person. To be happier, to live life longer. It can be a real life changer. And just know that it’s never to late to start fresh again. It’s never to late to change yourself. But most of all, it’s never to late lo be the big change in the world, that you have wished for. And calm can help with all of that. This is a total recommendation for anyone.
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  • Apr 17, 2021

    By The Intellectual Millennial
    I like using this app except for one thing - the ambient sounds in the background. They are awesome until the track ends and it restarts in the middle of meditation. It brings me out of my practice often. But I really love having those sounds. Hopefully they can create a track that is longer to play in the back of daily meditations
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  • Sleep, anxiety, & life saver all in one app May 24, 2020

    By CaylieHan
    Honestly, I had come to a point in my life where I insomnia and anxiety were at an all time high , I was on anxiety meds, sleep meds, anything they could do to try & get my anxiety and insomnia under control & even when the pills weren’t really helping, I decided to try this app out because even doctors had recommend it, while yes- price tag can seem like a lot, BUT I used this one night while my anxiety was setting in and I was asleep half way through the sleep story and when I woke in the morning I was in disbelief. Nothing, I mean nothing had helped me until I found this app. The meditation & sleep stories are amazing. I am so grateful for this app. Now, the only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars would be due to a recommend I have for the creators, they should create a watch or something that can track your sleep & in the morning provide meditations, music, sleep stories that reflected how you slept the night before. For example, if someone woke up a lot, or of people were waking up frequently and having a hard time going back to sleep & maybe making suggestions for a meditation they could choose that one as more personal, or for anxiety with sleep or sleeplessness, things like that. I don’t know that would be my only recommendation, but overall and amazing app that’s worth the price.
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  • Apr 16, 2021

    By Michael Martin
    so much of this app is pay walled. the problem isn't having to pay. they should be allowed to make money, but EVERY single section is 95% pay wall and 5% free. I'm not being hyperbolic about it either. i just wanted white noise, NOPE. it well put together but unless you do a trial. you can't really try much of anything. they don't need to start giving a busch of content away for free. just separate them better. it sucks to find something you want to try and all 10 options are locked away.
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  • Apr 18, 2021

    By Owen Beynon
    There's a lot of content, which is great. Needs a choice of voices or a more British focused section. I didn't find the main lady's voice very soothing; she voices most of the courses, so I'm afraid I won't be taking out the full subscription after my trail. Reply to developer note: fully aware I can swap narrators for some sessions, but not for all, such as the 'daily calms'. I post my feedback in good faith, it's up to you whether it's taken on board.
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  • Apr 10, 2021

    By Daniel Asa
    Dishonest: My wife and I purchased the full membership after a trial period in December 2020. During the time there was a New Year's sale that was reasonable for the services offered. After purchase we noticed they charged us the full $70 and when called they said it is not their problem. I would be very hesitant in any purchases from this company as they do not honor their advertising.
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  • Apr 16, 2021

    By Will Endean
    What has happened to this app?! The menus are now so confusing and not user friendly - lullabies (our main use for the app) are scattered under different headings, my offline music has gone and it tells me to click the cloud to download - within the file the cloud is ticked to show it's already downloaded so why has it gone from the 'available offline' section? Something has gone horribly wrong on the last update and needs fixing ASAP. Not happy paying premium for an app that doesn't work!!!
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  • Apr 10, 2021

    By Kyla Marshall
    Keeps changing the sound profile to silent, despite it not having any permissions outside of overlay. It makes the app unusable. Emailed support with no reply. I've loved this app for years. I've had a premium account for years. It's really disappointing. There are so many apps out there now, I'll be finding another. PRO tip. If you sign up for the trial, go in and cancel it right away. You'll still get the trial time but it won't autocharge after.
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  1. Customize your experience! An enormous variety of relaxing sessions ranging from 3 min exercises or unguided timed meditations
  2. Daily Calm provides you with a soothing 10-minute exercise to prepare your mind & body for the day ahead
  3. Get the most out of sleeping! Sleep Stories for adults help you fall asleep in the most relaxing way possible

Reviewed by Antonio Rozich on March 2, 2018

  • So relaxing and amazing Apr 11, 2020

    By calm girl10
    I absolutely love love love this app!!!!♥️ once I could not go to sleep so I turned on some of the calm music and I fell asleep 10 minutes later. I was amazed. I have been getting better sleep since than. Also whenever I am feeling stressed or anxious about someone or something, I listen to one of the daily calms or the next day on the meditation trial. Right away it’s as if you were brought into some beautiful relaxing world where there are these voices saying “It will be ok no matter what. This will pass.” And it does its amazing how calming and peaceful this app is. Next, mood check in. The mood check in helps me express and release good and bad feelings and thoughts. Enjoy the good ones and let go of the bad ones. It even gives you a chance to write a little about them. It’s like your own personal diary, but way better. Last but definitely not least, I Believe this app can make you a better person. To be happier, to live life longer. It can be a real life changer. And just know that it’s never to late to start fresh again. It’s never to late to change yourself. But most of all, it’s never to late lo be the big change in the world, that you have wished for. And calm can help with all of that. This is a total recommendation for anyone.
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  • Apr 10, 2021

    By Chrystal Webb
    i did headspace as well to compare the two. i think this one is better for me because of the sleep stories and the actual meditation. to compare apples to apples i did a seven day meditation on the same subject on both apps. this one really resonated with me. i actually learned more. i also prefer the interface on calm. headspace it too bright when you open the app and not conducive to falling asleep.
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  • Worth so much more than I ever imagined May 26, 2019

    By rknaakable
    This app has had an incredible impact on my mental health and overall quality of life. It has changed my perspectives and state-of-mind in ways that have been beneficial to every aspect of my everyday life and well-being, in a countless number of ways. By committing to the habit and genuine effort to a mere 10 minutes of meditation a day, I have observed a significant change to the way my brain works and handles day-to-day tasks and situations. I have gained peace-of-mind, appreciation, more quality and meaningful time spent with my family, the ability to approach things in ways that are more practical and productive and less stressful.... And this is just to name a few ways meditation has been useful and life-changing. My 10yo son insists on using it before bed every night in order to help him unwind and get a better night’s sleep. I use it for tension relief and to soothe migraines, or to calm myself down when I’m angry or upset. The mind is so powerful and can truly enhance one’s quality of life and well-being in ways you could never imagine possible. By obtaining a better mindset and maintaining the ways in which your brain works and thinks, you can come to realize what sort of impact it can make on your overall health, happiness and life.
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  • Helping High School Students Stay CALM Jan 27, 2020

    By amberkaymccoy
    I am a high school teacher at a high preforming high school in my area. My students are often so stressed out and sleep deprived I feel so helpless to help them. This year I decided to dedicate one day a week to meditating before we started class. We do this every Thursday for the first 10-15 minutes of class. The response has been so positive from my students I am thinking of doing it two days a week next year. The students LOVE Thursday!! They have told me it’s the favorite part for their week. Some students have even gotten the app for themselves. I have heard so many times this year, “I needed that!” or “I needed to hear that today.” After on session one of my boys said, “Man I was so upset about losing those 5 points on my English test and now I have let it go. This really works. What did you all think about?” You know you are doing something right when teenagers open up and start talking. Thank you for this product and allowing me the opportunity to give my students at least 15 minutes a week to destress, calm down, learn to love themselves and just breath! Can’t wait to see what the future has in store for me and my students as we take this CALM journey.
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  • Review of Calm Oct 8, 2020

    By SweetnessandLight
    I really am indebted to Calm for working in my life during this pandemic helping me w my emotions, sleep help and maybe keeping me at a level arresting the memory decline that seemed to be coming on w it’s debilitating force. (I don’t use words like fighting it because most things should not be put into adversarial roles) I wish I had more from our guide Jeff on how to meditate. I really relate to his presentation because he seems quintessentially California to me. I’ve been meditating since I was 6 or so, brought up Vedantist Hindu, born Jewish and am now a ChristianI am an aging hippie. I meditate w my cat on my lap, I simply press my hands on her sides and she grounds me and then is the anchor; her occasionally purring. I love the pictures and the nature scenes. By the way I have been meditating every single day since November. If I might be of assistance, I’m not sure how maybe I could do a Spark or something. I wish there were Something way to dialog - I have been on the site. Maybe I could look more deeply into community of Calm. Thanks for saving my life as a process. This is one place I like to be every single day (sometimes night) contact me if you are interested in my story of success.
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  • Apr 17, 2021

    By The Intellectual Millennial
    I like using this app except for one thing - the ambient sounds in the background. They are awesome until the track ends and it restarts in the middle of meditation. It brings me out of my practice often. But I really love having those sounds. Hopefully they can create a track that is longer to play in the back of daily meditations
    more
  • Sleep, anxiety, & life saver all in one app May 24, 2020

    By CaylieHan
    Honestly, I had come to a point in my life where I insomnia and anxiety were at an all time high , I was on anxiety meds, sleep meds, anything they could do to try & get my anxiety and insomnia under control & even when the pills weren’t really helping, I decided to try this app out because even doctors had recommend it, while yes- price tag can seem like a lot, BUT I used this one night while my anxiety was setting in and I was asleep half way through the sleep story and when I woke in the morning I was in disbelief. Nothing, I mean nothing had helped me until I found this app. The meditation & sleep stories are amazing. I am so grateful for this app. Now, the only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars would be due to a recommend I have for the creators, they should create a watch or something that can track your sleep & in the morning provide meditations, music, sleep stories that reflected how you slept the night before. For example, if someone woke up a lot, or of people were waking up frequently and having a hard time going back to sleep & maybe making suggestions for a meditation they could choose that one as more personal, or for anxiety with sleep or sleeplessness, things like that. I don’t know that would be my only recommendation, but overall and amazing app that’s worth the price.
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  • Apr 14, 2021

    By Camie Escobar
    I love Calm's sleep stories but I wish there was a way to play it on a loop or that it could play several stories consecutively. I usually fall asleep during the story but then wake up after it's finished and have to open the app and start a new one. It needs a continuous play option. It would also be nice if they had a month to month pay option. $75-$80 is a lot to pay at once for an app but approximately $6-$7 a month is much more manageable.
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  • Great but needs more voices Dec 3, 2020

    By nmbr1sk8r
    I love this app and use it all the time. Loads of new content added constantly. The length of the meditations is perfect. I love the series like 7 days of calm, 7 days of sleep, etc. the breathing exercises are so helpful. One area for improvement would be that currently most of the meditations, especially new content, is narrated by the same woman. It would be really helpful if these same sessions were recorded with a male voice, so listeners could have an option. It would also be helpful if there were a more diverse selection of voices throughout the meditations. (This is done in the master classes and sleep stories, but I’d like to see it in the meditations too). A second area would be a review of the content of the gratitude meditations, which make assumptions and are therefore injurious for some listeners. For example I am in the middle of fighting a long term disease. Suggestions like you should be grateful for your health are not helpful and actually harmful for me. I’d really like to cultivate more gratitude but I can’t get through any of these meditations without being triggered. A review by someone working with diverse populations could help this. Other than this, I love the app. It has been designed so well and my mental health has improved dramatically since starting to use it. Highly recommended!
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  • Apr 12, 2021

    By Piet Wiersma
    Great app, personally used the free version for a while before deciding to try a year of premium. Although the free version has relatively little content in terms of guided meditations (I think even less so when it comes to soundscapes and sleep stories, for which I don't use the app myself), it was still useful enough to keep using it occasionally simply because of the way the app looks and feels (I really dig the nature backgrounds and sounds), is structured, and allows you to keep track of your progress. This is one of the reasons I like this app better than something like Headspace, not necessarily because the one is better than the other in absolute terms, but rather because Calm is a better fit (I'm not so much into the look, gamification and overly structured method that Headspace employs although this might work for many others). Anyway, suffice it to say that the premium version has a lot more to offer and has genuinely helped me to get a habit going, which I decided was valuable enough for me to pay the yearly fee at least once. Unfortunately, the last update has brought along a few bugs. For some reason my progress in the "7 Days of..." meditations does not update properly anymore and sticks to the same days I reached prior to the update. Although I think I managed to 'solve' this problem by switching to Tamara as the narrator (I usually use John Armstrong's voice) and then skipping to the end of the episode to let it register my progress. So it may have something to do with that.
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  • Calm Review Sep 21, 2020

    By YourLocalCalmUser
    I really don’t like how you have to pay to get good stuff. That makes me stressed which takes away the purpose of the app Calm. Now, I understand that, with all of the items this app has, it has to cost money, but maybe, you could make more stuff free, like maybe a seven day program or something. Maybe that would hook more users and convince them to pay for the rest. Just a thought. Without paying, the only things you really can do are the daily check ins, the little reflection thing, and a timed meditation. Once someone gets bored of that, they’ll probably delete the app. You need a better way to get their attention. For example, I got the Sleep Cycle app, and I am very happy about it. It does have things that cost money, but not nearly as much money, or as many things that need money as Calm does. Most of the things in Calm cost a lot of money, and the things that are free are the things that aren’t the most helpful. Maybe this is an advertisement tactic? I’m not sure. However, in the Sleep Cycle app, the only thing that costs money is the Statistics which, honestly, I probably wouldn’t use that much. Also, it’s a lot cheaper. The things you can do without money are really cool; download the app to check it out! Over all, I have to give Calm three stars because of this, and it’s not just because it costs money, but also because of the amount of things that cost money and how much it costs. Sincerely, your local Calm user
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  • Ad Recommendation Dec 8, 2020

    By UnluckyLadybug
    I just wanted to leave a recommendation. There was an ad I got where you seemed to be walking down a hall that always turned right. The walls seemed really close on both sides. That is terrifying. In fact, people purposely do that in horror games to create terror. Just want to let you know, and this is coming from a psychology student. I seriously thought something was gonna pop out at me and when I heard it was an app called “Calm” I was worried you guys knew nothing of the sort. Terror is suspense, terror is build-up and a feeling that something is there. That’s what makes good horror games. But not an ad to help with anxiety, I can tell you that much. It made me so scared! Haha. When I checked your app, I loved the aura. I loved the colors. But I also have to say this. If you’re gonna add all these extra expenses, just put it out for that amount. If you make this downloadable on different consoles and platforms, you have more excuses to put it out for an amount too. Some consoles and platforms have all their apps at an expense. I can appreciate your business and understand if you want a profit (who doesn’t.). Just, being up-front is better than saying “Unlock this app you just downloaded” basically. I know nothing of business, though. I just know that I’m cheap. The free trial is a good idea, but understand people have other options, and everyone is struggling during this time with money, too.
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  • Pls read Jun 24, 2020

    By a ds42gme
    Dear calm, I have had your app since my middle school years. I’ve got to say, your app was AMAZING with 15 sleep stories and 2 and 1/2 meditations, this wasn’t a problem for me because I also use headspace. Yes, they're your competition but I wasn't choosing sides. Anyways, over time you guys added feature that you really focused on for 2 weeks at a time and just gave up on it. Next, you decreased the amount of sleep stories which was ha a huge problem for me because I was NOT getting enough sleep to keep my grades up. It got so bad that I stole my mother's phone just to sleep (she Had the Premium subscription). So I was like, ”ok, I'll just use headspace ONLY for sleep and calm for meditation. Then, you took away the 7 days of calm AKA: YOUR MAIN TRIAL AND ONLY TRIAL MEDITATION LEFT after you premiumfied the 7 days of something (forgot). I mean like BRU, I have other options. I started using headspace which is a great alternative if you don't have much money. I recommend bringing back some stuff from premium and reduce the price. To counteract this, put one 15 second ad at the beginning. Of every session of meditation for people without premium. Therefore, there is more than one reason to get it and it's CHEAPER. That's a win-win situation. I hope you come to the right decision. Whatever it is, I probably wouldn't stop using the app. Thank you for your time.
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  • Free features aren’t bad, but a few issues. Jan 31, 2019

    By Alice Valkyrie
    I recently re-downloaded this app and like the free features (when I downloaded it years ago one of my favorite features was “Scenes,” so as long as I have access to those for free, this app will stay on my phone). However, it’s a bit annoying that I now have a “Daily Calm Perception” notification on my screen that is locked and that I can’t remove. I don’t purchase app subscriptions, though I would be more than willing to support this app by individually buying content I was interested in as one-time purchases). If you don’t plan on allowing users to buy content separately, can you please at least give us the option to only view non-subscription content if we wish (with no content we can’t access clogging up the screen)? I read another review stating that some of the music was available to non-subscribers. It all appears locked for me. Can you clarify please? Also, are all 7 days for any of the meditations unlocked for free users? I just listened to the first day of “7 Days of Calming Anxiety” but I don’t think I can listen to the second one (or even repeat day one w/o subscribing, which is a bit ridiculous IMO). Please consider alternative payment models in the future. I’d love to support the app, just not with a subscription.
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  • Apr 13, 2021

    By A Google user
    I find the app helpful in calming mind and body. However after several attempts to contact company I wish to advise that after switching to a new phone half way thru the year I had to download app again and could only use it free for 7 days. There was no opportunity to get my subscription for a year added to my new phone and now the company are about to renew a new membership and I expect I will not be able to use that either. So I am not happy with this company. Dominic
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  • Apr 16, 2021

    By Michael Martin
    so much of this app is pay walled. the problem isn't having to pay. they should be allowed to make money, but EVERY single section is 95% pay wall and 5% free. I'm not being hyperbolic about it either. i just wanted white noise, NOPE. it well put together but unless you do a trial. you can't really try much of anything. they don't need to start giving a busch of content away for free. just separate them better. it sucks to find something you want to try and all 10 options are locked away.
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  • Apr 18, 2021

    By Owen Beynon
    There's a lot of content, which is great. Needs a choice of voices or a more British focused section. I didn't find the main lady's voice very soothing; she voices most of the courses, so I'm afraid I won't be taking out the full subscription after my trail. Reply to developer note: fully aware I can swap narrators for some sessions, but not for all, such as the 'daily calms'. I post my feedback in good faith, it's up to you whether it's taken on board.
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  • Apr 16, 2021

    By Will Endean
    What has happened to this app?! The menus are now so confusing and not user friendly - lullabies (our main use for the app) are scattered under different headings, my offline music has gone and it tells me to click the cloud to download - within the file the cloud is ticked to show it's already downloaded so why has it gone from the 'available offline' section? Something has gone horribly wrong on the last update and needs fixing ASAP. Not happy paying premium for an app that doesn't work!!!
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  • Not great for the chronically ill Nov 10, 2020

    By straea
    I downloaded this app when Apple recommended it. I have tried several guided meditation apps and am always open to the possibility of finding another one to add to my options for meditating alone. I could not open the app the first time without agreeing to be charged a subscription at the end of a one-week free trial. The app then asked me a few questions to try to determine what to recommend — how familiar I am with meditation, how often I meditate, and what I’d like to focus on in guided meditation. It then recommended I try a one-week course on stress. I figured I would give it a try, but I did not make it 60 seconds into the very first lesson before the person leading the meditation falsely claimed that a variety of physical chronic illnesses are *caused by* stress, the same utter garbage that some people claimed to me way back when I was diagnosed over 20 years ago. I immediately stopped the course but decided to try something else before giving up on the app. I tried a few of the daily meditations, but like another recent reviewer, I found the style of the person who always leads them doesn’t really mesh with my style. Then I had an anxiety attack and only later realized that I had forgotten this app was on my phone when doing things to calm myself. At that point I finally deleted it.
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  • Most meditations guided by the same person Aug 6, 2020

    By Madelyn Michelle
    After having calm for several months now, I’ve enjoyed exploring to the variety of content from masterclasses to music to meditation. I also like the approach calm takes in encouraging you to develop your own daily practice of mindfulness. However, the main reason why I purchased calm was for the large library of meditations. However the bulk of new meditations come from the daily meditation which is always guided by the same person, Tamara Levitt. She also guides many of the meditation series they have available. Unfortunately I don’t enjoy how Tamara does her meditations and I find them more distracting than helpful. Because of this I find myself avoiding her meditations and whenever there is a choice for another voice I’ll pick it, but there are only so many of these. And, if you’re not doing the daily meditations, it doesn’t take too long before you feel like you’re running out of content. Calm is great if you enjoy Tamara’s meditations, but your kind of out of a deal if you don’t. I just think its unfortunate that there isn’t more variety in the voices available and authors coming out with new content. My wish would be for calm to at least have a second choice for the voice of the daily calm.
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  • Apr 10, 2021

    By Daniel Asa
    Dishonest: My wife and I purchased the full membership after a trial period in December 2020. During the time there was a New Year's sale that was reasonable for the services offered. After purchase we noticed they charged us the full $70 and when called they said it is not their problem. I would be very hesitant in any purchases from this company as they do not honor their advertising.
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  • Apr 10, 2021

    By Kyla Marshall
    Keeps changing the sound profile to silent, despite it not having any permissions outside of overlay. It makes the app unusable. Emailed support with no reply. I've loved this app for years. I've had a premium account for years. It's really disappointing. There are so many apps out there now, I'll be finding another. PRO tip. If you sign up for the trial, go in and cancel it right away. You'll still get the trial time but it won't autocharge after.
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  • Apr 14, 2021

    By Richard Shay
    Massively optimistic with the price, given that 90% of the content can be found for free elsewhere. Also really don't like their approach to 'free' where it's basically a long con to get your money. App is glitchy af. Rather get Waking Up, which has excellent original content and gives you an unlimited free account if needed. Calm also doesn't teach you tomorrow meditate, it just takes you on guided meditations, so Waking Up is far better there too as you're receiving instruction. Stay away.
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  • Apr 10, 2021

    By Pradnya Gaikwad
    This used to be such an amazing app. I used to love just listening to the calming music while working or just sitting back an relaxing. All the music is locked now. The app just sits there occupying space. The new version is ridiculous.
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  • It’s a great app but... Nov 18, 2020

    By canarylarry
    This is a really great app and I absolutely love how it greets you and has a daily check in thing. But I wish everything didn’t need premium!!! I mean I get it. You have to make some money out of it...but everything being locked just adds more stress (which defeats the purpose of the app :/). I have deleted this app numerous times because of this reason and every time I redownload it more things are locked. And I was really upset when I saw the Winnie the Pooh thing was locked 🥺😔This is a great app....to the ppl with premium :| So therefore I came up with a few suggestions ^•^ My first suggestion is to have it to where you can watch an ad and that meditation session is unlocked or everything is unlocked for however many hours. Honestly I would rather have an ad after every other meditation than have all of them locked. Another suggestion I have is for if you didn’t like the first one; just have like maybe half of the meditations locked and a few of the free ones has like half of their sessions locked. Also I would really like it if some of the music was unlocked (being a musician myself I love listening to calming instrumental 🥰) Please consider my suggestions and thank you for taking time to read this, have a great day!! ^•^
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