The app features guided meditations, music and talks posted by contributing experts. The app made Time magazine's list of 50 best apps for 2016. In 2018 it had over four million users and was cited by The New York Times as "the most popular free meditation app." It was originally developed by Brad Fullmer and purchased by Australian brothers Christopher and Nicholas Plowman in 2015.
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