Relax with Calm, a simple mindfulness meditation app featured in the New York Times and LifeHacker, that will bring more clarity, joy, and peace of mind into your life, at work or at home.
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Most features ofthis app are accessible with VoiceOver. However, some buttons are not clearly labeled. I have contacted the developers about this but have not heard back from them yet. Please feel free to do the same.
VoiceOver reads most page elements.
Most buttons are clearly labeled.
There are some minor accessibility issues with this app, but they are easy to deal with.
the app has a subscription feature if you want to get more than the basic guided meditations included in the free version.
Haven't Tried This But...
A sighted neighbor of mine actually has this app for his iPad and likes it. I briefly checked out their website and it seems to read well with VoiceOver. Perhaps I'll get this app when I get my iPhone and am good enough on it, but I think I'll just stick with the free stuff. It's too bad that the Mac app called Relax isn't available in the US app store. I don't have an anxiety issue or anything like that, but relaxation is always good.
hi all is there a podcast on this app? i don't quite understand how the app works. the meditations just seems to be sounds, not guided, or they paid features? the "possible text" in ios 11 reads some, but not all of the buttons. also, when i select the "daily calm" again, is that in the free version? what is included if one subscribed?