Which country downloads health and wellness apps more than any other?


Health and wellness apps are on the rise and the latest data shows the country that downloads apps more than any other is Australia, Australians.

According to the comparison service USwitch, the sun-bathed country ranks highest in the world for users of health apps with the most searches to help track everything from our sleep, weight and weight. not.

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In total, there have been over 100,000 searches in the past five years, which places Australia at the top of the list for the highest per capita search rate in the world.

Recently, it was also revealed that up to 75% of mobile users downloaded health apps during the Covid-19 lockdown period in 2020.

Headspace followed by Calm were the two most popular apps and other meditation apps like Insight Timer, which launched in Australia, also top the list.

Headspace application: With 80 million downloads, Headspace is the health application par excellence and has a rating of 4.9. After a 7-day free trial, it costs AU $ 69.99 for an annual subscription. It offers hundreds of meditations, sleep exercises, bedtime sounds and relaxation, as well as many exercises for the mind and body.

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Quiet application: It also has 80 million downloads. Sleep more, stress less, live better is his motto. First, you organize what you want to focus on, whether that’s practicing gratitude, building self-esteem, or reducing stress. There are over 100 guided meditations. Cost $ 79.99 after your free trial.

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Insight Timer app: This meditation app has 18 million downloads. It lets you enjoy free guided meditations with model Gisele Bundchen, British comedian Russel Brand, actress Goldie Hawn and author Elizabeth Gilbert. It also offers special live events and music. Much of it is free and certainly easier than Headspace and Calm to access free material, although there is some premium content available for purchase.

Find out more here.

Garmin app: You can’t handle what you can’t measure. The Garmin app syncs with your phone and measures steps, heart rate, or kilometers traveled. It’s like having your own personal trainer on your wrist. Also discover Garmin’s Women of Adventure, which celebrates the women who live their passion on land, in the air and at sea.

Learn more here.


Sam D. Gomez