Wonderful addition to my meditation library I read one of the books written by the developer and he mentioned this app. I have been meditating for over a decade and I'm super picky. Like some of the other reviews, I think a few of the people speak too quickly, but you adjust and the content is worth it. I LOVE the gratitude one and do it daily along with my plum village one. The dude's accent is something else and never fails to fascinate me and add to the experience. Have recommended to several friends who need to start small.
Soothing, calming, and unbelievably relaxing I bought this after reading a quick little blurb about it in a magazine. This app is amazing. There are nights when insomnia grips me and will not let go, but if I listen to one of the many guided meditations I truly can let go, relax, and drift off in a very peaceful slumber. Only to awaken much later on when my bladder or alarm does so. Highly recommended!
Best meditation app I've used I'm so sorry there are disgruntled users out there who can't find it, or think the women speaks too fast etc. , but I searched for the app with my droid search engine, then opened it right up. There are so many different mediations that, if you don't like one voice, just pick another one. It's beautifully laid out and super easy to use. I highly recommend paying $2.99 for it. It is a best buy for me!
Most useful app i have I love Bhuddify, such a friendly interface and great way to break anyone in to becoming more mindful. It teaches techniques that can easily be used later. Simple short recordings that can suddenly shift your entire perspective. Different voices each time so you dont get sick of any of them. Its just perfect i wouldn't change anything about this app.
Fantastic app, especially for the price. Heard about it from Buddhist Geeks podcast and decided to check it out. I do meditations at home in the morning when I have time, or on the bus/walk to work and it helps me not get stressed out like my fellow travelers. I do have one bug fix to mention, and it might be just on my phone - Samsung Galaxy S6 Android 5.1.1. For some reason, even if I exit out of the audio player back to the main screen, when I go to use my phone again I get the Buddhify icon that tells me the app is playing audio. It's not, of course, but for some reason it looks like there's a disconnect in the API layer on suspend state that isn't communicating to the notifications. Not a deal breaker, just something I figured I would report as a fellow dev, in case you weren't aware.
Found the voice a bit fast I like the interface and the variety, but compared to headspace which has a soothing voice, this app the narrator talks too fast which does not go well in the meditation mode. Will use more and come back - its my day 1 with this app - initial impressions.
Small bug fix release.