The application is good, but only for a couple uses. There are only 5 different flows and those are basically copies of each other with two different poses per. It doesn't have the full functionality of the Apple store version, specifically you can't use others flows on the website or make your own. The developers also don't reply to any emails. Overall the idea is good, it's a shame they have abandoned it and gave it a halfassed Android port. Look for something else.
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The variations of ocean, desert or mountain are great; the options meet your needs depending the type of flow, duration and difficulty level. I'm still on the beginner level but I'm hoping as I progress the app will challenge me. I'm not sure if there is a way to choose different music, I thought maybe the music was associated with the various environments but that does not appear to be the case.
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I'm a beginner at yoga; this app is easy to follow, has a clean interface and nice relaxing music. The voice instructor is not robotic sounding as some other apps I've tried. It gives breathing techniques during the poses and also explanations for each pose once selected. The transition from one pose to the next seems to go extremely fast. If there were an option to slow down or speed up the pace, based on skill level this would be a 5 🌟 app.. IMO. Still, by far the best yoga app I've tried.
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