Meditation apps are struggling to remain calm
U.S. · MEDIA
August 16, 20221 min read220 words
Published: August 16, 2022  |  1 min read220 words
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Aug 23
The author does a very superficial analysis of the data on meditation apps' user engagement decline, basically just repeating what the source says — that people are using Calm and Headspace less often — and adding some smug comments to it. There isn't a conclusion or prediction of any kind, just a plain 'who can say?' when it comes to the reason behind it all."
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