Meditation app ZenFriend which has hit Apple’s AppStore three weeks ago now has more than 2,000 users, approaching 1,000 meditation sessions per week, and averaging 18 minutes and 10 seconds per session.
Leveraging modern smartphone technology, ZenFriend is a tool for the digital age, to help meditators with their practice.The application comes with an easy-to-grasp UI, featuring nice-lookin’, customizable meditation timer, used for logging meditation practices.
According to ZenFriend’s co-founder Remo Uherek, the creation of the app was inspired by the popular fitness app RunKeeper. “I have been using RunKeeper for over a year and it has greatly improved my running practice, keeping me motivated and accountable. Over time the idea came up to build something similar for my meditation practice”, he said.
Leveraging modern smartphone technology, ZenFriend is a tool for the digital age, to help meditators with their practice. The company aspires to build a global community with possibly millions of users, to motivate and inspire one another.