Mindfulness and meditation techniques are a proven way to improve your mental wellbeing and ability to concentrate. Many of those require solitude. Sway was developed in collaboration with Danish mental wellness company PauseAble to let you practice "interactive meditation" in a variety of environments. Using a combination of soothing visuals, peaceful music, on-screen instructions, and audio cues, it encourages you to focus on slow, continuous body movements to help you focus and relax. There are multiple "levels" to work through, ensuring that the experience doesn't get stale as you progress, and since it's designed to work with headphones, you can use it anywhere you have enough room to move.

  • Hater

    Most dating apps look for things you and potential mates both like. Hater is a new dating app that takes the opposite approach, basing your raw matches on lists of things you both hate, from important topics like politics to simple annoyances like social etiquette and fashion. Like Tinder, you'll still get to anonymously swipe left or right on potential matches, but unlike Tinder, you'll have a built-in list of things to bitch about together if/when you finally meet face-to-face.

  • Countable

    It doesn't matter what your politics are — keeping yourself better informed and making your opinions known to your representatives makes for a stronger democracy. Countable makes it as easy as browsing your social feeds. It offers short, non-partisan summaries of news and upcoming legislations, providing unbiased arguments both for and against each bill, and also lets you send video message to your reps, or post opinions/votes on upcoming issues. It's old-school advocacy for a busy modern world.

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