Pause Android App Review

| January 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Our fast lives is inadvertently building stress in our minds and bodies. Hence it is important that you systematically take time to unwind and relax. Pause app for Android provides you an easy enough way to focus and relieve stress. The app may be downloaded for $1.99 from Google Play Store.

Relax Anywhere, Anytime

If you intently focus on something, your mind will be diverted from your worries and other aspects that is causing stress. Based on the ancient principles of Tai Chi and mindfulness practice, Pause app for Android also uses such a technique to relieve stress. The best part is that you can use it anytime, anywhere. In Pause for Android, you move your fingertip following a dot on the screen. By slowly and continuously moving your fingertip across the screen, Pause app for Android triggers the body’s ‘rest and digest’ response, quickly helping you regain focus and release stress within minutes. The calming audiovisual feedback in Pause app is designed to help you keep your attention and focus in the present moment. The app developers claim that it has been continuously tested and validated using EEG-technology.

Pause Android App Review

The bottom-line is that by making you attempt to follow the dot, Pause app tries to keep your focus away from the thoughts that is stressing you out. It is the same thing that happens while you do yoga, workout in the gym, or simply run/walk in the morning. I’d personally tested Pause for Android and I felt that unless you focus intensely on the screen, it serves no real purpose. The UI has nothing much to boast about. It has the dot and circle, and the only apparent customization is the color. I found the app to be stable and responsive as well. It requires Android OS 2.3+.

An Interactive Tool to Quickly Regain Focus

To sum it up, Pause app for Android gives a digital incarnation to the ancient principles of Tai Chi and mindfulness practice. You can do it anywhere and anytime and don’t need an internet connection. But its success depends on how well you can focus on your mobile screen. The reviewer felt you can relax better using yoga than moving your fingertips on the mobile phone screen, and hence $1.99 is not a worthy price tag to pay. But then different people unwind differently, and Pause for Android might work for some of them. Check it out yourself and see if it works for you.

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