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Last updated: May 31, 2022

10 Apps To Help You Get Through Quarantine

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10 Apps To Help Improve Your Mental, Physical & Financial Health

The extended stay-home order is taking a toll on pretty much everyone’s mental, physical and financial health, so we’ve complied a list of 10 apps that you can download on your phone, tablet or computer to help get you through quarantine. Keep scrolling to get our picks! Plus, if you have a few of your own to add, head to the forum to share them with the BTC fam!


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Mental Health


1. Headspace

If you find yourself struggling with being present because of stress and anxiety, then Headspace is the app for you. It helps the user practice guided meditation and mindfulness so you can feel less stressed, more focused and even sleep better at night. 


2. Moodrise

If meditating is not your thing, the Moodrise app uses the power of science to naturally elevate your mood with a series of images, video and audio that positively impact brain chemistry. It even has mood-tracking features to monitor any patterns or changes overtime.


3. Talkspace

If you find yourself needing more of a professional approach, Talkspace is the way to go. The app pairs you with a licensed therapist who you can speak to through text or video messages. Talkspace even works with different companies, health plans and educational organizations to make therapy more accessible and affordable, if the monthly fee is too pricey right now. 





Personal Finance


4. Mint

Mint comes from the makers of TurboTax® and helps you organize your financial life. The app keeps track of your bank accounts, credit cards, bills and investments so you can track your spending and see where you can save money.


5. Digit

If you want to save money without thinking about it, Digit is the perfect app for you! Digit is designed to analyze your spending and automatically save the right amount based on your financial habits. You can also create custom savings plans for the app to specifically store money away.


6. Acorns

If you’ve been meaning to get into the stock market, Acorns allows you to do that for only $1 per month. The app links to your bank account and invests for you using the spare change from your everyday purchases. Plus, you don’t have to know anything about the stock market to get started!




7. BTC University

What better way to use this downtime than to pick up a new skill or try a new technique? BTC University has over 100 hours of cutting, coloring and styling education from some of the industry’s top hairstylists, like Chris Appleton (@chrisappleton1), Larisa Love (@larisadoll), Chris Jones (@chrisjones_hair) and Liz Haven (@lizhaven), that you can watch right on your phone. Plus, right now you can get a subscription for only one dollar a day!


Physical Health



If you find yourself snacking a bit too much during quarantine and need to tone up, check out the NEOU fitness app! NEOU features thousands of fitness courses from kick boxing to choreography at different class lengths, fitness levels, body focuses and more to fit your perfect workout needs.


9. Tone It Up: Workout & Fitness

Tone It Up offers a variety of on-demand workouts designed specifically for women. The app offers full workouts in strength training, HIIT, yoga, barre, kettlebell, kickboxing, cardio, dance, pregnancy, and postnatal, plus recipes to help you meet your fitness goals.


10. Nike Training Club

With over 185 free workouts for all levels, the Nike Training Club is a great app to use to get guided workouts, personalized recommendations and nutrition advice, plus track your runs and physical activity outside the app. Workouts run between 15 to 45 minutes and vary from beginner, intermediate and advanced with low, moderate and high intensity levels.