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10 Best Yoga Apps, Based On User Reviews
10 Best Yoga Apps, Based On User Reviews
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Between Apple's App Store and Google Play, there are so many yoga apps to choose from right now that it can be overwhelming to pick which one you want to download. Don't let decision fatigue interrupt your flow, though. Instead, check out this list of 10 top-rated yoga apps for iOS and Android devices. It's been compiled based on overall rankings and the number of reviews. (Some have as many as 30,000!)
Each one is worth the storage space on your phone, according the thousands of people who use them to practice, and free to download. But it's worth noting that most require some type of membership commitment in order to access their classes. There is, however, one below that is entirely free to use, and others whose subscription fees start for less than $10 per month. To put that into perspective, that's unlimited access for about half the cost of the average yoga class in a studio.

Speaking of IRL asana practices. Sure, one of the benefits of going to a yoga studio is working out with the best instructors in the biz, but thanks to technology, you can still do that with apps like Peloton Digital, which made the cut, because they offer the chance to drop in on live classes through their platforms.

Even better? Have you ever been to a yoga class where you can tell the instructor what you want to do? Well, you can do just that with many of the apps a huge plus if customizable workouts are your jam.

Whether you're looking to start a new yoga practice, or are a seasoned pro, these 10 best yoga apps are a great way to learn the basics or change things up. Besides, nothing beats the convenience of being able to flow on your own from the comfort of own living room, right?

Keep reading for 10 of top-rated yoga apps on Apple iTunes right now.

1. Glo (Formerly YogaGlo)

Free to download; memberships starting at $22.99 per month

One of the top-ranked yoga apps on the Apple App Store, Glo promises to offer a level of practice that fits your style and needs. Whether you're looking for a beginner's yoga class or a meditation sessionyou'll find an option on this app. The preferences are super customizable, tooyou can also filter based on time of day, style, level and duration.

Average rating: 4.9 stars
Number of ratings: 11.7K
Reviewer Rave: "There is such a wealth of knowledge, intention, customization, and variation in types of yogic practices, as well as professionally trained teachers. I have been using [Glo] for about four years now and am very pleased with the app for my iPhone or iPad. I seriously cannot recommend this app and program enough."
2. Asana Rebel

Free to download; memberships starting at $19.99 per month

With nearly 30,000 reviews on Apple iTunes, alone, Asana Rebel is one of the most-popular and top-rated yoga apps out there. Plus, it offers way more than yoga with guided meditations, high-intensity workouts , plus other challenges and content within the app.

Average Rating: 4.6 stars
Number of ratings: 28.9K
Reviewer Rave: "Ive been doing yoga regularly for a few months now, and Ive never had such a motivating, smooth, and exhausting, but enjoyable, workout. I felt like they did an amazing job of structuring truly full workouts in,to the yoga sessions, and this could easily be the only app one uses to stay fit."

3. Gaia

Free to download; $11.99 monthly subscription fee

If you want to seriously Zen out, then the Gaia yoga app is for you. It focuses on merging mindfulness and spirituality with your yoga practice. Although, even if that's not your thing, you're still bound to find a video that you like since Gaia's video library includes over 8,000 workouts.

Average Rating: 4.8 stars
Number of ratings: 39.4K
Reviewer Rave: "The content is always getting better and better, and I love knowing that I have this wealth of quality, mind-expanding information at the touch of a button."
4. Peloton Digital

Free to download; $19.49 monthly subscription fee

Peloton may be known for its in-home treadmills and bikes, but the brand's fitness app offers even more than cardio workouts including yoga classes. Top instructors teach live sessions streamed from Peloton's New York City studios every day on the app, and you can also choose from a variety of on-demand videos to flow whenever you feel like it.

Average Rating: 4.9 stars
Number of ratings: 56.4k
Reviewer Rave: "Everything about Peloton is a yes! The convenience, the variety of instructors, the community, and the platform are all amazing."
5. Yoga | Down Dog

Free to download; memberships starting at $3.99 per month

Get bored doing the same flow over and over? With this yoga app, you'll never do the same class twice since it can configure over 300,000 different workouts for you. You can choose from seven different instructors too, and the music changes dynamically to be in synch with your breath for each class.

Average Rating: 4.9 stars
Number of Ratings: 74k
Reviewer Rave: "I like how I can customize the practice options. Length, focus on a body part or function, type of music, speed, instructor, and more. As a beginner, I love the reminders for breathing sprinkled in, as well as reminders to adjust the posture so you are getting it correct."
6. Daily Yoga


Free to download; memberships starting at $9.99 per month

If you're new to yoga, the Daily Yoga app can help you learn the basics before diving into more advanced classes and flows. The app offers a 2-week program just for beginners to learn the basics, and if you're advancedthere are plenty of options for you too. The app also offers a community platform feature where you can connect with other yogis and experts.

Average rating: 4.8 stars
Number of ratings: 51.6K
Reviewer Rave: "I've always been interested in yoga but never really knew what to do. They have a test you can do before you start to see how flexible and strong you are, and then they base the workouts off of that. All around a great app! And I feel so much better and less tense or stressed."
7. Yoga for Beginners


Yoga for Beginners offers a simple, no-frills, guided yoga experience perfect for those who just want to focus on the practice and poses, and nothing else. The app provides videos for demoing new poses, and most flows are voice guided with step-by-step instructions for each pose.

Average rating: 4.8 stars
Number of reviews: 22.7K
Reviewer Rave: "This app is an easy way to incorporate yoga in to daily life. As a busy mom of eight, it's often hard to get downtime in. In stressful moments, I can take a 610 minute break and calm my mind and heart. I love that it's simple, has calming music, and has easy videos and directions for unfamiliar poses."
8. Yoga Studio: Mind and Body

Free to download; memberships starting from $9.99 per month

If you want a customizable yoga practice experience, plus guided meditations, check out the Yoga Studio app. It has over 150 unique classes and a "Create your own Class" feature that lets you stitch together parts of your favorites sequences to create something custom based on what you want to do that day.

Average rating: 4.3 stars
Number of reviews: 9.97K
Reviewer Rave: "The variety is impressive. In over a month of practicing at least three times per week, I've only repeated classes because I like them. There is plenty of content to do a new class every day. I also like being able to create my own 'mixes' from other classes."
9. Find What Feels Good

Free to download; $9.99 monthly subscription fee

One of the OG yoga YouTube stars, Adriene from , is back with an app that features all of her feel-good yoga content. A subscription gets you 100+ hours of yoga and meditation class content that you can download and watch later (even offline), which is perfect for travel or when you want to workout but the WiFi is spotty.

Average review: 4.3 stars
Number of ratings: 9.97K ratings
Reviewer Rave: "The right instructor makes a huge difference, and Adriene is truly gifted. Many of the practices, like the Chakra series, are unique to this app (and the community), and why I just can't give it up, ever."
10. Lotus Yoga and Workout

Free to download; memberships starting from $18.99 per month

If you like having options, then you'll like the Lotus Yoga and Workout App. The app offers hundreds of different classes for all levels, and has a custom class builder feature if you want to get creative and make your own flow for the day.

Average rating: 4.9 stars
Number of reviews: 1.68K
Reviewer Rave: "As a yogi of seven years, I was excited to find an app that not only presents beginner and intermediate sequences, but advanced options as well. The interface is smooth and easy to usewith detailed descriptions and instructions of the poses, which makes learning new asanas a breeze."

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