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Find wellbeing apps through Best For You

Why apps?​

There are a range of mental health and wellbeing apps available.

If someone has a mental health problem, apps aren’t always a replacement for other forms of support, like medication or talking to a professional. But apps can play a really important part in helping us look after our wellbeing and mental health.

Apps tend to be quick to access, without a waiting list, and you can control how often (and when) you use them. Many apps are free – and you don’t need a referral from anyone to give them a go.

If you need urgent support, text NATTER to 85258 or visit the Get help now page.

Choosing an app with Best For You

There are over 350,000 digital healthcare apps available – a pretty overwhelming amount. It can be difficult to narrow down which apps to try, especially if you haven’t used a wellbeing app before, or if you’re not sure which you can trust.

The Best For You website has a small selection of some of the best wellbeing and mental health apps available. The apps are designed to support you with different things in different ways – some have information, while others have audio for meditation and mindfulness, or interactive tools.

Every app on this site can be used for free – some are entirely free, while others have some optional paid-for features.

Find the right app for you

Use the links below to explore the apps on the Best For You website.

All apps
Apps for Apple devices
Apps for Android devices
Apps you can use in your browser
Entirely free apps
Apps that help you to support others
Apps to track your mood
Apps with journals
Apps with audio exercises

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