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The 6 Best Yoga Apps of 2020

Three screenshots of the Glo app for iOS.

You don’t need to attend a yoga studio in person to take a class if you’ve got a smartphone or a tablet. These top yoga apps offer both free and premium yoga videos that you can follow along with at home, as if you were taking a real class.

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The Most Extensive Library for Yoga, Pilates and Meditation: Glo

Three screenshots of the Glo app for iOS.
What We Like
  • Offers pilates and meditation in addition to yoga.

  • 3,800+ classes available.

  • Programs available for long-term practices.

What We Don’t Like
  • Premium subscription is a must in order to use.

  • Performance issues on Android platform.

Formerly YogaGlo, Glo is the ultimate «Netflix for yoga» platform. You pay a small monthly fee and can take as many as classes as you want led by some of the world’s best yoga teachers. Glo’s library is very extensive, so there’s something for everybody—from 10-minute restorative yoga sessions, to 90-minute advanced practices.

Pricing: $22.99 per month.

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Best for Beginners Learning the Basics: Daily Yoga

What We Like
  • Access to 500+ asanas for beginners.

  • Smart coach to help you pick your classes.

  • Community support.

What We Don’t Like
  • Free version has lots of ads.

  • UI and navigation aren’t the most intuitive.

Daily yoga is one of the best yoga apps out there for beginners looking to learn the basics of proper form and alignment before moving on to more intermediate and advanced practices. It also has one of the biggest and best online communities, with yoga practitioners from all over the world involved in discussions about yoga philosophy.

Pricing: Free with upgrade options for 9.99 to $12.99 per month.

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High-Intensity Yoga Workouts: Asana Rebel

What We Like
  • Combines yoga with high-intensity training for a stronger workout.

  • Resources on how to train, eat and sleep better.

  • Access to moving meditations.

What We Don’t Like
  • Free offering appears to become more limited over time.

  • Limited use with casting workouts onto large screen devices.

Asana Rebel is the perfect yoga app for yogis who want less of a traditional yoga practice and more of a workout. This app’s workouts are designed to pump up the energy and intensity so you can sweat, burn fat, and build muscle.

Pricing: Free with premium subscriptions starting at $9.99 per month.

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Customized Sessions: Yoga Studio: Mind and Body

What We Like
  • Quick and easy to create fully custom practices.

  • Library of 280 poses with images, instructions, benefits and more.

  • Options to practice by teacher instruction, pose name or chime sound.

What We Don’t Like
  • Limited ready-made yoga classes and meditations.

  • No free offering after 7-day trial is up.

Yoga Studio is a favorite yoga app among beginners who want to slowly perfect their asanas and practitioners looking to modify their practice due to injury. The app allows users to build their own practice for an extremely customized experience, creating full videos that flow seamlessly together.

Pricing: 7-day free trial with a premium subscription of $9.99.

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Offline Yoga Anytime: Pocket Yoga

What We Like
  • Access to over 200 images with built-in dictionary of instructions and benefits.

  • No need to be connected to the internet or use data.

  • Ability to play music from your own music library while practicing.

What We Don’t Like
  • Small library of sessions compared to other apps.

  • Previously free, now $3 to $4 depending on platform.

Pocket Yoga is the app you need when you’re on the go and need to get your practice in. Unlike other apps, which feature teachers and practitioners in their videos, Pocket Yoga guides your practice with beautifully designed animations and soothing voice instruction to show the correct posture and alignment.

Pricing: $2.99 for iOS, $3.99 for Android.

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Flexible Practices to Fit Your Style: Downdog

What We Like
  • Easily customizable modules.

  • Knowledgeable instructors.

  • Straightforward app.

What We Don’t Like
  • Not a lot of extras.

  • Additional resources could be helpful to new users.

Downdog is a great app for mobile devices that lets you choose the type and length of practice, as well as many other options like voice, pace, and music, so you can create the yoga practice that fits your needs in the moment. The app is straightforward and easy to use, though you won’t find a lot of extras included.

Pricing: Free trial. Monthly subscription: $7.99; Yearly: $49.99.

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