The Top Mental Health Apps

By  //  May 9, 2022

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Mental health apps have become the next big thing in the world of Mental health awareness and meditation. These apps provide a convenient way for you to access meditation sessions and give you direct contact with healthcare professionals. There are different kinds of apps you could download and many more apps are being built as shown on the Stormotion website, for example. Most of these are free, but require a subscription to gain access to all its features. 

What are mental health apps?

The percentage of mental health conditions in the United States in 2019 was staggering. About 51.5 million adults suffered from one form of mental health condition. With about 13.1 million people suffering from serious conditions. The three most common conditions are depression, anxiety, and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

This is where mental health apps are most effective. They focus on improving mental health through methods like hypnosis, meditation, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and providing people with necessary support networks. 

How we chose the top mental health apps

The best mental health apps are the ones that fit the following criteria:


Before selecting a mental health app, we ensured that the app is equipped with different features like games, ease to reach out to a licensed therapist, activities, etc.

■ Support 

We paid attention to the ability of the apps in providing adequate support to victims of several mental health conditions like depression, anxiety, and PTSD.

■ Price

We selected apps that accommodate a range of budgets by either offering free services and features or offering them for a small fee.

■ Availability

What good is a mental health app if it is not easily accessible on all devices. We selected apps that are compatible with iOS, Android and desktop devices. 

Here are some of the best mental health apps that are available on the market.


Mosaik is created for French speakers. This app addresses mental health issues like depression, anxiety, etc. People can get access to its features via a subscription that costs € 11.99 without an engagement, and € 71.99 for an engagement of 12 months (worth € 5.99 per month). 

How Mosaik will help you

By stimulating you and guiding you.

Clarify your emotions and thoughts for the living plus being in the mood.

For users of the Mosaik app, the biggest advantage is the absence of chatbot, impersonnel program, and the presence of multiple tools (meditation, CBT and ACT-based exercices, mood tracking, peer support groups, etc.) to help you fight against anxiety and depression.


Just like the name implies, this app aims to relieve stress, anxiety, improve sleep, and promote effective mindfulness. It does this through meditation, sleep, relaxation, and breathing programs, music, etc. Both beginners and regular meditation app users can utilize Calm to achieve desired results. Calm offers users a 7-day free trial, after which they can opt for a subscription that cost around $69.99 per year. There is also an option for a lifetime subscription for $399.99.


This free app is available on both iOS and Android devices. It offers a wide range of tools and solutions to help people achieve a great mental shape. This app also includes a feature that helps users track moods over a period of time and in the case of a bad mood, the app will provide strategies to help you feel better.


MoodMission helps users reduces mental health conditions by recommending missions that are based on how the user is feeling. Each mission is an activity that is meant to improve your mood or skills. These missions could include;

Emotion-based activities like breathing exercises.

Behavior-based activities like learning how to crochet knit or sew.

Physical activities like sit ups and push-ups.

Thought-based activities like learning how to reframe negative thoughts.