Dear friends, we are extremely happy to share that Plum Village 2.0 has been released a few weeks ago and the reviews we’ve got so far for both the iOS and Android versions are very positive!
Since launching the first version in 2018, more than 120,000 of us have been using the app to support their mindfulness practice.
Here are some of the changes we’ve made with the latest release:
- 100+ new guided meditations, chants and nature sounds from Plum Village
- 500+ Dharma talks that can be browsed though by topics
- all-new illustrations, calligraphies and icons
- an overall smoother user experience
- new and improved bell of mindfulness functionality with a scheduling feature
- the ability to highlight your favourite items so you can find them easier
- the option to see the latest additions in terms of content
And we’re sharing here some recent reviews we’ve received in the app stores and on email, as this is a not-for-profit project and most of our energy comes from learning that the app is helpful for many people.
Meditation and mindfulness should be as accessible, loving and easy as this app. My life has become ever so peaceful and loving from practising the beautiful meditations, contemplations and all on this app. I’m forever grateful it arrived on my path. Thank you.Michelle Wareham | Google Play review
Thank you, thank you, thank you. To each and everyone who has contributed to this rich and deep app. It nourishes me daily. I decided to do my own 21 day retreat and so I have time to discover all the delights behind each tab. Thank you dear friends. It is a gift for the world. Deep bow of gratitude.Sarah Dawson | Dublin
Thanks! My new daily routine is to do meditation with this app. It helps me calm down and relax.Joyce Lau | Google Play review
This is a great app with so much useful content, lots of guided meditations, talks and chants all in video or audio. I really appreciate the inviting the bell function which reminds me to practice being mindful of that moment. Thank you.JD7413 | Apple App Store review
In these times of great difficulty for our planet, for minorities and for each one of us, it is crucial to learn to take good care of ourselves and of each other and to remember that the enemy is not man, but discrimination, violence, hate. May we practice in such a way that we nourish our understanding and wisdom, and not fall prey to divison and anger.