Overcome lethargy and boredom at home with these useful apps.
6 Apps that will help you beat boredom during self-isolation
Nike Training Club
This app is encouraging people to remain active at home by offering hundreds of free workouts, nutrition advice and training plans.
This mindfulness app will lead you through guided meditation sessions to help you train your mind to overcome stress and anxiety.
Not an app per se, this Google Chrome extension allows multiple Netflix users to sync and watch movies and shows on the platform together — even if you’re all practicing social distancing at home.
Available on Android and iOS, Scribd offers half a million E-books, from the latest bestsellers to free classics across a variety of genres.
Google Arts & Culture
Through this platform, users can virtually stroll through of some of the best museums and galleries around the world without leaving their home. It’s a great way to stay inspired even as you self-isolate.
Available on both iOS and Android devices, Rave lets you sync video content from YouTube, Vimeo, Reddit and more with friends in real time, sharing your thoughts via the text function.