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Save over $300 on a lifetime of Aura Premium meditation app

This mindfulness app uses AI to personalize quick meditation exercises you can do throughout the day.
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January 10, 2018
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As people around the world embrace mindfulness to cope with the stresses of everyday life, there's been a surge in new technology aimed at improving mental health. Aura Premium is a mobile app that uses artificial intelligence to offer personalized meditations that help relieve stress and anxiety. For a limited time, they're offering a lifetime of their premium service for just $60, over 80 percent off its normal price.

Created by top meditation teachers and therapists, Aura is a personalized meditation app that uses groundbreaking artificial intelligence to curate short, science-backed mindfulness meditation exercises. The sessions are between 3 and 10 minutes, so you can relieve stress and anxiety at any time that's convenient, without having to interrupt your day. As you complete more exercises and rate your experience, Aura's AI learns which practices are best for you and curates a similar experience going forward, so you can fast track toward stress-free living.

Aura was Apple's #1 new app in February 2017, and has currently has 5/5 stars on the App store. A lifetime subscription would normally run you $399, but you can get it on sale today for just $59.99.

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