Breathe app

An app for timed breathing exercises.

Breathe By Jatra
  • Visual counter on graph
  • Auditory sounds 

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Country of origin United Kingdom
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Security and privacy Does the app:
  • collect medical information? No
  • require a login? No
  • have password protection? No
  • have a privacy policy? No
  • require internet access? No
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Cost Free
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What does the app do?

Breathe app allows the user to focus on timed deep breathing exercises. You can change the length of the breath in and out (1-12 seconds), as well as an inspiratory or expiratory breathe hold (1-12 seconds), with a range of different sounds to guide you. There is a simple graphic wave length guiding your breath, or you can simply follow the different sounds. For the complete app description, go Google Play or, for a more detailed review, see Reviews.


✔ Simple design, easy to use, effective add on to other advice or for relaxation.

✘ No diary on how you managed.

✘ No feedback if you are actually breathing to the rate set.

Review details

Date of review: January 2022
Platform reviewed: Android
Version: 2.2.5

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Credits: Health Navigator Editorial Team. Reviewed By: Victoria Lai, Advanced Clinician ICU (Physiotherapist), PNZ Cardiorespiratory Special Interest Group; WDHB Last reviewed: 14 Jan 2022