Most importantly, though, everything about Smiling Mind feels calming, from the stylish interface to its lack of a price-tag.
It’s a bit like a travel-oriented Instagram mixed with a smattering of travel guide and blog.If you like gorgeous photography and a touch of commentary for context, it’s a must-have install.As you use the app, it urges you to input how you feel, and tracks your progress over time.Also, along with providing programs for adults, the app offers exercises designed for children.New top picks are regularly showcased on the app’s Home tab, and you can favorite those you like, and/or follow the authors.
Annoyingly, there’s no search, but you can delve into themed categories, such as ‘cities’ and ‘adventure’.
(Think of it more like a magazine than a website and you should be fine.)When you have an adventure of your own, you can upload your own story.
The layout options are a bit basic, but the app is really easy to work with, making for stress-free sharing., aimed at people who aren’t keen on spending money.
An inviting ‘Start Testing’ button kicks things off, whereupon the app sets about checking your internet connection’s performance, a little meteor animating on-screen as it does so.
Once the tests are done, speeds are scored, and are subsequently available from the History tab.
Meteor also attempts to estimate how well your connection would fare with popular apps and games, six of which can be added to an ‘app performance’ bar.