iBreathe – Relax and Breathe

iBreathe is the best app to guide you through deep breathing exercises. Whether you are struggling with stress, anxiety, insomnia, or are trying to meditate and relax, iBreathe provides an easy-to-use, beautifully designed user interface. Unlike other apps, iBreathe does not contain any of the clutter and was designed with simplicity in mind. 

Features:
+ Simple & easy to use interface
+ Customizable intervals and length
+ Pre-defined presets specifically designed to help with stress and anxiety
+ Optional reminders to remind you to breathe throughout the day
+ Quick actions (force touch from home screen) to start your breathing exercises quickly
+ Multiple themes
+ Learn about the benefits of deep breathing

+ Supports all iOS devices (including the iPad and iPhone X)
+ iMessage app to send breathing exercises to your friends

If you have any suggestions or feedback please leave a review or contact us though the app. Thank you!

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New in version 3.2

• The number of cycles can now be set for 4-7-8, Ujjayi and square intervals

• Fixed an issue where the screen would not go to sleep after a breathing exercise

Thank you for all of your feedback and support! Happy breathing!


Questions, Comments or Suggestions?


A great helper, an easy to use app that actually works as advertised! I highly recommended this terrific little jewel!
— Auldang
I like this app a great deal. It is clear and simple to use. Once started, I don’t have to even look at it, so I can concentrate on my breath. Thank you to the developers.
— photo coyote
I was researching deep breathing apps. I wanted a no frills and simple app and came across this one. It has everything I need and nothing I don’t need. It’s design is simple and to the point. Great app for practicing deep breathing.
— Steptree
Good free app to guide you through deep breathing. Great for those with dissociation or short attention span
— Reviewerinmaine
The visual and gong help engage all senses that make concentrating on breathing much easier. I could set the intervals for my sessions that work best for me.
— Erik R Nissen