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  • Practice mindfulness using your smartphone
  • Practice mindfulness using your smartphone
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Practice mindfulness using your smartphone

Feeling stressed? Unable to focus? New app PAUSE allows you to try mindfulness on the go by focusing all your senses on continuously moving an amorphous blob of digital ink across your phone screen. The intention is to help users shut out the rest of the world and clear their minds for a while.

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