There are so many self-care apps for Android and iOS devices, and almost all of them share the same goal of giving you enough motivation and insights to become a better person. Some apps focus on tracking your habits and trying to break a bad habit, some apps focus on learning more about yourself and your abilities, and some other apps focus on inspiring and motivating you.

The Socreates app is a new self-care app that focuses on the fact that we are the creator of our own life, and we always have the choice to live a better life and become a better person.

Based on the Socreates methodology, there is no secret to leading a more fulfilling life: Ask the right questions of yourself; Answer from your heart; Let go of old patterns and beliefs; Integrate the right emotions, the right mindset, right actions.


How does it work?

Through heartfulness, you uncover and work with the root causes of your stress, anxiety, and unhappiness rather than rely on a fleeting fix for the symptoms. The Socreates’ app pairs the Socratic Method of questioning with short, animated insight videos to help you make your most important changes in just 15 min a day.

In the Free plan, you get to have access to 18 sessions, insight videos, and heartful ness flows (6 each), and on the Premium plan, there is no limitation, and you have access to the full sessions, videos, and flows.



Should you give Socreates a try?

Well, it depends on the type of person you are. If you are already aware of the importance of self-care apps on living a happier life, then you should definitely give this newly released app a try. The free version delivers enough features to decide whether it’s worth upgrading or not.

If you are not happy with your life and think you can do better, it’s the time to try a self-care app, and Socreates won’t disappoint you at all. It’s going to take 15 minutes of your day at most and is going to make significant changes to the way you live.

Download Socreates for free from Play Store and never let uncomfortable emotions and complicated thoughts hold you back.