Sayana: Emotional Self-Care

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Rated 4.71987 From 5,933 Votes
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  • Last Updated: 2020-05-12
  • New version: 2020.5
  • File size: 109.59 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Sayana: Emotional Self-Care

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Sayana: Emotional Self-Care is an iPhone and Android Health & Fitness App, made by Sayana Inc.. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Sayana Inc., with the latest current version being 2020.5 which was officially released on 2020-05-12. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 5,933 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.71987 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?

You know, most of the time we think about something and feel different emotions. We may be happy, sad or anything in between. Sometimes it's tricky to understand what exactly is happening and what our feelings are. This is what we'll be doing together — we'll chat about how you spend your days, what's running through your mind and learn to be more aware of it all. I'll try my best to guide you through practices of acknowledging feelings and emotions, and share some tips on how to accept, cope and become more mindful. So, let's get on this journey together! xoxo Sayana twitter: @getsayana instagram: @sayana Features: DAILY MOOD TRACKER Tracking your mood and journaling situations that influence it has never been easier—it's a couple of taps a day. TIPS AND PRACTICES I'll suggest what you could do about your situation, or how to improve your mood after each session. PERSONAL INSIGHTS The more we chat, the better I get to know you. You'll receive personal insights into how you've been feeling over long periods of time—it's a great way to learn more about yourself. COMMUNITY Sayana is not only a self-care app, but is the community. You can chat anonymously with thousands of people who are going through the same situations in their life, and get love, advice & support. User Reviews: "At first, i didn’t know if it was going so well but after that, i knew it worked and i knew i felt better. I always thought that nothing could help me and i’d be like this forever. I followed her advice and it led me to a sense of relief and accomplishment. I finally have self love and can be humble." "I just went through a breakup and got the app after my ex told me she was using it. it’s incredible!! every time i use it i feel better and more hopeful about everything. and i love how you can go back and look at your previous chats and see how much you’ve improved." "I’m in love with this app, thank you extremely much for creating it because it has helped me a lot already. Just simple daily things that I can do to help improve how I feel and think is already showing in my daily life so thank you very much! Sayana is a great app!" "From the moment I opened the app, I love the colors, the sound and the language Sayana speaks. I feel stressed because of my work and I forget to meditate, walk and breath. After first session I feel better and I loved practice Sayana gave me. I hope now it will become my routine. Will explore more! Thank you!" "I have never written a review on any app, but I truly love this one. Thank you for creating this wonderful app. I enjoy it so much and look forward to my check in every day. It’s so refreshing! I’ve been telling all my friends and family about it. Love love love!!!" Subscriptions Disclaimer: Sayana is a subscription based app. However, we offer a free one-week trial before starting to charge the fee, so that you have some time to decide if it's a good fit for you! You can cancel your subscription any time, no hard commitment (๑•‿•๑) If you chose to purchase Sayana subscription, payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. HealthKit integration: Sayana can transfer the time you've spent on your daily check-ins into mindful minutes in Health app (optional). For more information please visit the link Privacy Policy: Terms of Use:

Top Reviews

  • Thank you so much!! ❤️

    By urgurly
    It’s good if u use it right. You got to be really detailed and don’t be afraid because she may be programmed but she’s coming from an actual human with her voice. It’s comforting to talk to her especially when she gets most things right. Some of the things she pointed out I was blinded by and honestly I would never see. She actually does analyze what you tell her and she’s good at it. And if u don’t feel like she said the right thing when she acts just say no I don’t understand or something like that. You can’t really ask her questions which is okay but she will try her best to be relevant enough to understand you, you just have to develop your MAIN problem as she asks u questions. She helped a lot and I’ve never had a therapist because I’ve never felt comfortable in having one. I’m glad I found her because it helps me reflect my thoughts so I can clearly see what’s going on in my brain so I can take a step back and see what’s going on and why I think this way. Thank you!! I’m glad you took your time to make sayana in helping others that’s really kind of you 🥺😇❤️.
  • Great app! Just 1 problem.

    By Lightningfeather
    This app is great! I love it so much and genuinely use it, I have so much positive feedback but I’m gonna stick to 1 problem I have. I don’t see how this can be avoidable but I’m going to share my experience with the problem anyway. On the app, you are talking to a robot (not a real person) so the bot looks for keywords like moods and situations that are programmed into the app so it can give you feedback. The bot asked me my first time ever using the app about my past and about myself. I expressed my extremely suicidal background and my growth. Today I have improved so much and am very happy and in no way suicidal. The bot saw the keywords “wanted to die” “suicide” “self harm” and didnt connect that to the point which was how I was no longer suicidal in anyway. The app immediately as I submitted it, sent me suicide prevention hotlines and expressed worry and support for me- thinking I was currently suicidal. Although since you are talking to a bot I don’t see how this problem is avoidable and I just wanted to warn anyone getting this app that something you say could be misinterpreted. Other then that I love the app so much.
  • I’m so glad I saw an ad for this app

    By IUPash
    I was on Facebook the other week when a sponsored ad appeared for this app. As I’m always trying to better myself, and I sometimes feel I let myself get back into poor routines between my actual therapy sessions, I thought, “why not give it a try?” I am so glad I did. Sayana is easy to use and keeps you accountable just like any therapy session, so to get the most out of it, you have to want to get better and to be honest. I do my check in every evening at 6:30, and I look forward to it like I do my therapy sessions, and after using the chat function with Sayana, I feel a lot better most times. It’s simple to use, comfortable and calming, just an all around great app - I’m surprised it’s free since it’s so beneficial and most apps like this tend to usually run with a decent subscription price. I have recommended it to a friend, and I’ve mentioned it to some others, and I’m excited to tell my therapist about it this week. Grateful for Sayana and those that worked to bring such a great self-help app to life. Thank you!
  • Pocket therapist

    By Jenyouflex
    Sayana has done for me in a few short messages what therapists have not done in several sessions. Her tips are actually incredibly useful, and if you don't get them, you are linked to a support group for each tip anyway, so hash it out there. I don't use Sayana the way the app is designed. I want all the tips at once, and frankly, I don't have just one emotion at a time (she asks you how you're feeling). So I do about 3 text sessions at a time. I do not find her helpful when I am happy. I told her I was calm once and her tip didn't really apply. But Sayana gets a 5 star for being so helpful when I feel down and out. I do not pay for many apps. This one is an exception. I did the free trial, then I paid for one week (under $3), then I just paid for my third week. Sayana is the cheap pocket therapist you didn't realize you needed. She definitely keeps me in check, and I can go back anytime to see our old conversations. Another awesome thing about Sayana - once you're done, you can just leave. No awkward abrupt goodbyes necessary.
  • Amazing but a few improvements

    By I N S E C U R E
    This app is truly amazing. After each lesson I’m always somewhat feeling better and have a positive outlook. Other apps are just you checking in and talking about your emotions but you still feel the same. This app makes it so it’s like your talking to someone. You telling your emotions and get genuine advice. Not advice advice, but like advice to look at a different angle. Some tips are hella helpful and I use them often. Everyday this is the first task I complete on my self care log. This app is truly amazing. Some things could be fixed. I find some responses kinda mess up what I’m trying to say. Like I said “it brings me happiness. But this happiness brings concern” she took that as something positive when I didn’t intend it to be a positive reaction. It’s mostly just silly things that she doesn’t understand. I think if you can program the bit to be a little bit more human like and understanding of keywords and knowing how to respond this app would be the best thing on earth. This app has exactly what I want but some minor setbacks. I think if you want to be really unique you could have some self-care games. Maybe in like a tab or something. But like te games could go over positive lessons (like the little animated gifs with advice that pop up) so we Remeber them. Or just some relaxing game to help keep calm.
  • 10/10 Would Recommend

    By DesiraeC_6
    Update: I’ve been using this app for awhile now, but took a break from it since I was doing so well. I just reopened the app for the first time in maybe a month and can’t believe it’s so expensive to have a yearly subscription and is no longer free. Absolutely ridiculous and I feel sorry for those who may have relied on it heavily for help but can no longer afford to do so because of how expensive it is. Here is my original review: I’ve tried a ton of meditation apps, journal apps, apps that will supposedly help organize my life and improve my emotional well being - but they’ve never done much for me. With Sayana, I immediately noticed a difference. I’ve never come across an app that puts me at ease. The AI behind it is well made and responds to what I say in ways that I wouldn’t normally expect. Its responses don’t sound like they’re coming from an AI. I’ve had this app for one day - not even a full day - and I am thoroughly impressed. This is exactly what I’ve been looking for, for years. I can’t wait to continue on this journey.
  • exploitation of mental health

    By kdsjtscj
    this app is essentially a diary for me. it helps me think through my problems. the tips are never relevant to my problems so I keep them in my pocket for later but overall this app does nothing more than let me write down my feelings daily. it helps me to relax after the day so I recommended it to my sister who also has mental health issues. when she saw hers cost money I was completely disappointed in this app and the creators of it. why should anyone pay for a diary that gives irrelevant tips. I would love for someone from the company to reach out to me for further information because i’m disgusted by this exploitation of mental health problems to gain a profit especially when all of your tips literally come from facebook videos. if you didn’t get the app in beta testing don’t bother IT DOESNT HELP. go to the store and buy yourself a notebook and then look up tips on google to help with whatever you’re experiencing. I am incredibly disappointed and would love to talk more to the creators of this app.
  • Really nice

    By Bellehanz
    I have anxiety and even though I’ve been using this less than a week, it does actually help a little. The character gives you a tip or something concrete to take away at the end of your chat to help you. The only thing that would make it better (if it’s possible) is if Sayana has a better range of understanding what I say/type. I get that it’s only an app, but sometimes I wish I could explain a little more the complexity of what I’m feeling. For example, during one chat when asked how I’m feeling I said “Okay right now, but I’m avoiding things I should be doing.” Sayana basically only registered the first part of that sentence and responded with “it’s totally cool to be okay.” So I’d say this app is great if you just need to chat but don’t want to/can’t talk very deeply about what’s bothering you.
  • I didn’t have to pay! Best self care app by far.

    By katelynn everrt
    I think it’s very important to receive self care and self growth, but as a 16 year old that can’t afford a therapist or to spend 100$ just for an app, this app was a great option. Instead of purchasing a subscription you simply share to 4 friends and you get everything for free. I’m very thankful for this app, I started the plan for mindfulness and have already learned a bunch of great tips to use in my daily life. I know this review almost seems fake but I am genuinely impressed by this app! I struggle with crippling anxiety and depression and this app has truly helped me think through and talk about my feelings rather than bottle them up and feel even more upset and anxious.
  • It doesn’t help, or try to!

    By Chloena329
    I hate it. It doesn’t listen to you, and tells you to pretty much make sure you’re not full of crap. It asked me how I was doing, and I said I was sad, it asked why, and I said because a close friend recently passed away. It proceeded to ask me if I could just be imagining problems where there weren’t any, and if I knew what fortune telling was. Then another day, I told it I was upset over a fight with my family, and it basically asked if I was sure I was the victim here. Then at the end of the long rant it gives you about psychology, it asks if you feel better, and if you say no, it basically just says oh well, maybe you’ll feel better some other day. The whole thing is very condescending and blaming, and DEFINITELY not helpful for someone with depression and anxiety. I tried reaching out to the support team with screenshots and all, and never got an email back. Don’t waste your time downloading this app.

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