Yoga apps are a valuable option for people who want to learn yoga but who are unable or reluctant to attend an in-person class. Using a yoga app will make practicing yoga simple anywhere, anywhere.

Many applications are more focused on fitness and others are more focused on relaxation and attention.

A individual can choose which app to use based on their level of skill, age, requirements and goals.

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#1. Down Dog

  • Android rating: 4.8
  • Price: Free, with optional in-app purchases
  • Subscription: $7.99 monthly or $49.99 annually

Down Dog lets individuals customize their own yoga practice. The app has 60,000 configurations so every yoga routine is different. This feature is useful in keeping workouts interesting and varied.

For beginners, the app includes a 3 day introduction to yoga. Down Dog is also suitable for enthusiasts of intermediate and advanced Yoga.

Offline mode, enabling people to use the device with no internet connection

A prenatal version of Down Dog is available for pregnant women as well.

The app has high ratings. It has a substantial amount of quality content available or free, which is useful for people who do not want to set up a subscription.

Download: Dog is available on Google Play

#2. Pocket Yoga

  • Android rating: 4.4
  • Price: $2.99

Pocket Yoga does not require internet connectivity to function, so it is useful for those who want to do yoga outdoors and those who don’t have internet access at all.

It is also one of the more accessible applications for yoga, with a small one-off charge to access all its content.

Pocket Yoga yoga lessons provide vocal instruction from an teacher, background music and breathing instructions. Pocket Yoga also has a pose library that illustrates individual poses and shows them, making it a good choice for beginners.

Pocket Yoga is available for download on Google Play

#3. Asana Rebel

  • Android rating: 4.3
  • Price: Free, with in-app purchases

Asana Rebel includes yoga flow sessions as well as other types of workouts, such as interval training with high intensity.

It also has features that can appeal to individuals who want to achieve specific fitness goals, such as Tracking progress

For people who want a general lifestyle and fitness app that can combine different types of exercise, this makes it a good option. The app also includes music, sleep sounds, meditation and health quizzes.

Some users point out technical issues with the software, and the fact that a small amount of free content exists.

Asana Rebel is available for download on Google Play

#4. Yoga Studio

  • Android rating: 4.1
  • Price: Free, with in-app purchases

Yoga Studio offers instructor-led video classes for a wide range of skills. The app also has family yoga classes and meditation sessions, and a library of more than 280 poses.

People using Yoga Studio can also create their own classes by linking poses together which the app turns into a video afterwards.

People can download classes without an internet connection from Yoga Studio too. Although the application uses high definition (HD) videos, it keeps file sizes about 10 times smaller than most HD videos, thus saving space on a device for a person.

Yoga Studio, however, often reminds users to subscribe to make in-app purchases, which some people might not like.

Yoga Studio is available for download on Google Play

#5. Glo

  • Android rating: 2.5
  • Price: 15-day free trial
  • Subscription: $22.99 per month or $199.99 annually

Glo covers more than 4,000 classes, from beginner to advanced level. The app also includes Pilates and meditation sessions, in addition to yoga.

With 12 different yoga styles and a wide range of expert teachers available, Glo offers plenty of variety and choice.

Android users say they like the content but find the app hard to use.

Glo is available for download on Google Play

#6. Daily Yoga

  • Android rating: 4.7
  • Price: Free, with in-app purchases
  • Subscription: $9.99 monthly or $39.99 annually

Daily Yoga is appropriate for people of all abilities, and involves more than 100 courses of yoga and meditation. The classes are led by qualified instructors.

The app also tracks personal data such as calorie intake, which can be of assistance to people who want to lose weight or achieve a specific fitness goal.

Daily Yoga will connect users to a group across the globe to support their yoga practice. For instance, people can ask questions from other users, and share moments from their practice.

Some people mention the repeated alerts and technical issues with this app as possible problems.

Daily Yoga is available for download on Google Play

#7. 5 Minute Yoga

  • Android rating: 4.5
  • Price: Free, with in-app purchases

Developers of the app have designed 5 Minute Yoga for busy lifestyle people. Any yoga session is no more than 5 minutes as the name implies.

The app uses simple poses of yoga which makes it suitable for people of all skill levels. The short sessions also allow people to experience the benefits of yoga without having to make a significant commitment to time.

5 Minute Yoga sessions do not involve background music or noise. Instead, the text on the app contains directions. It may be a drawback for those who need audio prompts or prefer them.

5 Minute Yoga is available for download on Google Play