Stress-busting Android apps

Stress-busting Android apps

Summary: From hypnotherapy to ponds, there are many Android apps on the market available to help you unwind.

TOPICS: Education

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  • Crayon Physics Deluxe

    Name: Crayon Physics Deluxe

    Developer: Kloonigames

    Price: £1.69

    Compatibility: Android 2.2 and up

    The Crayon Physics game might look a bit odd, but it is highly entertaining and well worth a download. The 2D game replicates a crayon, which you then use to draw -- and objects become transformed into physical items which act based on the rules of physics. By doing so, you can work your way through a number of puzzles -- which is not only a great way to zone out, but could also be used to teach kids how physics works.  

    Via: Google Play

    Image credit: Google

  • Fluid Monkey

    Name: Fluid Monkey

    Developer: Buzz Monkey Software

    Price: Free

    Compatibility: Android 2.2 and up

    When you need to wind down, sometimes there's nothing better than zoning out with something simple. Fluid Monkey is a candidate for this kind of relaxation. The basic idea is to interact with a pool of liquid -- by using your finger, you can paint, smear color over the screen, or create fluid with different colors, bouncing balls and sparkles.  

    Pointless, but strangely a lot of fun. 

    Via: Google Play

    Image credit: Google

  • Zen Garden

    Name: Zen Garden

    Developer: Access Lane

    Price: Free (premium available)

    Compatibility: Android 2.1 and up

    Zen Garden is a simple but elegant app that allows you to create your own small, relaxed world -- through building a peaceful garden. 

    Via: Google Play

    Image credit: Google

Topic: Education

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