FitMind is a mind training program backed by neuroscientists and practiced by monks. In a world of distraction, train your mind to be happier, more productive, focused, and energized.

You'll learn to master meditation in 30 days by progressing through a series of guided trainings. The FitMind app will also explain the science and psychology behind the practice and provide daily challenges for integrating it into your everyday life. This is not "McMindfulness," nor is it just another app to clutter your phone. Here's a deep mental training program that can impact the way you perceive the world.

FitMind is a professional mental fitness company teaching at Fortune 500 companies, addiction centers, schools, government offices, and other organizations.

We believe that mental fitness is the next health revolution and are passionate about bringing mind training to a wider audience with a secular and scientific method.

• 30-day advanced meditation training program that systematically trains your mind
• Mental Fitness scoring and charts so you can track your progress as your mind becomes increasingly fit
• Ability to ask questions about your practice in the app
• Scientific explanations of the techniques and how to apply them throughout the day
• "Daily Challenges" that make meditation a lifestyle, rather than just a habit
• New guided trainings and lessons added regularly
• Access to a meditation community, science research, recommended books, retreats, and more

FitMind offers the first unit free and then an auto-renewing subscription of $11.99 per month or $69.99 per year with a one-week free trial.

Note - These prices are for United States customers and pricing in other countries may vary.

Your subscription to FitMind will automatically renew unless you disable auto-renew at least 24 hours before the current period ends. You can turn off auto-renew or manage your subscription from your iTunes Store account settings. Payment will be charged to your iTunes account.

This app integrates with the Apple Health app, adding "mindful minutes" in the Mindfulness section.

You can read about our terms and privacy policy here -

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What’s New

Version 3.2.3

FitMind is a science-based meditation training app for building an optimal mind.

This newest version includes design and performance enhancements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
5.6K Ratings

5.6K Ratings

Lynda the Joyous ,

Very scientifically based, good for intellectuals

I am a researcher in cognitive neuropsychology focusing on empathy, and have attended events at the Mind and Life institute (for instance) on contemplative science. This app is one of the few that applies empirical research with a deep integrated focus for the design and dissemination of the mobile application and the lessons. The speaker’s voice is very easy on the ears. It doesn’t dumb-down the content, which I really like, and I don’t feel like I’m being sold on a way of life in a consumerist way, which is how I felt when using Calm, for instance. I’d recommend this app to people who are spiritually and intellectually inquisitive and already reading up on mindfulness, Buddhist philosophy, phenomenology, and the mind-body connection (for example). I love that the app uses The Headless Way, a Strange practice from Douglas Harding that was my first “awakening” into philosophy when I was a young girl and first read it. App seems very practical and useful — I’m looking forward to my journey with it! Again, I just want to emphasize how rare it is to find an app like this that treats the user as a very intellectual person and doesn’t try to over-simplify the content. I personally really love that.

Developer Response ,

Thank you, Lynda! Glad you found Headless Way so usefull as well.

LiaMontelongo ,

The most intelligent meditation app

Hi I am Lia Montelongo a long standing fitness enthusiast and current yoga and meditation teacher amoung othe Fitness classes at Equinox. After listening to just a few of the lessons offered on this app I am blown away at how simple yet intelligent the information is communicated so that anyone at any level of mindfulness & meditation practice can gain new access. It might be because of my background in fitness as a personal trainer, fitness competitor, group fitness instructor or it might be because I’m a single mother working full time and raising my son full time that these short segments are so appealing. I rarely take time to write a review because I am so busy. But this is a must review for yourself. FitMind offers the free trial so why not just give it a try and then it’s only $4.99 monthly. That’s the price of a Starbucks coffee! FitMind is a way better way to get that pick me up you are searching for. Awesome work FitMind!


No McMindfulness or “Stress-Busting Tips” Here

At work we all have a co-worker who has been doing yoga for 500 years, or recently has come back from a mindfulness retreat in space, or has promised a secret visualization could make you lose so much weight you would exist only in the astral plane and sparkle.

Liam McClintock and his team have created the most exciting science-based app for meditation I’ve ever seen. This app puts meditation in the context of “training your mind” in a similar way as “training your body.” There is programming around breathing basics, awareness, endurance—this space is too small to go into detail. Tracking your progress is motivating. There are reading recommendations, daily challenges, and my favorite: podcasts with neuroscientists and psychologists.

*More than anything, these people care about others.* When I cancelled my subscription because of financial difficulties, they reached out to me. Without going into details, they gave me an incredibly open-hearted gift. That motivated me to write this review. I am grateful for these human beings.

If you like hard things, if you like getting out of your comfort zone, if you like learning about focus, pain and placebos, the way your mind structures your experience—try this kind of training. (It is totally compatible with astronomical and astral adventures too.)

App Privacy

The developer, FitMind LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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