The Best Yoga Apps of 2022

Written by: BestApp.com App Testing Team - Updated: Jan 14, 2022

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If you’re looking for a yoga app to enhance your practice, we chose Glo as our top pick due to its wide range of content designed for all experience levels, live yoga classes, personalized class recommendations, and guided meditations. But if Glo isn’t what you're looking for, we found nine other great yoga apps for you to try. Here are the 10 best yoga apps available on iOS and Android.

Top 10 Yoga Apps to Try

How We Chose the Best Yoga Apps

We chose the 10 best yoga apps based on a selection of important features that help users get the most out of their yoga practice. The best yoga apps are customizable to accommodate different experience levels, offer downloadable classes for offline use, include guided meditations, and have great communities for users to interact with. We also made sure to note which of these apps require subscriptions to unlock all of their features.

Choose the yoga app that’s right for you

The apps on our list either offer a free subscription tier or a free trial to help users get acquainted with their features. To find the right yoga app for you, we recommend reading user reviews and testing out a few apps to see which ones offer the features you find most useful.

Start slow

Yoga can be very challenging, and due to the demanding poses in some of these classes, it’s easy to accidentally injure yourself by pushing your body too far. To avoid accidents and injuries, we recommend starting slow with beginner yoga classes and working your way up to more challenging ones.

Our Yoga App Reviews

Glo — Top Pick

Glo App feature

Download: Android | iOS

Glo is our favorite yoga app due to its class variety and wellness features that help users enhance their daily yoga practice. Users can filter the app’s library of yoga classes by duration, skill level, style, intensity, and other filters, and beginners can get started quickly by choosing from one of four beginner courses. Glo stands out largely due to its great personalization features. The app recommends yoga classes based on your preferences; you can set specific goals like learning how to do a certain pose, and the app will recommend classes to help you reach these goals. You can also browse meditation, pilates, and fitness classes, and you can download your favorite classes for offline access.

Notable features:

  • Free version available
  • Subscription plans: Monthly: $24
  • Support available: Email, Phone, Help Center
Glo Pros & Cons
What we like What we don’t like
Personalized class recommendations Expensive monthly subscription
Beginner courses  
Meditation, pilates, and fitness classes  

Alo Moves — Best Free Trial

Alo Moves App feature

Download: Android | iOS

Alo Moves brings the yoga studio experience to your home via more than 1,500 high-quality yoga classes for all experience levels. New classes are added to the app every week, so you’ll never run out of fresh content, and classes cover many styles of yoga, including Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Hatha, Restorative, and Yin yoga. Uniquely, users can also choose to practice certain skills like inversions, arm balances, or backbends, and classes can be downloaded for offline access. Alo Moves also has a great selection of guided meditations and fitness classes, including high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts, core workouts, strength training, and cardio workouts. As you practice, you can track your progress and share it with the app’s great community. Alo Moves also offers one of the longest free trials of any app on our list, giving users access to all of these great features for 14 days.

Notable features:

  • Free version available
  • Subscription plans: Monthly: $19.99
  • Support available: Email, Knowledge Base Search, Help Articles
Alo Moves Pros & Cons
What we like What we don’t like
14-day free trial Expensive monthly subscription
Yoga, fitness, and meditation classes  
Community-based progress tracking  

Down Dog — Best for Personalized Yoga Flows

Down Dog App feature

Download: Android | iOS

Down Dog is a great yoga app for users that like variety in their daily practice. Down Dog can configure more than 300,000 unique yoga flows, so you never have to repeat the same practice. One of the app’s most unique features is the Boost feature, which allows users to target certain categories like core strength or back strength. There are several different practice types like Vinyasa or cardio flows, and classes range from beginner to intermediate. Down Dog also features dynamic music that rises and falls with your breathing, and you can choose from six different yoga teachers to create a more personalized experience.

Notable features:

  • Free version available
  • Subscription plans: Monthly: $7.99
  • Support available: Email, FAQs
Down Dog Pros & Cons
What we like What we don’t like
Personalized yoga flows Limited free version
Boost feature lets users customize their workouts  
Dynamic music  

Asana Rebel — Most Variety

Asana Rebel App feature

Download: Android | iOS

More than just a yoga app, Asana Rebel is a comprehensive fitness solution that offers more variety than any of the other options on our list. Asana Rebel offers everything from HIIT workouts and yoga classes to meditations, sleep music, and, unlike other yoga apps, nutrition plans. Yoga classes and workouts range from five to 60 minutes to accommodate as many users as possible, and you can take daily quizzes to learn more about fitness and nutrition. Asana Rebel is free to download, but to unlock unlimited content and more class types, you’ll need to upgrade to Pro for $15.99 per month.

Notable features:

  • Free version available
  • Subscription plans: Rebel Pro 1 Month: $15.99; Rebel Pro 3 Months: $37.99; Rebel Pro 12 Months: $58.99
  • Support available: Email, Help Center
Asana Rebel Pros & Cons
What we like What we don’t like
Yoga, workout, and meditation classes No free trial
Sleep music  
Nutrition plans  

Daily Yoga — Best for Class Recommendations

Daily Yoga App feature

Download: Android | iOS

Daily Yoga offers a large selection of yoga classes to help both beginners and advanced yogis turn their yoga practice into a daily habit. With more than 500 yoga classes, 70 yoga programs, and new classes every week, Daily Yoga offers a great variety for users to choose from, and the app’s unique Smart Coach feature helps you choose classes based on your personal goals and preferences. Users can also learn individual poses with the help of instructional videos, and the app offers a great selection of guided meditations and sleep music. Daily Yoga also stands out largely due to its great community features. Members can discuss their practice with other users, share tips and insights, and keep each other motivated.

Notable features:

  • Free version available
  • Subscription plans: Pro: $20.99/month
  • Support available: Email, FAQs
Daily Yoga Pros & Cons
What we like What we don’t like
New classes every week Expensive monthly subscription
Smart Coach recommends classes  
Great community features  

Pocket Yoga — Best for Learning Poses

Pocket Yoga App feature

Download: Android | iOS

Pocket Yoga is a simple yoga app that makes it easy to learn new poses and establish a daily yoga practice. Pocket Yoga stands out from other apps on our list due to its large library of poses that are accompanied by visual demonstrations, descriptions, difficulty levels, and categories. Users can preview classes to find ones that are right for them, and, as you practice, you can connect the app with Apple Health to track your heart rate and calories burned during each session. The app also keeps a log of all of your practices so that you can track your progress over time. Pocket Yoga does not have a free version, but the app costs only $2.99 to download and does not require any additional subscriptions.

Notable features:

  • Free version not available
  • In-app purchases: $0.99 – $19.99 per item
  • Support available: Email, FAQs
Pocket Yoga Pros & Cons
What we like What we don’t like
No subscriptions No meditation classes
Large library of poses Not customizable
Apple Health integration No offline availability

5 Minute Yoga — Best for Quick Yoga Classes

5 Minute Yoga App feature

Download: Android | iOS

Unlike other yoga apps, 5 Minute Yoga is designed specifically for busy users who only have time for short yoga sessions. Each session is created using a combination of five simple poses that are accessible for beginners, and all poses include descriptions and visual demonstrations to help users learn how to do them correctly. 5 Minute Yoga is free to download and use, but to access all content, users will have to subscribe for $1.99 per month.

Notable features:

  • Free version available
  • Subscription plans: Monthly: $1.99
  • Support available: Email, Contact Form
5 Minute Yoga Pros & Cons
What we like What we don’t like
Affordable monthly subscription No meditation classes
Short yet effective yoga flows Not customizable

Gaia — Best for Spirituality

Gaia App feature

Download: Android | iOS

Gaia is a yoga app that, unlike any of the other apps on our list, focuses largely on the spiritual aspect of the practice. The app features films, docuseries, and videos to help users learn about the roots of yoga, mindfulness, and alternative health. Among the app’s 8,000+ videos, there is a great selection of yoga classes and guided meditations taught by experts. Users can access Gaia’s entire library of content for free for seven days, after which an $11.99 per month subscription is required to continue using the app. Users should keep in mind though that while Gaia does offer a great selection of yoga classes, the app is primarily focused on education.

Notable features:

  • Free version available
  • Subscription plans: Monthly: $11.99
  • Support available: Email, Help Center
Gaia Pros & Cons
What we like What we don’t like
Educational videos and films Not customizable
Expert-led yoga classes  
Guided meditations  

Find What Feels Good — Best for Yoga Courses

Find What Feels Good App feature

Download: Android | iOS

Find What Feels Good is an app that brings the content from the popular Yoga With Adriene YouTube channel, plus exclusive FWFG members-only content, to your mobile phone. The app features nearly 900 yoga and mindfulness classes, but what makes the app stand out from others on our list is its great selection of premium courses. Find What Feels Good includes access to several great courses, including 30-day yoga challenges designed to help users maintain a consistent yoga practice. Videos can be downloaded for offline use, and you can create a favorites list and a watch list to keep track of your favorite videos. You can also build your own playlists inside the app. Courses typically range from beginner to intermediate and include modifications that viewers can use to make their practice easier or more difficult, depending on their needs.

Notable features:

  • 7-day free trial available
  • Subscription plans: $12.99/month or $129.99/year
  • Support available: Email, Help Center
Find What Feels Good Pros & Cons
What we like What we don’t like
Premium yoga courses Not customizable
Offline viewing  
In-app calendar for class scheduling  

Yoga for Beginners — Best for Beginners

Yoga for Beginners App feature

Download: Android | iOS

As the name would suggest, Yoga for Beginners is a great yoga app designed specifically with new yogis in mind. Users can choose from different yoga classes based on duration, goals, or even time of day, and all classes are accompanied by visual demonstrations and soothing voice guidance to help you learn new poses and postures. Users can sync the app with Apple Health to keep track of their sessions and calories burned, and, uniquely, users can even build their own custom workouts to suit their specific needs and preferences. Many of the app’s classes are free, but by subscribing for $6.99 per month users can unlock all of the app’s great content.

Notable features:

  • Free version available
  • Subscription plans: Monthly: $6.99
  • Support available: Email
Yoga for Beginners Pros & Cons
What we like What we don’t like
Custom workouts No meditation classes
Beginner-friendly yoga classes  
Apply Health integration  

Yoga Apps: Features Summary Table

Yoga Apps Comparison Table
App Subscription Fees or In-App Purchases Features
Glo — Top Pick Monthly: $24 Customizable
Meditation
Offline
Subscription
Community
Alo Moves — Best Free Trial Monthly Plan: $19.99 Customizable
Meditation
Offline
Subscription
Community
Down Dog — Best for Personalized Yoga Flows Monthly: $7.99 Customizable
Meditation
Offline
Subscription
Community
Asana Rebel — Most Variety Rebel Pro 1 Month: $15.99
Rebel Pro 3 Months: $37.99
Rebel Pro 12 Months: $58.99
Customizable
Meditation
Offline
Subscription
Community
Daily Yoga — Best for Class Recommendations Pro: $20.99/month Customizable
Meditation
Offline
Subscription
Community
Pocket Yoga — Best for Learning Poses $0.99 – $19.99/item X Customizable
X Meditation
X Offline
X Subscription
Community
5 Minute Yoga — Best for Quick Yoga Classes Monthly Plan: $1.99 X Customizable
X Meditation
Offline
Subscription
Community
Gaia — Best for Spirituality Monthly Plan: $11.99 X Customizable
Meditation
Offline
Subscription
Community
Find What Feels Good — Best for Yoga Courses $12.99/month or $129.99/year X Customizable
Meditation
Offline
Subscription
Community
Yoga for Beginners — Best for Beginners Monthly Plan: $6.99 Customizable
X Meditation
Offline
Subscription
Community