Yoga for iPhone

At long last, the Yoga Journal iPractice iPhone application launched today, which means if you have an iPhone you can have access to 15 sequences from expert teachers in our pockets at all times. Visit yogajournal.com/ipractice to download the full...
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At long last, the Yoga Journal iPractice iPhone application launched today, which means if you have an iPhone you can have access to 15 sequences from expert teachers in our pockets at all times. Visit yogajournal.com/ipractice to download the full...

At long last, the Yoga Journal iPractice iPhone application launched today, which means if you have an iPhone you can have access to 15 sequences from expert teachers in our pockets at all times. Visit yogajournal.com/ipractice to download the full version of the app for $4.99 or search for Yoga Journal in the iTunes App Store. (A free version with two sequences will be available soon!)

This is a project we've been working on in the YJ offices for what seems like forever so I'm really happy to announce it's arrival! In it's honor, I'd like to point out a few other yoga applications I think are cool. To get any of these apps, simply search for them in the iTunes App Store.

Meditate - Meditation Timer (SimpleTouch Software, $1.99) If
you're still using your kitchen timer to help you with your seated
meditation practice, this app might be for you. It has a soothing bell
that lets you know it's time to come out, and the counter is nice and
big so it's easy to see if you like to peek to see how much time you
have left.

The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali - The Threads fo Union (IndiaNic LLC, $0.99) This is an electronic version of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.

Chakra Deck (Kardeo, $0.99) This app is like a mobile deck of cards that gives you helpful information about individual chakras, how to identify imbalances, as well as yoga exercises you can try to bring that chakra back into balance.

Do you use any iPhone applications? If you don't have an iPhone, are there any other technological tools you use to help you with your practice?