4 apps to expand your horizons in 2021

Learn new languages, start yoga, find good books to read, calm your mind

We're all looking to make 2021 better than 2020, and these four apps will help you on your journey to enlightenment. More info on salive.com.

SAN ANTONIO – We’re all looking to make 2021 better than 2020, and these four apps will help you on your journey to enlightenment.

  1. Duolingo - Want to learn a new language? This is a good place to get started, and it’s free! With user-friendly pictures, placement tests and quizzes, you’ll be speaking Spanish or French in time for your next trip abroad.
  2. Goodreads - Is your new year’s resolution to read more books? This app is a great way to get started. It offers book reviews and recommendations based on what you’ve already read. Plus, you can leave your own reviews and converse with a well-read community. Also, it’s free.
  3. Happy Color - Keep calm and 2021 on. If you’re soothed by coloring books, this is like that - except on your phone. It’s a free color by numbers app with beautiful pictures as results.
  4. Yoga for Beginners | Mind + Body - If you’ve never done yoga before, fear not. This app specially caters to beginners. Just breathe through it. After the free trial period, it’s just $29.99 a year. Namaste.

For more on these apps, watch the video above. Happy new year!

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About the Authors:

Diana Winters is a San Antonio-area native, Emmy award-winning and GLAAD-nominated journalist and baker who loves the Alamo City. She is the executive producer of SA Live, creator of South Texas PRIDE and co-creator of Texas Eats.

John has worked his way through the ranks at SA Live. He started as an intern with the show in 2015, and joined the team full time as a photographer in 2017.