Mind launches new wellbeing app for students

Date published: February 29, 2016

Mind launches new wellbeing app for students

Mind has launched Emoodji, a new app to help you beat stress through the power of emojis.

The app, which has been built to help you cope with the highs and lows of university life, allows you to quickly and easily express how you’re feeling through the use of emojis.

Expressing your mood on Emoodji is simple, you just need to take a selfie and attach an emoji that best represents how you feel. You can then choose to share it with the friends you want to, or keep it private.

However you want to use your selfie, Emoodji will track how you’ve been doing based on your activity and send you lots of helpful tips and information on how to stay mentally healthy while studying.

The app also contains information on stress, being away from home, food and mood, anxiety, feeling down, and more.

Emoodji is available to download from the App Store and Google Play Store now. For more information, visit www.emoodji.co.uk.

Emoodji has been created by Mind, the mental health charity and Student Minds.

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