Top AI-Based Apps to Support Your Mental health in 2021

These top AI-based apps are infusing positive changes on users’ mental health

AI-based apps

AI-based apps

2020 and 2021 were a couple of harsh years that humanity has faced. First, it was the pandemic and then climate change catastrophes have swept the people for the worst. As a result, many of us started having signs of mental illness like depression, anxiety, and fear, and in some cases, suicidal thoughts. Mental health disorders are evolving to be a big crisis in the healthcare ecosystem recently. According to a report, over 40% of Americans have developed symptoms of anxiety or depression or both in 2020 due to fear of illness, self-isolation, grief, or deepening financial concerns. Adding to the worry, there is also insufficiency in mental health awareness and professionals. Fortunately, technology is here to help. Artificial intelligence is providing to be the best thing that ever happened to healthcare in recent years. It has also invaded the mental health ecosystem during the pandemic. Artificial intelligence and its sub-technologies were deployed at isolation wards to keep an eye on Covid-19 patients who might undergo mental stress due to treatment and loneliness. Moving away from the pandemic, AI-based apps are generally used to identify negative symptoms in people. These top AI-based apps for mental health are infusing positive changes with more and more innovations lining up. IndustryWired has listed top AI-based apps that commoners can use to check their mental health conditions. They also support and give advice when we are feeling mentally sick.


Top AI-based Apps for Mental Health Issues


Wysa is an AI-based app that uses a cute buddy to monitor users’ health conditions. It provides emotional support with mood tracking, finding optimism, reframing thoughts (CBT) in an easy to understand and friendly chats. Besides providing personal meditation ideas, Wysa also encourages you to take up family meditations to enhance the bond. Over the usage, the app builds users own toolkit that could help them in state of depression, anxiety, sleep issues, and grief. 



With its AI-aided assistant technology, Youper app helps users track their mental health and manage depression and other forms of negativity. Youper’s AI assistant will hold valuable conversations with users to understand their mental status and suggests solutions based on that. It recognizes the current mental state and responds to retrieve the users from their depressive thoughts. 



Created by a team of Stanford psychologists, Woebot is a combination of artificial intelligence, chatbot, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). The AI-based app helps users handle their mental health issues on their own. The paid version of the application provides extraordinary features like subscription model for chats, mood tracking, and word games and engages with users who are in immense need of help. 



Instead of directly identifying the condition and helping users directly at the situation, Savello helps them keep peace of mind throughout. The app tracks down users’ health conditions and makes them understand their state. Besides, it also gives general practices like medication, visualization, muscle relaxation, etc while listening to nature sounds. This will help users relax from stressful thoughts. 



Moodpath is another amazing AI-based application that can tailor users’ mental health needs based on anxiety, depression, and stress. It uses assessment tools to track users’ physical and emotional well-being, mood and journal, and also teaches them how to let go of negative thought patterns and overwhelming emotions with exercises based on CBT. 



Replika is an AI-based chatbot application that helps users to figure out a user’s personality, mention feelings, and anything that is on the user’s mind. Besides addressing depressive thoughts and feelings, the application is also used as a tool to have fun and calm anxiety. 



MoodMission app is used to improve users’ moods and enhance their mental health skills. If the user is facing depression, stress, or anxiety, then the app provides a mission-based aid to help them feel better. Currently, Monash University is conducting research on the app to further extend its service. 


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