Recently, Waze (Android | iOS) has added a cool new feature that can help drivers feel calmer and more relaxed while driving their vehicles amidst the chaotic traffic of big cities. Just look! In partnership with the meditation platform Headspace, this news, which has been released to everyone since October 11, is part of the celebration of “Mental Health Day”.
In the next few days, on the Waze app, all drivers can activate the “Drive with Headspace” option to be guided on their way by the meditation tool, so through calming sounds and guided meditation exercises you can get a little more take it to your destination. Pretty cool, huh?
According to Waze’s head of brand programs, Erin Bellsey: “Often, when we drive, our mind is anywhere but the commute. Traffic can affect our mood, stress levels, and physical and mental well-being.”
In this way, this new feature can be a way to help drivers in traffic by creating the opportunity to enjoy these moments. Want to find out how to try it on your phone? Take a look at this article!
Waze: Here’s How to Drive in Meditation Mode
Guys, before starting, it’s worth remembering that this news is being released in the Waze app for Android and iOS devices, okay? It will be available for a limited time only.
Step 1: Before starting a journey, on the Waze homepage, tap on “My Waze”;
step 2: do that, tap on the option “Drive with Headspace”;
step 3: On this page, you can choose some custom settings. You can make your car icon only visible to you, set the Headspace voice as your guide, and even customize the ride to your mood;
step 4: you can define your mood as attentive, friendly, bright, optimistic, or cheerful;
step 5: with everything right, just tap on “Done” to start using the navigation;
step 6: on your way, you can also follow a small balloon from Headspace on the Waze map.
Oh! And look how cool: Headspace has also prepared a playlist with calming custom sounds to listen to while driving. It is available on Spotify, you can access it by clicking here.
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