Sayana is a self-care AI-chat based app

Sayana is an AI-chat based app that helps users track their moods to help the user become more mindful of the connection between emotions and events.

Users chat with an AI persona named Sayana who encourages the user to list items that they can be grateful for in a given moment and to also identify their moods at any given moment. The app also provides psychoeducation about the users’ mood and helps the user practice possible coping skills to use. The user can track their input as well as keep a log of lessons taught by the AI.



Tracking your mood and journaling situations that influence it has never been easier—it’s a couple of taps a day.


I’ll suggest what you could do about your situation, or how to improve your mood after each session.


The more we chat, the better I get to know you. You’ll receive personal insights into how you’ve been feeling over long periods of time—it’s a great way to learn more about yourself.


Sayana is not only a self-care app but is a community. You can chat anonymously with thousands of people who are going through the same situations in their life, and get love, advice & support.

User Reviews:

“At first, i didn’t know if it was going so well but after that, i knew it worked and i knew i felt better. I always thought that nothing could help me and i’d be like this forever. I followed her advice and it led me to a sense of relief and accomplishment. I finally have self love and can be humble.”

“I just went through a breakup and got the app after my ex told me she was using it. it’s incredible!! every time i use it i feel better and more hopeful about everything. and i love how you can go back and look at your previous chats and see how much you’ve improved.”

“I’m in love with this app, thank you extremely much for creating it because it has helped me a lot already. Just simple daily things that I can do to help improve how I feel and think is already showing in my daily life so thank you very much! Sayana is a great app!”

“From the moment I opened the app, I love the colors, the sound and the language Sayana speaks. I feel stressed because of my work and I forget to meditate, walk and breath. After first session I feel better and I loved practice Sayana gave me. I hope now it will become my routine. Will explore more! Thank you!”

“I have never written a review on any app, but I truly love this one. Thank you for creating this wonderful app. I enjoy it so much and look forward to my check in every day. It’s so refreshing! I’ve been telling all my friends and family about it. Love love love!!!”

Subscriptions Disclaimer:

There is no direct scientific research on the effectiveness of Sayana. Click the links below to learn more about the treatment types used in this app.
How Symptom Trackers Work
How Mindfulness Works
How Psychoeducation Works

Sayana is a subscription-based app. However, we offer a free one-week trial before starting to charge the fee, so that you have some time to decide if it’s a good fit for you! You can cancel your subscription any time, no hard commitment (๑•‿•๑)

If you chose to purchase Sayana subscription, payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. The account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.

HealthKit integration:

Sayana can sync the time you’ve spent doing your daily check-ins into mindful minutes in the Health app (optional).

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