The thinking was that in order to be eligible for a customer service job at a yoga service app, some experience practicing yoga with an app is necessary. The experience was better than expected. The mobile apps used were free ones found in the Amazon Kindle App Store.
Simply Yoga was the most familiar one to yoga practiced by me in the past. The rules for the others will follow in later blogs. Simply Yoga comes first because it was the best of the three. Most likely more will be used.
Simply Yoga Netiquette RulesSimply Yoga Netiquette Rules are the conventions that helped me practice yoga with the mobile app at the gym. There is a free version for Android as well. It is a freemium app, so there is a paid version as well. Simply Yoga had the best feedback of the free apps for good reason. It has a nice routine.
The yoga routine in Simply Yoga lasted about 20 minutes. The videos were fluid. There are ads on the free version when connected to the internet.
Rules of Netiquette for Simply Yoga
- It is proper Netiquette to use a book cover tablet stand to do yoga at the gym.
- It is proper Netiquette to disconnect Wi-Fi before you begin.
- It is proper Netiquette to turn the volume up all the way.
- It is proper Netiquette to follow along with the instructor.
- It is proper Netiquette move the tablet around as your practicing yoga to watch the instructor.
These rules work. a good workout was earned from using this app. The tablet stand used to view the video has to be attached to the tablet. There are a few reasons you may have to move your tablet once you start your routine. This app works without Wi-Fi once you have downloaded the video. Turning off Wi-Fi eliminates the ads that come with the free version.
It was a good beginners workout. Practice Yoga with this App to get a feel for using Yoga Apps!