The popular Calm meditation app features a new “Premium Family” subscription plan that includes up to six accounts. The new offering is now available worldwide for $ 99.99 per year, while a premium individual plan costs $ 69.99 per year.
Each plan participant will get their own personal account that allows them to track their progress, celebrate personal milestones, and select their favorite sleep meditations and stories. The company says family plan members don’t need to live in the same household, which is sometimes the case with family membership plans offered by the apps.
Current Calm users can upgrade to the new subscription without losing their saved favorites, downloads, or session history. Each member gets their own Calm account and logs into their account using their own email address and password. Calm indicates that session history, statistics, recordings, and other personal information related to a Calm account are not shared among members of the Calm Premium family.
The Premium Family Membership includes Calm’s entire library of content, which includes sleep stories, gratitude and mood recordings, guided meditations, calming nature sounds, lullabies and sleep stories for kids. kids, advanced performance masterclasses and exclusive music for concentration, relaxation, and sleep.
It’s worth noting that Calm’s competitor Headspace also offers a family plan with six accounts for $ 99.99 per year. However, her family plan requires all group members to enter the same physical address upon registration to prove that they all reside in the same household. The subscription plan offers full access to Headspace’s library, including relationship meditations, Headspace for Kids, and exercises designed to bring mindfulness to family activities.
Calm, along with other meditation apps, has performed well during the ongoing pandemic and has seen an increase in user numbers. Last year, Calm raised $ 75 million in Series C financing, bringing the company’s valuation to $ 2 billion. Former investor Lightspeed Venture Partners led the round, which also saw participation from Insight, TPG and Salesforce CEO and new Slack owner Marc Benioff, among others.