Developed to soothe cranky commuters that are stretched to breaking point on public transport.
The meditation app has been created by Glasgow-based entrepeneur Rohan Gunatillake to bring the relaxation method to the mobile market for modern lifestyles.
buddhify claims meditation is increasing in popularity among city workers and aims to provide mental training during periods of free time whether that's commuting, at the gym, walking or at home.
It provides quick and simple guides encouraging users to focus, improving awareness and wellbeing in urban locations.
The app offers a personalised introduction and features more than 32 exclusive audio tracks, easy-to-use navigation.
There is also a two-plater meditation mode so user can work share the experiene with friends.
Gunatillake, says: "Meditation and mindfulness can really help combat the stresses that busy city life can heap upon us.
"My aim with buddhify is to provide a convenient, playful and practical way to bring the benefits of meditation without having to sacrifice the elements of high-energy urban life we all enjoy."
Martin Aylward, one of Europe’s leading meditation teachers, said: "buddhify is a real first and cleverly combines an introduction to traditional meditation with new and convenient technologies.
"The app successfully condenses key elements of ancient practices into a format that brings meditation and its benefits to a whole new audience."