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Sanat Singha is a technical writer, an editor, a blogger and a web marketing consultant. Contact him at wsigmas@gmail.com

I think we’ve all seen an advert or two from the 1950’s of the ‘man of the house’ returning home from a long, hard day at work to be greeted by his neatly groomed wife holding his slippers in one hand and some sort of refreshment in the other. That scenario is certainly for the most part, a thing of the past. These days most women would take great offence to being labelled as the dutiful wife, and certainly the luxury of being a housewife or househusband isn’t afforded to many, as most households require more than one income in order to survive. So when we look at relaxation at the end of the day, we realise that it comes in many forms, and in this technologically advanced age, apps intended for relaxation are a reality. Here are a few apps which you may be tempted to try:

 relieve Stress

1. Hypnosis by Nimue

Who would have ever thought that this type of app could possibly exist? Now you can “access the power you’re your subconscious” and not only learn to relax, but also progress to stop smoking, conquer your addictions and lose weight too. With 4 stars out of a possible 5 on Google Play Store, they must be doing something right.

2.  Roulette Classic by Jackpotjoy

Casino apps are very popular and allow the user to explore the world of gambling without having to leave the house or spend a single cent should you prefer to play the demo options. There’s something rather mesmerising about watching the roulette wheel spin, and coupled with the excitement of possibly winning a jackpot or two, it will certainly help you take your mind off the day. Jackpotjoy roulette offers you some mindless fun without having to plot and plan too much – unless of course you are the type who is in it to win it and insists on analysing the odds and various playing techniques. 

3. Simple Solitaire by 90ninecents

It’s quite amazing how this particular game has remained so popular for so many years. Nothing much has changed about the game itself and the object of the game is still to place all the cards in each suite in ascending order.However, this app does have a fresh, modern look whilst retaining the same classic appeal.

4. Fruity Madness Slots Lite by Quastor Studios

Possibly one of the games that will require the least input from you: all you need to do after logging in is to click on a single button here and there and watch the reels spin. This slots game boasts colourful graphics with congo type party music, a vibrant holiday theme and the typical big casino atmosphere.

5. Bubble Game by ExaMobile S.A.

We all love bubble wrap and somehow find popping bubbles relaxing and somewhat therapeutic too. So imagine having bubblewrap on your phone and at your disposal at any time you feel the need to release some stress. This virtual bubble wrap is a fantastic stress reliever and extremely simple to operate. Once starting the app all you need to do is press on the bubbles with your fingers and voila – they burst. So completely addictive that you won’t want to put it down!