Actress and social media personality Tabitha Brown partners with the Calm app, which is considered to be the number one app for mental fitness, guided meditations and sleep stories. Brown is famous for her calming and reassuring voice, and fans have been begging for this collaboration ever since the star’s initial viral vegan videos touched the Internet.
Everyone’s social media aunty celebrated the news on Twitter yesterday (April 6). She shared “Omg family!!! Y’all asked and @calm delivered!!! OMG. Thank you!!!! I hope you all love my story!! I love you!! #tabithabrown”
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Calm introduced “Sleep Stories,” on the app where visitors can listen to stories to help them rest easy at night. “Slowing Down With Tabitha Brown” is Brown’s personal story to finally give fans what they have been wishing for all along.
The app, famous for their guided meditations, has been integrating new features to assist visitors with a more positive and relaxing life. The application, which users can download easily on their phones, has been aiding in lifestyle changes for people who struggle with anxiety, stress and sleepless nights. It is refreshing to see an app actually listening to their consumers, and executing their needs.
It seems like fans are enjoying Calm’s newest addition to the “Sleep Stories” series. One Twitter user commented, “Tabitha Brown finally being on the Calm app is the best thing to happen.”
Other users commented on how quickly Tabitha’s voice allowed them to drift off into a blissful night’s rest. This Twitter user says, “Tabitha Brown had me sleep in 10 minutes on this damn Calm APP.”
Calm made a deliberate move partnering with Tabitha Brown, who is bound to see great success in her growing career. The NAACP Image Awards winner is set to appear on Snowfall soon, and it looks like Brown has even more in store for the future.
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Yasss Queen: Tabitha Brown Introduces Her Exclusive ‘Sleeping Story’ With The Calm App was originally published on globalgrind.com