As the digital revolution continues apace, we ask whether the Remente app truly has the power to alter the quality of our lives.

“Improve your life,” implores Remente’s slogan. Its strapline, meanwhile, promises that: “small actions every day create life-changing behaviours”.

This is fighting talk from the creators of the self-improvement app that was designed to help you set goals and teach you ways to feel good, be productive and keep motivated. The cloud-based platform allows individuals and businesses to increase productivity, reach targets, manage stress and improve wellbeing.

In 2011, David Brudo founded Remente (he is now its CEO) with a team of experts in the fields of neuroscience, psychology and mental training. Practising what the app preaches, Brudo insists that the whole team meditates together after their daily morning meeting, to help increase their focus, calmness and productivity.


The app provides the tools you need to fulfil your potential – including a day planner, a life assessment tool, a goal-setting system, a mood journal and a library of relevant articles on everything from weight management to mindfulness to relationships to sleep optimisation to sex.

Remente has been covered widely in the press; it has featured in The Guardian, The Telegraph and The New York Times. Its users – of which there are thousands around the world – are very positive.

“Writing down feelings, setting goals and getting an understanding of what stress does to you have already helped me to have more control of my emotions,” says one.

“Remente is the almost perfect daily app you can rely on. Everything you need is here – life-changing advice,” says another.

“I discovered this wonderful app about a year ago, with the most interesting, beautiful features and functions to enable you to start thinking about what you actually want to achieve,” says one more.

Remente democratises mental wellbeing and helps us prepare properly for the mental marathon we all run every day. Will it make you happier? There’s only one way to find out…

January 2018