Coronavirus As Anxiety Over Coronavirus Grows, Meditation Apps See a Spike in Downloads Headspace is also giving away free subscriptions to healthcare workers Meditation apps have seen a spike in use since the coronavirus pandemic began. Getty Images By Diana Pearl March 19, 2020 Key insights: Meditation apps are seeing an increase in downloads and usage amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Apps are also creating custom coronavirus programs, including free resources for healthcare workers. We’re living in unprecedented times, and with it has brought unprecedented anxiety. Diana Pearl @dianapearl_ email@example.com Diana is the brand marketing editor at Adweek and managing editor of Brandweek.