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These Co-Founders Turned Frustration into a Diverse Community of People Practicing Self Care

Shine co-founders, Naomi Hirabayashi and Marah Lidey are just two of a small few women of color who have received VC funding — let alone raise over $10 million in venture capital. Embracing their power as unicorns at the intersection of venture capital, wellness, and technology, the dynamic duo is committed to cultivating relatable self-care experiences for a diverse group of people. With a community of four million across 189 countries and an award-winning iOS and Android app, the Shine app provides support around your mental and emotional health. From accessing a community for support and searching a library of audio meditations to listening to a pep talk — the Shine app is your all-in-one self-care companion. While people of color are severely underrepresented in the wellness space, Shine is committed to letting users connect with other Shine members to share tips, motivation, and support from others who are working on being their most authentic selves. Recognized as 2018 Women’s...

Mar 2, 2020

Women's Self-Care App Shine Is Now On Android

Shine, the women-focused self-care app, is now available for Android users. Shine offers daily motivational and self-improvement quotes through audio and text messages. The app built by women co-founders, Marah Lidey and Naomi Hirabayashi, provides assistance for a wide range of topics including stress, anxiety, relationships, career goals, productivity and more. The app was previously only available on Apple’s App Store and through text messages. Android users can now enjoy Shine Premium, a subscription-based service, which features the standard motivational text with audio meditations and affirmations, personal check-ins along with personalized 7-day challenges to help users achieve their goals. Shine Premium is $53.99 per year or $9.99 per month. Shine told TechCrunch last year that the company’s $5 million Series A funding would be used to develop an Android app. Shine has been successful on the App Store, especially after the Christmas holiday. The app is ranked 31 on the App...

Jan 4, 2019