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Books, yoga, foreign languages: world services give free subscription to all Ukrainians

Many global services have become free for Ukrainians as a token of support.

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The world does not forget about Ukraine, and many people around the planet are trying to help in whatever way they can. Here is a selection of services that have provided free access to their products and resources for all Ukrainian users. It is very important to set aside at least some free time for reading articles or books, meditating or learning a language, because in a war it is very important to preserve not only your body, but also your peace of mind.


The Washington Post, Financial Times, dow Jones, The Economist and many other foreign publications opened free access for readers from Ukraine to a number of their materials about the war.

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Ukrainian book online store Yakaboo opened free access to all electronic and audio books in its mobile application. To do this, you need to download the application in App Store or Google Play – for those who already have a subscription in the App Store, you need to cancel the payment, and for Google Play users, the subscription will cost 2 UAH per month. In addition, with the outbreak of war, Yakaboo refused to cooperate with Russian publishing houses, financially supported the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the terrorist defense, and their employees are engaged in volunteering.

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Ukrainian video service Megogo opened free access to the entire database of films, series, cartoons and audio fairy tales for users from Ukraine. Earlier, Megogo refused to broadcast Russian films and closed its service in Russia.

International IT company Boosta opens free access to all Boosta Academy courses on SEO and linkbuilding, Customer Care, SMM and targeting, as well as a detailed guide for freelancers on earning on the platform Fiverr. To take the course for free, you must complete registration form and wait for a letter from the academy manager.

Service for listening to music Deezer provides a free subscription to a premium account for one month. Currently, this option is available to already registered users of the application, but the team continues to look for other ways to support Ukrainians. You can download the application from the links: App Store, Google Play.

In addition, educational giant Coursera provides Ukrainian educational institutions have free access to their platform, that is, to a database of 5200 courses and 2200 projects.


application YOUR, where you can track your state of mental health, has opened free premium access for all Ukrainians. Thus, users will have access to eight psychological assistance tools: a diary, breathing exercises, mood monitoring, and most importantly, unlimited chat with consultant psychologists. You can download the application at App Store and Google Play.

Applications for meditation and yoga Better Me mental health, Down dog and Meditopia also opened free access for Ukrainian users, and a service to support women's health Flo's provided free access to a premium account.

Application for learning foreign languages uTalk opened free access to its resources for Ukrainians. You can subscribe by linkand download the application here - App Store and Google play. Another language learning service, Drops, also offers a free premium subscription for a year to help Ukrainians who have gone abroad not feel language barriers. For access, go to linkand download the app here - App Store and Google Play.

In addition, the Busuu service gave Ukrainians 90 days of premium subscription to learn all 12 languages ​​available in the program. LingQ opens a premium account for Ukrainians to learn 24 languages ​​- to activate, you need to contact the support service. The world's most popular language learning service Duolingo granted permission to use the application for free. And the Mondly platform offers free access to courses for Ukrainians who have moved to European countries. To do this, when registering, you need to indicate Ukrainian as your native language - and you will get premium access.

Route planning app outdoor active opened free access to Pro Membership to make it easier for Ukrainian users to navigate while traveling and to provide the opportunity to share their location with their families. All users from Ukraine will receive a personal letter from the team, which will provide free access. Download Outdooractive from the App link Uppercase и Google Play.

Adobe provides Ukrainian users with the opportunity to get 3 months of free use of their products. To do this, you need to write a personal letter to the support service or in private messages on the official pages on social networks.

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Ukrainian IT company MacPaw gives Ukrainians an annual subscription to ClearVPN - to activate, you need to register by link, enter the promotional code SAVEUKRAINE, and then download and install the application.

Application for self-development Headway provided free access to premium subscriptions to Ukrainians on iOS and Android. This application is the most downloaded in the world in the Samari book niche and entered the top three most popular educational apps in the US App Store in December 2021. Now, in addition to educational content, Ukrainians will have access to important instructions on how to protect themselves and their families during hostilities. Headway app is used by about 12 million people from 140+ countries. At the same time, it is now unavailable for Russia and Belarus.

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