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Massage makes people happy. But that’s not all. A massage is a very beautiful experience in its own rights but it also helps in many medical ways. Some people are prescribed to regular massages to help treat acute pains. Earlier, people would have to make tedious bookings for a massage appointment and travel to their massage locations to get the services they want. Now think of someone who is suffering from acute pains and has to go through the trouble of traveling all the way to the massage parlor to ease it. That is neither convenient nor is it healthy. The popularity of on demand massage therapy app can be attributed to the fact that such apps make it possible for people to instantly book appointments with massage therapists available in and around the User’ area. These apps make it possible for the Users to avail these services at the comfort of their own homes.

Soothe Review

Just as the name suggests, the focus of this app is to ensure that the customers are “SOOTHED” after their experience with the app. Let us review the Soothe App now.

How does it Work?

The Soothe app has a very simple flow. One has to first download the app and then sign in. After signing in the User will have to mention whether they want a male or female massage therapist. They must then choose the particular kind of massage in the app that they are interested in. The app will then show you the price for the requested session and you’ve got to pay by credit card. After the payment is deducted, they confirm the time slot of the massage therapist.

The Great Features

User friendliness

The best thing about using this app is that it takes less than a minute for a person to book a confirmed massage therapy session. The massage service app is extremely user-friendly and will allow users to quickly select what they want in terms of the particular massage service they have in mind.

The therapist brings the sheets

This app has a no mess policy. This means that when you make a booking through this application, your therapist carries their own sheets. Your property remains nice and clean.

Certified professionals

The app ensures that all the therapists available on Soothe are all certified therapist. We don’t really pay a lot of value to such things but massage, if not done in the right way, can cause a lot of serious damage to the body. A certified therapist knows which points to go full bore on and where to treat lightly so that you can experience the best.


Since Soothe is all about relaxation, it does go a little easy on your wallets from time to time too. Soothe keeps coming up with many offers and discounts to ensure that their customers remain loyal. Their discounts are sometimes customized and sometimes generic.

Things We don’t Like about Soothe

Can’t choose your therapist

The app only allows you to choose the gender of the therapist you want. It doesn’t allow you to see who is coming to offer the therapy. Although it isn’t necessary for you to choose the person so long as they fit the criterion, it is nice to know who is coming to your house. It may be a security lag because you don’t want an imposter to enter your home because you did not know who the therapist was.

Not all therapist speak English

This has been a common complaint. Some of the therapists do not understand or speak English well. This might lead to a lot of communication problem during the massage session. Since the app doesn’t have any category that asks for preferred language, users can’t choose or specify what is comfortable to them.

That’s That

On the whole, this seems like a great app. It is easy and useful for anyone n need of regular massages. Massage therapy is popularly becoming a very indispensable part of everyone’s lives. As more and more people are willing to give and get regular massage services, there are many companies that are launching their own on demand massage therapy app.

By Anurag Rathod

Anurag Rathod is an Editor of Appclonescript.com, who is passionate for app-based startup solutions and on-demand business ideas. He believes in spreading tech trends. He is an avid reader and loves thinking out of the box to promote new technologies.