ADAA member Kimberly Morrow, LCSW is quoted in this Money.com article.

"...Although online apps can never take the place of a traditional therapeutic relationship, they are a low stakes way of learning some of the same skills that you’d get at an in-person session—like recognizing and challenging thoughts, identifying emotions, and meditation."You have access to them 24/7,” Morrow says, adding that if you’re in the middle of a panic attack, you can reach right for your phone, write down the symptoms and some apps will be able to talk you through methods a therapist might tell you.