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[iOS] Free App "White Noise+" $0 @ iTunes (was $2.99)

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Do you have trouble going to sleep? Are you traveling on a plane and need a quick power nap? Does your newborn baby wake up in the middle of the night? There are numerous benefits to using White Noise:

  • Helps you sleep by blocking distractions
  • Relaxes and reduces stress
  • Pacifies fussy and crying babies
  • Increases focus while enhancing privacy
  • Soothes headaches and migraines
  • Masks tinnitus (ringing of the ears)

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  • +2

    I always start an episode of Cosmos. Brilliantly educational, and Neil deGrasse Tyson's voice sooths me to sleep.

    • +2

      too educational, so it makes you sleepy? sounds like my class:)

    • +4

      try the original with Carl Sagan…

    • -2

      Neil deGrasse is a dick though.

  • +3

    I just use my fan every night.

  • White noise apps are great for sleeping during the day but there are plenty of free every day apps as well.

    • i've tried most of the free apps, and a few of the paid ones. so far i've found this the best so far. i have trouble sleeping if i don't use white noise to drown out any of the other sounds of the night.

      • MyNoise is ridiculously good if you like to tweak your experience, enjoy great sound design, and hate loops. Not free. Worth the money for the "everything" pack, in my view.

    • +1

      It's not "perceived noise", it literally is "actual noise" just from a different source. And yes, masking it with something louder or in a similar register is a definite improvement, and something many people rely on just to be able to sleep at night.

      • We use my old iPad 2 with white noise for my 2 year old. She's never been a good sleeper without it.

      • +1

        Tinnitus is indeed perceived noise because in vast majority of cases it cannot be measured nor heard by anyone other than the person perceiving it.
        Personalised tinnitus suppressors may actually help, but, masking tinnitus with additional noise is simply diverting attention, also known as, placebo.

        • tomaytos tomartos then. the fact that my brain picks it up from my dying ears makes it just as real to me as the sound of my dog barking, it just can't be heard by anyone else because of how localised it is inside my head. doesn't mean it's not real sound though, and I thought that was what you were implying… my bad.

  • +3

    click the in app purchase to unlock all features for free

    • "Enter your password to confirm your In-App Purchase of one Unlock Everything."

      Is this legitimate?

      • +1

        Yes, just did it.
        The Unlock Everything is FREE :)
        Thanks OP.

  • +1

    I've played around with it and it's kind of awesome as far as this type of app goes.

  • darn, just bought this only a week ago.

  • Good find, we use white noise in our daughters nursery so this will be put to good use.

  • +1

    thanks for sharing, will try it on the plane

  • +1

    I've been using a few rain/thunderstorm apps for years now to help sleep. They're great.

  • +1

    Thanks nocure.
    Great app, also has timer and alarm features for power naps.
    Good for both younger and older..

  • +2

    I want it to be raining everytime I go to sleep

    • +4

      why pay for something so deceptive

      Did you miss the part that says free?

  • +1

    Best companion for your QC35.

  • +2

    Thanks OP great find , time for some relaxing nights :-)

  • +2

    Thx op. I had fun making a white noise symphony. Hoping my kids will like it too…Enough to put them to sleep.

  • Crap app has purchase add ons once downloaded

    • +2

      Free using the unlock all button in the app at the moment.

  • +1

    Must have IOS10 unfortunately, my ipad mini won't handle that op sys apparently

  • There are better apps out there like Relax Melodies and Relax Oriental, both have in-app purchase but the free version has far more sounds and I think they are easier to use.

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