Friday, April 8, 2016

Focus@Will: An Ambient Music Solution That Makes You Focus

Hello Tekkies! -- There has been a lot of music application made available for people on the go these days: Spotify, Spinnr, YouTube and more. Android, Windows, iOS and BlackBerry fans have been treated by different developers into a world that most of the working and business class called as an "hour of solemnity" during work. Listening to music in everything that we do, is already part of our everyday life. Most of us use these applications during travel, while working, while thinking or before going to sleep as our background to make us sleepy.

Technically speaking, if you are a regular user, you really cannot determine the difference at all or you really cannot distinguished nor decide, which application is the best for you that will accompany for the entire day of your adventure. Now, another company is introducing their unique kind of ambient music, that claims to help you focus on everything that you do, based on their experiment. I introduce to you now a music application called: Focus@Will. This application, claims that it can boost your focus and concentration, using their application available on Web, Android and iOS devices. This neuroscience based music subscription service helps you focus on everything that you do for up to 400%! 

Being an iOS and Android user, and skeptical as well, I tried to check out this application by registering on their free trial, you can also do that by clicking this LINK. No credit cards or anything that has been required to me, but just some of my details and a quiz that lets you answer a couple of questions, so that the application itself can be able to "calibrate" its settings to your mood or shall I say, to your everyday routine, then you are good to go.

When you’re listening to the app, you can choose from different channels like Cinematic, Ambient, and Classical. You can also skip songs, which will give the app more information about what works and doesn’t work for you. There’s no advertising. Instead, like what I have said above, there’s a three-week free trial period — after that, you can only listen for 100 minutes at a time or you have to pay a subscription fee of $3.99 per month for unlimited access. So, if you are interested in making your brains more focused and you want an application that can help you boost your concentration at everything you do while listening to music, this can be a good solution for you. For more information, you can check out their website here.

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