This is a weekly segment dedicated to finding the top new apps on iOS and Android. I’m passionate about new apps and tools that help you achieve your passion every day.
Here are three Apps, that I’m impressed with this week. These apps are all centered around music apps that help you either relax or focus when it comes to your productivity.
Spotify: Perfect playlists
Spotify is still not used by a lot of people, despite there being a huge popularity around the service. The free version of Spotify gives you access to a lot of free content, with small 30s advertisements. Access to playlists created by Spotify has to be the best feature for productivity nerds across the world, they’ve created playlists based in mood allowing you to grab the tunes you need relevant to your feelings. I find this massively helps when trying to clear your thoughts, and process ideas.
- Browse playlist for focus and relaxed music
- Organise your music in a library
- Create radio based on your music taste
- Discover new music every day
Premium is good, but only if you’re wanting to use offline with not 4G. If you have unlimited 4G, keep with free.
Noisli: generating a positive background noise
Noisli is something I’ve been using on Chrome to help create a comfortable background noise around me. With Noisli you can create sounds based on real life situations and sounds. With these sounds, you can immerse yourself in an environment of total control of your audio motivation.
- Mix sounds with others
- Create mini-playlists
- Save your tracks once created
It’s also available on iOS too, but I have been using the web version with ease. iOS is also £1.99 – which is something to consider.
Coffitivity: the musical coffee experience
Coffitivity is an app allowing you to simulate coffee shop environments. Simply this will allow you to fill your room or earphones with coffee shop background noise. It’s available on both Android and iOS so perfect for one the go.
- Listen to coffee shops wherever, whenever.
- Explore new coffee shops around the world
Easy and simple, but powerful if you like to replicate the coffee shop environment at home without paying too much for a coffee every hour. Also – it’s backed by scientists.
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