In the Nature you can listen large collection of nature sounds recorded around the world, you can listen birds in Brazilian forest or Baltic Sea waves crashes or Baby seal calling his mom on arctic ice or emperor penguins sitting with their chick in Antarctic or rain drops in judge forest or thunder near city or busy subway carriage with people in Australia or air traffic controller talk with pilot in Heathrow airport or New York busy train from Brooklyn or snowy day in the east Europe or construction site on sunny day or highway near beautiful forest or fly in airbus or boats on calm water in Roscoff port or night city after rain, all this sounds to dive in calm atmosphere for good dream.
Nature app works in background also it has auto-off timer.
And little simple alarm-clock
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Nature sound review
Brilliant app. Kudos to the developer. Anyone who wants the name of locations were where the sounds were recorded, dates, the camera used, the name of the photographer... let us see your talent in creating an app.
You can’t please everybody, there will always be people out there to rain on the parade. Ignore the negative critics, they are a bunch of sad people.
Badly initiated. So few choices, first of all. The world is large, your sounds are few! And, it would matter immeasurably if it said WHERE the sound was taped! Where ARE we? We get numerous photos of beaches. WHERE? Water hitting sand is pretty generic unless we know we’re in Maui. We need to know not only the KIND of sound being generated and recorded, but how, where and why? TITLES like, “An Icelandic glacier melting”. “A beach in Santa Monica”. “A storm off Cape Cod, MA, USA”. What is the POINT otherwise? Now it’s just a noise machine with photos. Generic photos. I have traveled the world and know the hushed, active tingle of the wind passing through the Mayan ruins in Cancun. The many sounds; sails ruffling, water shifting, ropes twisting, as a large sailboat circles the Komodo Islands. The cacophony of children’s voices experienced by visitors to Timbuktu. The voices of THOUSANDS of seals sunning themselves off the Skeleton Coast in Namibia. The overwhelming a-train-is running-you-over sound of a Cape Cod Nor’easter. What is the POINT of just showing us tight shots of woods and beaches if we don’t know WHERE THEY ARE? Every photo NEEDS context. An explanatory paragraph. What YEAR were the sounds recorded? Do reps from your app travel to specific places or do they just press “record” on their iPhones when they’re in the back yard?
You are ONTO something, but SO FAR OFF.
Developer Response ,
So, thanks for review, not plain to add titles, because I need to translate this on 8 languages, good translation are expensive 200$ per language (app interface and AppStore description) many days spend to find photo of place where sound was actually recorded, some used photos from authors who recorded this sounds. I spend 8 weeks to create design, icon, interface, coding, collect and match levels and optimize loops of sounds, contact with authors, search photos. Sorry my English is bad. But any way so much work for this money, I get only 150$ per year from this app with 4.7 average rating, is ok for you? Or you think is good profit for any level swift/objective-c developer, designer? Or you think it I can make subscriptions 10$ per day to make it profitable?
Please fix (or advise)
UPDATE: Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to this. I had been very busy and also thought I had already done it. The color change for the alarm and the timer buttons is what I needed to know. I still can’t set the alarm (as mentioned below and as the developer has addressed)—but since my only real concern was not being forced to leave it set and because it’s apparently an iOS problem, I’ll change my rating from 3 to 5 stars. (I actually prefer my alarms to be the phone’s standard beeping—for complex reasons that I won’t bore you with.)
ORIGINAL REVIEW: This is one of my favorite apps, but I had to (temporarily) delete it last night. After tapping the “alarm” option (accidentally or on purpose), there are two serious problems: (1) The alarm can’t be set. No matter which dial I turn, or in which direction, it springs back to 12:00 a.m. (2) Once the alarm setting window is open, there’s no way to cancel the alarm (or at least nothing telling me it actually is canceled)! There’s only an “Okay” button. And when I tap it, I have to assume by that (and by the fact that the “alarm” option in the top right is still highlighted) the alarm is set. Well, I had gone to bed early for some much-needed catch-up sleep and didn’t want to risk the alarm going off at midnight (since it was impossible to set to any other time)! So I had to delete it, which is annoying. (I’ve yet to see which settings or downloads I need to redo, if any.) Please fix or let me know what I’m doing wrong!
Developer Response ,
Sorry for your bad experience, it’s happened because Apple update iOS I never see this bug before.
When you set alarm and press ok/done, alarm button turns blue it mean alarm is ON, when you tap again button turns white it’s mean alarm is OFF.
I will fix this bug soon, so if you mail me I can notice you when it’s ready
Sorry again but Apple... they regularly arrange unpleasant surprises without any remorse
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.