Our mission is to help you focus. If you are facing new unexpected challenges trying to work from home, we're here to make that a little easier - 50% off all plans.
Focus@Will has tens of thousands of hours of unique brain music to help you control your ADD. We create scientifically optimized music to help get you in a focus-flow state faster, and longer.
The music you find on Focus@Will cannot be found anywhere else; we remaster, re-edit, and re-produce each track to remove all distracting elements so you can stay productive and focused
What’s the value -- to your job, your success, your self-image -- of just one intensely-focused session where you filter out distractions and produce more work in two hours than you typically do in a day? Now, what if you multiplied that value over the course of a month, a year? That's what Focus@Will helps you achieve.
This app gives you a 7-day full-feature free trial. Just install and run. Then do your best work session ever. On-demand.
How do I know if this will work for me? Our in-app assessment agent uses data from the biggest brain database in the world combined with our own data from 9 years of music brain research to prescribe which specific music type and energy level will work best for you.
Our subscribers are entrepreneurs, freelancers, writers, students, and include people that work in large corporations like; Google, Tesla, Apple, SpaceX and Microsoft.
Who we are: We're an independent neuroscience company based in Los Angeles, California. Our mission is to empower you to be the best version of yourself; have a healthy work/life balance; and create fulfillment and happiness in your life.
What sets us apart: We have a customized solution based on our connection to the biggest brain database in the world. Every audio mix is different for every user, and all the sounds and music we deliver are unique to our system. Our system manages the ratio between your endogenous attention (ie the task you are focusing on) and your exogenous attention (ie your reptile brain looking for potentially dangerous 'fight or flight' external stimuli). Every human is different, the types of music that helps calm this response is highly individual. (Fun fact: the more easily distracted you are, the more energy you need to help you focus. Now you'll know why our ADHD channel is the way it is!)
Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, etc., we're big fans - but not when we're trying to be productive! The focus playlists found in these streaming services is usually someone's vague idea of what worked for them. When you want to get stuff done Focus@Will is the only option that was created specifically for your specific productivity needs.
Terms of Service: https://www.focusatwill.com/app/pages/terms-of-service
What's under the hood:
- Bug fixes
- Performance enhancements
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What can I say?
Before Focus, I was short, fat, and bald. Now with Focus, I'm tall, lean, and have a full head of hair. But really, I did the trial a while back, and opted not to pay. Then, heard it mentioned again on a podcast, decided not to be cheap and go with a paid subscription. It wasn't easy as I had listened to podcasts all day and I still miss my podcasts but I definitely feel that it's made great improvements on my ability to focus. I set the timer for 35 minutes and do my best to stand there and work. I have a standing desk. Ok, so do the trial, and if you can afford it, just go with the paid subscription and test out the various sounds to find the one that works for you as some I love and others I totally hated. And sometimes I'll switch up just for a change of pace. Get Focus and you'll be better able to focus if you can only get that person in the cubicle next to you to shut up about Trump.
Amazingly helpful. Truly delivers
I have been using focus@will for quite a while. I think I am now paying for my 3rd year. I don't think I have ever stuck with the same thing so long. I use this app any time I need to focus and be productive. It really calms me and lets me be my best productive self. I find I am not only more productive but that the quality of my work improves.
I can also share a funny story about my teenage son. He had a report due by midnight one day. He "worked" on it all day getting no where. Finally at 10pm I lost it and decided I would sit in the room with him until he finished. Again no focus!(he has ADHD). Finally out of desperation I pulled out this app and played the music. He fought with me that he did want to hear it, etc. Comically within 10 minutes he was turned towards his computer and writing. It was like a switch had been flipped. He wrote for 1.5 hours straight and turned in his paper on time. Now he asks for "that" music when he needs to get things done.
Good music for deep work
I’ve used this app for about 3 years. I typically use it when grading papers or longer assignments. Sometimes I also use it when reading. During those 3 years the team has continuously worked to improve the functionality of the app. I love that there is a phone and Mac app. The interface continues to improve its display offering some interesting images. One of the best features is a productivity tracker that allows you to see how much work you completed. I find this helpful.
I do enjoy the music— especially alpha chill, focus spa, ambient, acoustic piano and guitar and classical. Even some of the ambient sounds are nice, but not that conducive for my work. Regardless I find it helpful when I settle in for long periods of work. My only wish is that they would obtain some additions music for the stations or develop some new channels— in particular I would like to see a dub channel or downtempo channel.
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Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.