- Improvements for iPhone X
Ratings and Reviews
I've read a lot of reviews recently complaining about the the UI. I respect personal preference, but can't help but feel like many of these complaints are a bit unfounded.
I've been using the app for about 3 years now, and have yet to find another that even remotely compares to the quality, creativity, and length of Naturespace tracks. The UI update was fine. Nothing life changing, but nothing detrimental either. The sleep timer is pretty slick once you set it up, which does indeed have several steps, but certainly isn't complicated. Many of her new features are simply visual: prettier, bigger track images and higher saturation, lightening flashes on the screen for those lightening tracks, and a folder based organization system for convenience. Perhaps it's just me, but I didn't notice a difference - at all - with the lack of earbud optimization. It sounds pretty much like it did before the update. I'm a big fan. :)
If I had one complaint, it would be of a lack of new tracks and bundles with the release of this update. Experiencing my old tracks in a new way isn't half as exciting as closing one's eyes, and losing oneself in the magic of a new track. I understand the recording process is extremely time-consuming, but I think I'd have preferred to be blown away with the new tracks and UI update TOGETHER. Some tracks are indeed more three-dimensional than others, but look luck finding an app with equal quality even on hose "flatter" tracks.
I got this app years ago, bought a package of tracks, liked it quite a bit, but didn't really have the use for it. Now I have a new roommate who can be pretty loud late at night. He's a great guy, a musician, always playing or making music at odd times. I'd hate to put a damper on his creativity, so I haven't asked him to keep it down after my bedtime. I ended up losing quite a bit of sleep some nights. Then I remembered I had this lovely Naturescape app. I hauled my Ion Block Rocker into my bedroom and now I get plenty of sleep.
The varied tracks can help cover the different types of sounds coming through our shared wall. When the roommate is playing reggae I need to put on a heavy thunder track.
I found an added benefit: it works on my cat. I live near a freeway, and I wake each workday just as the sound of the freeway starts ramping up. My cat has learned this pattern, so he jumps on my bed and does his little "feed me" dance so I will get up. I've found that he lets me sleep in on weekends if I am using the Naturespace app. He can't hear the freeway noise ramp up, and neither can I.
This is one of a few apps that I've had for awhile now that has kept up its appeal with gorgeous sound creations of every sort. While I highly value that aspect of this app, what I value even more is that these developer folks have not stooped down to the cheap tricks & tactics of other apps by adding in idiotic & dumb ads that are so tacky there are no words to describe it! I so miss the days of just downloading apps & knowing you are getting a quality app rather than junk or trash & people trying to rip you off! You guys encourage me that there are still a few developers left that have kept their dignity & allow users to download what they want to hear & experience without pushing for reviews & force-feeding stupid ads! Thank You, Naturespace! You make this app all the more better by trusting users to give reviews & download what they want to hear. I definitely appreciate you! And PLEASE don't make me eat my words by ever changing over to those despicable routines! You guys are all about class!☺️
- Holographic Audio Theater LLC
- 78.2 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Holographic Audio Theater
- In-App Purchases
- Riverwind Dreaming $0.99
- Night at Lake Unknown $0.99
- Infinite Shoreline $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.