Nuryl is a High-Information Music baby app designed to supercharge your baby’s brain during a short period of time from 5 months prenatal to 2 years of age. This small window of opportunity is known in the scientific community as the Critical Window of Brain Development. It's during this time that your baby's tiny brain is developing more rapidly than it ever will in his or her lifetime. The Nuryl baby app and it’s musical curriculum is designed to stimulate your baby's brain through interaction while listening to our complex musical arrangements that are highly melodic, complex, and unpredictable. While other apps for babies may offer lullabies for soothing or calming, Nuryl is the complete opposite and is not to be used during sleepy time. During pregnancy, use Nuryl with a pair of headphones placed on your stomach when your baby is most active. Find out more about the concept behind Nuryl by watching the video inside of our app and learn why thousands of other pregnant moms and new parents from all over the world are using Nuryl with their baby now.

"I can say (and our pediatrician says) she is advanced in both motor skills and language skills. She started walking at 10 months of age and stacking blocks at about 29 weeks of age." - Jim C.

"To look at a newborn baby and see recognition on their face as they turn towards the sound of the music is an amazing thing...We continue to use the app and look forward to seeing future results in our baby girl!" Andy Lehman

- Free unlimited trial playlist when you download now.

- Proprietary Music designed just for Nuryl (Half of our musical pieces were created specifically for our app)

- Mini music lessons to help your child become familiar with specific keys and scales

- Track your baby's listening progress on the stats page

- Use Nuryl with headphones on your stomach during pregnancy starting at 5 months prenatal

- Use a stereo or bluetooth speakers for new babies (Do not use headphones on little ears)

- Subscribe to get a new playlist of High-Information music every month. Over 600+ musical pieces

- Recommended listening of only 1 hour per day during active times

- Playlists newly added for children age 2 to 6

- Only baby app of it's kind

* Users have the option for two different subscription levels:
- Monthly - $9.99 / month
- Yearly - $79.99 / year

* All In App Purchasing will be charged to users iTunes Account, and cancellation of service must be done by adjusting subscriptions within iTunes Account.

* Subscriptions auto-renew on the day of the month or year that the user signed up for the service. In order to cancel service auto-renew must be turned off from without Account Info on user's iTunes Account at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period.

* No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period.

* Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication.

* Nuryl Privacy Policy and Terms of Use :

What’s New

Version 2.8.4

Fixes date selection for iOS 14.

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
93 Ratings

93 Ratings

Neromesis ,

Great concept, poor execution

First of all, the principle is excellent. As an infant, and throughout my childhood (beginning in 1974), my parents exposed me to extensive classical music. Incidentally, my brain is more advanced than ordinary people which I’ve known for decades. I understand the focus of this App entirely however, the App is flawed.
Flaw number one: Some tracks are not in tune. More than one song, I have played along with my guitar only to find that the Nuryl App is just a little flat; and I mean just the slightest bit. I verified the off key condition with some of the songs just to be absolutely certain, and to my dismay, I am correct. In my opinion, it is a major flaw.
Flaw number two: Beginning at month seven, and continuing into month eight, the new playlists downloaded feature low information music. Why? When I first began using the App, there were a majority of classical compositions. The most recent playlist has only a few songs by classical composers. Now, my family is subjected to music genres that lack rhythmic foundations, and harmony. Very disappointing!
The two flaws I’ve mentioned are critical problems, and I won’t be a subscriber ever again.
My final statement is just a complaint. Recent playlists are mostly artists I just don’t like. One in particular has several songs every single month. The artist could be the developer’s favorite so, I don’t want to be insulting however, nothing special about that artist or the songs they’ve produced.

Developer Response ,

We are glad that you like the overall principle of Nuryl, although we disagree about the app being flawed. The music is being directly played from high-quality audio files downloaded onto your device and not purposely being altered. It is possible that there are some songs that are slightly out of tune because of the ensemble tuning on the recording. Ultimately, the Nuryl curriculum was designed to stimulate the brains of young children ages prenatal -2yo in hopes to increase their cognitive abilities and not to teach perfect pitch.
Also, all of our playlists include high-information pieces as that is what the curriculum is built around (music tonally rich with highly complex harmonies that move rapidly into unexpected places by incorporating unusual melodic structures). We do have some playlists that are more jazz-oriented so as to provide diversity for the listeners but these are in our opinion high-information pieces that follow the definition of High-Information music as we advertise. Month 7 and 8 that you mention still have plenty of classical high-information pieces mixed in with the jazz and with the exception of a couple of playlists, all playlists are diversified as such.

MAFawcett617 ,

Does not sync between devices?

Other than some of the other complaints already listed (issues with AirPlay, repetitiveness of songs, certain songs are “creepy”, some songs have artists grunting in the background which is distracting) I have another that is just annoying and renders the app useless to me and my family.

I purchased the app and started the subscription, and logged my husband in on his phone. I play music for my son in the AM when my husband is at work, and my husband plays music in the PM for our son while I’m getting home from work. The app DOES NOT sync between phones. I can find high information music on my own. The problem here is the interface to track what you are doing with your child is rendered useless if it does not add together from multiple phones logged in to one account. Both phones are for the same child so it really should be no issue.

This is a glaring issue that will probably result in our cancellation.

Developer Response ,

Hello. The apps are supposed to sync up but on a daily basis, the information from one device needs to be uploaded to our server so the other device can "check in" and download the same info. Understandably, the app or devices may be turned off before this can occur and therefore would reflect a different listening time than the other device. We are looking into ways to make this more efficient and instant for our users and I hope that you would consider staying on despite this discrepancy. Regardless, thanks for your interest in Nuryl!

Sarste10 ,

Great Concept and Experience

We loved it, the concept and the execution. The variety of the music, and the criteria for its selection, were unique and impressive, and our baby was engaging with sound experiences we neither had the time or knowledge to provide. Watched the videos of the creator’s son, and some TED talks on baby sound and language development, and it convinced us! The positive reviews ring true for us, certainly. Some of the negatives are hilariously irrelevant, referring to a random server error as an app-defining moment. As for criticisms of taste, well we certainly didn’t “enjoy” every piece, but that wasn’t the point - if I had wanted baby to just experience what his laymen parents knew or appreciated, and didn’t care about exposure to complex or unpredictable “information rich” music, then I wouldn’t have considered this in the first place. But I want him to have the opportunity to be as sensitized as possible so he can have as much “ear” as possible for his own music and language growth.
(Bonus was that I also grew in my own musical tastes and appreciation!)


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Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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In-App Purchases
  1. Subscription $9.99
  2. Initial Subscription $79.99
  3. Subscription $79.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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