Interactive metronome training has been shown to improve attention, focus, rhythm, and reaction time. Some use it to help with attention deficit disorder (ADD or ADHD). Professionals use it to help improve focus. Musicians use it to improve their sense of rhythm. Athletes use it to improve their reaction time and rhythm.
While this app is not as accurate as a medical device, it does contain many of the same features that are required for successful interactive metronome therapy training and tracking. The visual design is meant to be fun for all ages while the detailed tracking, statistics, and other features make it useful for effective therapeutic training.
NOTE: This app is much more effective as a training tool than a game. Read more about interactive metronome therapy first and learn more about how it works and why the interactive feedback is so important. Wearing headphones can also help with the auditory feedback and high quality pink noise sounds (which are both in stereo).
- Set the target Time and Beats Per Minute to help with different goals.
- Interactive sound feedback is in stereo to help engage all senses.
- Several visual cues and real-time statistics are displayed.
- High quality pink noise can be enabled to help with focus.
- Detailed statistics make it easy to track progress.
- Fun visual design that looks fun and appeals to all ages.
- Changed Time and BPM selection to picker wheels.
- Added back buttons for user convenience.
- Ad locked features are unlocked longer after reward ads..
- Several minor bug fixes and improvements.
- Removed analytics for less concern about data sharing consent.
- Added neutral age screen and child lock out for personalized ad consent.
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Great app but...
As a physician I would recommend this app to my patients if the sound worked and the patients could clap to the beat rather than just click the button. With interactive metronome, it is important to move both hands in a circular motion between claps. This complex motion will stimulate the midline cerebellum much more than moving just one finger would and would give much better results for treating ADHD.
This clap feature request may sound like difficult programming but I bet it can be easily achieved using the accelerometer data from the smart phone to detect when the patient claps. Or maybe you can make it so that the entire screen can be pressed instead of just a small button.
I would also love to be able to export patient data to a csv file from this app to track patients long term.
Thank you for your hard work in making such a great app. Keep up the great work!
Correction: the sound works with headphones only. The pink noise is a cool option. I’d like the option to change the frequency of the white noise and the background color of the app in order to stimulate different parts of the brain with sound and color.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.