Can't mix sounds, but it will have the thing you're looking for. Since I love riding trains, this provided me with the relaxation sound I was looking for. However, I couldn't mix match sounds and that's why I will not give it a 5 star rating.
Perfection. Started with this app on the ipod touch 1st gen and since then i havent owned a smart device that hasnt had this installed. The mixes and downloaded sounds have always been ready with the backups. Plus i sleep to this every single day. There will never be another app as perfect/useful as this one.
Sounds ok, functionality 0-10 So the whole thing that distinguishes this app from all the other sound making apps is the ability to make custom sound blends, right? I loved this on my iPhone. Go to create a mix on Android ... press "menu". Well, a Galaxy S5 doesn't have a menu button. Thanks for the copy-paste from iOS, this did not translate.
Terrible I own a Galaxy Note 2 and an apple 4s. On Apple this app was Great. On android its TERRIBLE. You can tell this developer spent no serious time trying to make this app even remotly like the apple version.
I used to love this app... ...back when I had an iPhone. Sadly it seems the android version has been abandoned. My main issue is the very noticeable gap in sound when the audio loops, because of this it now causes me more stress rather than relaxing me. It's a real shame because I would recommend the iOS version to everyone.
Great ... Except for. .. This is a great app and I have used it for a very long time now. Worked perfectly in iOS (and still does) but now I use it mainly on Android. The problem is that for Android there is a very noticable audio gap on the loop playback. I've seen posts from Urban Apps 2 years old where they stated that they are working on it. No fix yet. 2 years......
★ Ambiance now shows you which sounds are newly added
★ Ambiance also notifies you with an alert when new sounds are added weekly (enabled by default, configurable in settings)
★ Fixed a bug where the sound preview would continue to play when receiving a phone call
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