Rainforest Connection® Player

4.3
103 reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Listen to live audio streams from the rainforest in Peru, Ecuador and beyond!

Rainforest Connection (RFCx) transforms recycled cell-phones into solar-powered guardians that protect forests and wildlife from poaching and illegal logging.

The RFCx player enables you to live stream the sounds of the rainforest through your mobile device, anytime and anywhere. Listen in for rare screechy birds, laughing gibbons and the occasional amazon parrot!

If you have a query or suggestion about the mobile app then please contact us via mobile-support@rfcx.org.
Updated on
Feb 10, 2022

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4.3
103 reviews
A Google user
April 10, 2020
great concept and beautiful interface. i can read on so far 6 rainforest conservation projects and listen to sounds bundled inside the app for offline use, or a dozen livestreams of forests all over the world or watch 360 degree videos. sounds are grouped into insects, birds, animals, rain and relaxing. wish there was a little bit more content each. tempe stream has interferences, temporarily? thanks for making login optional since it's not clear what the benefits are
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A Google user
July 24, 2019
A truly wonderful app. Having experienced the forests of Indonesia it is a joy to be able to hear them from home. Not only does this app serve to remind us of the beauty around us but how important it is to preserve it. This special app does both.
9 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
February 8, 2020
Beautifully managed and functionally sound app. Improvements are incremental but worth the wait. As close as it gets to the real-time ranger alert cloud system.
4 people found this review helpful
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What's new

- Learn about the 95 bird and frog species detected, and listen to their unique calls recorded at over 900 sites
- Livestream audio from Guardians at 20 locations in Puerto Rico and see if you can identify some species for yourself