Waterfall Technically 1/f noise. Fractal.Seems very relaxing. Sounds like a waterfall or possibly a heavy rain. Would like more variety, but I am glad someone created one of these for android. I suspect the loop alternatives will become less effective as the brain picks up on the repetitive loops. Educationally, one might include the ability to vary the spectral density continuously from brown to pink to white noise. Regardless, thank you for creating this!
Not recommended for audiophiles. There is (at least on my phone) a high frequency "jingle" is the only word I can come up with, like someone jingling keys, it's very quiet but drives me nuts. My guess is that it is artifacts caused from a not high enough bit rate.
I don't know how to rate this It was terrible for me, but I have tinnitus and misophonia. I don't think that's the apps fault, but it's not a good app for someone like me. The sound was grating, it seemed to exacerbate the tinnitus ringing.
People. It's _supposed_ to sound like static. What did you think that Pink would be singing and Victoria Secret models walking around in PINK lingerie would suddenly appear at your doorstep? Also, I don't hear any jingling of any type. It could be your phone, audio jack connection, or cheap headphones. It works fine for me. Simplify the menu by letting user enter time to play sound. Add a page that explains what pink noise is used for and for how long for it to play to have any therapeutic effect for tinnitus treatment. Make sure audio file is not compressed.
Everyone who down voted this because it wasn't relaxing enough: You DO realize that this is a pink noise generator for tuning sound systems right? It does an absolutely perfect job at what it's designed for.
It's ok, but there are a few issues. I use this for tinnitus and the intermittent gaps can be distracting. Now and then it just stops playing completely and I have to start it again. However, the app does going when I receive a phone call, so I have to ask the person to hold on, unlock my phone, and then disable the noise in order to talk normally.