Meet Rainmaker, the best rain app for studying, relaxing, sleeping, concentrating and meditating.
Now with Rainmaker you can sleep with gentle rain sounds, study near a rainy mountain top and meditate with perfect storm sounds all without leaving your home.
Featuring advanced functionalities like adding alpha waves to your atmosphere, , adding calming melodies to your rain, improving your study space, helping you meditate and more, Rainmaker is the sleep-meditation app you've been dreaming about. These features, combined with an amazing interface and eye-catching design, make Rainmaker the best way to relax, focus and sleep. Great homework and exam helper for students. It's a must have app for students, teachers, lecturers.
Different rain sounds for you to study/sleep/meditate with.
Alpha waves and calming melodies can be added to your rainy atmosphere.
Background playback. You can use other apps or turn off your screen while listening to the app.
Offline option saves your data meanwhile online option gives you more variety of atmosphere.
Minimal interface and gorgeous design with high quality full screen graphics.
What are these rain sounds for?
There are 7 categories and 30 rain sounds for you to listen. These categories are Cozy, Calm, Heavy, Light, Sleep, City and Transportation. Under each category there are more variety of sounds. These rain sounds will help you move away from distractions while studying/sleeping/meditating.
How to use it?
It's simple. Just select the rain for your task and add calming melodies or alpha waves if you want. For example, if you can't focus on your work properly you can select the
Perfect Storm and calm your mind easily. If you can't read your book in a crowded place just select Reading Corner and isolate yourself easily.
Do I need an internet connection?
No. You can use Rainmaker without an internet connection. But some of the sounds need an internet connection in order you to listen. Online category give your more meditative sounds but may use your data.
What are binaural beats? How does it affect me?
Binaural beats, or binaural tones, are auditory processing artifacts, or apparent sounds, caused by specific physical stimuli. This effect was discovered in 1839 by Heinrich Wilhelm Dove and earned greater public awareness in the late 20th century based on claims coming from the alternative medicine community that binaural beats could help induce relaxation, meditation, creativity, focus, and other desirable mental states. The effect on the brainwaves depends on the difference in frequencies of each tone.
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