Music soothes the savage beast. The saying holds more truth than you may realize. Think of how many times you‘ve thrown on some music to help you vent, put you to sleep or even help you keep your focus. You may even have created playlists on your BlackBerry smartphone for numerous occasions. One BlackBerry smartphone application takes the idea of beneficial tones one step further; Brainwave Tuner. Regardless if you are attempting to mediate, catch some shut eye or even cram for a test, you can browse through 20 preset sound patterns to assist you. It’s amazing how simple tones with binaural beats can help you get your mind where you need it to be- all it needs is the right stimuli. When I get writer’s block, I turn to instrumental music to help me along the process. Brainwave Tuner was recently updated to version 2.6 and includes the following features:
- Updated User Interface
- Prolonged Sound Loops
- Categorized waves and more sound patterns added in version 2.6
- Examples of possible uses for brain stimulation
- Relaxation and meditation by entraining your brain into desired states
- Enhancement of learning capabilities (super learning)
- Sleep induction (for treating insomnia or just for falling asleep quicker)
- Focusing attention and enhancing awareness
- Alleviation of headaches and migraines, as well as other pain
- Preparation for stressful situations
- Self hypnosis and/or subliminal programming
Promotion: Brainwave Tuner is available from the CrackBerry App Store for $3.99. You can use the coupon code CRACKBERRY201110 in order to receive a 50% discount. The promotion is valid until this Sunday at midnight, PST. Please note: This code will only work in the mobile app store or mobile app store client from your device.
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