Brain.fm for Android

🎧 Music + AI for focus and sleep - backed by science

Brain.fm uses AI to generate music to help you focus, relax, meditate and sleep, backed by scientific research. We use our bleeding edge audio entrainment (that we patented) which you can feel in just minutes of use.

Reviews

  • Michaela LightEntrepreneur, Author, Podcaster
    Pros: 

    Easy to use, fast to get into the focus zone.

    Cons: 

    Currently requires internet connection. I would love offline mode for airplane flights or in poor wifi zones while traveling.

    I use several days a day when I want to focus on a task. Usually my mind is always following "the shiney object" and I get distracted a lot. With Brain.fm I can focus and get tasks done. I used during Pomodoro method work sprints.

    I used last year while writing my book. Helped turn off that negative voice in my head that used to procrastinate me when writing. Recommended.

    Michaela Light has used this product for one year.
  • Real Preben FrenningCMT & Cofounder @ Inrupt AS
    Pros: 

    It freaking works, and it works well

    Cons: 

    Nothing

    I've been using the Android for a little while, and it works great. And Brain.fm really saved me when I rediscovered it recently. I've been struggling with focusing for some time, put on "Intense focus", and it felt like I had 4 arms and where super focused. After just a few minutes. Highly recommended.

    Real Preben Frenning has used this product for one month.

Discussion

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Adam HewettMaker@brainfmadam · Co-founder, Brain.fm
Hey everyone, we’re back and better than ever before. We’re really excited to premier our new Android App with the Product Hunt community. 😻 If you haven’t heard of us, we create music through our patented AI to help people focus, meditate, relax and sleep better- backed by our scientific studies and research. 🔍 Our mission is to combine Music + Auditory Neuroscience to enable any mental state on-demand. 🎧 + 🔬 = 🔥 We have some huge updates since we had our last debut on PH: • Recently won a $225k National Science Foundation grant to study our music as a treatment for ADHD. • We have a polished Android App and made major stability updates for our iOS App. • New piano focus sessions going live today! • Improvements to our AI and 3D processing which enables us to generate more sessions faster and helps people get into the zone in less time. I'm Adam Hewett - inventor of the AI, the auditory backbone of Brain.fm, and with me is Dan Clark, CEO. We're happy to answer any questions and would love to hear your feedback! How do you use Brain.fm and what features are you most looking for?
Vivan Jayant@vivan · London based technology person.
@brainfmadam Is the validation of ADHD benefits data going to be public? I am very interested in finding ways to use technology to help with ADHD.
Adam HewettMaker@brainfmadam · Co-founder, Brain.fm
@vivan Definitely! The National Science Foundation grant we received will result in a study. Phase II of the same grant will result in more. There is already a lot of data I would like to put up, like fRMI results. But, the process of science is slower than my need to brag about how good things are turning out. :) For now we have a science page: https://www.brain.fm/science Later I'll upload a recent poster we made and let you know.
Peter McCall@petermccall
@brainfmadam have you guys gotten the offline mode working on your iOS app yet? Seems to have been broken for months now. I paid for Brain.fm premium a year ago and have sent multiple emails to try to troubleshoot this, but have had trouble getting any replies.
Dan ClarkMaker@dan_clark · CEO@Brain.fm - Love Tech, Travel & Tacos
@brainfmadam @petermccall Yes, We have! Make sure you update your iOS App to the most recent version in the store. We've spent a lot of ❤️ and time making sure that playback works. Please reach out to me directly if you have any more problems! dan@brain.fm
Peter McCall@petermccall
@brainfmadam @brain @dan_clark Awesome! Love the product! Bose QC35s + Brain.fm app = productivity heaven
Erick Barron@erickbarron86 · Internet Marketer
Glad the Android app is finally here. Now I can go sleep while listening to music 😁
Sam Christie@samchristie · Social Media Manager
I've used brain.fm for iOS for about a year and a half, it's the best possible way I can get quality focus while doing work. I also use it when I'm doing mundane household BS like dishes or cleaning, kinda just helps me get in the zone and not be distracted by how annoying it is not having a dishwasher :). Happy they're expanding to Android and looking forward to trying these new piano focus channels.
Dan ClarkMaker@dan_clark · CEO@Brain.fm - Love Tech, Travel & Tacos
@samchristie - I don't think we've heard of people using Brain.fm while doing chores. I'm going to try this myself. Maybe this is the solution to spotless households? 🤔
Adam Teece@adamteece · Marketing Scientist, MarketingLabs.co
I've been using the beta of this for a while and I am soooo happy they made an Android version. I am way more productive when I use Brain.fm on a regular basis, and with so much travel, the mobile app is a life saver.
Ayman Abdullah@brokerchange · AppSumo
Discovered Brain.fm a few years back. Since then it's been one of my favorite productivity tools ever. It's a real world audio version of the limitless pill. I use it as background music to my Spotify/Soundcloud playlists and get in the zone for hours at a time. Highly recommend it to everyone.