Online radio designed by Neuroscientists for productivity

#2 Product of the DayJuly 21, 2014
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2 Reviews5.0/5
I've used Focus@Will for over a year and I have found it to be the most consistently effective music product to help me get in the zone. I know it's subjective, but I do think there is something to their methodology. I use setting Up Tempo and while I wish they had a larger selection - it's the only music platform that hits the sweet spot for my productivity levels! :-)
@ChaseTheTruth Agree, wish they had more variety too :) When using it so much it would be great to change it up. You know about Coffitivity too right?
@espreedevora Perhaps they will expand their collection now. Thanks for the suggestion! I have to say, people talking/random coffee shop noises is my worst nightmare. I prefer complete quite or a finely tuned jam. I'm distractible!
@ChaseTheTruth totally understand :) BTW I find OmmWriter VERY useful to focus but only for writing
This doesn't pass the tests of basic scientific competency.
I agree, this does not seem over-performing than background noises or Spotify lists. But, marketing is a storytelling and the business model tells a story.
They should have some demo on the homepage. I don't want to sign up to know what I'm getting.
wonder what @bermster thinks from a behavioral economics perspective
I've actually been using Focus@Will for over a year. They have a very interesting track called "ADHD Beta Test" that I've been playing for a while now. I find that their tracks really do help me focus on specific tasks, but only if I go into the task with a clear understanding of what it is I want to accomplish. Also, in terms of their scientific primer check this page out:
@torbahax good insights. I should check out that feature.