Sounds UI Good

100+ UI sounds for mobile and web apps

#2 Product of the DayJune 09, 2018

Sounds UI Good helps builders create immersive experiences. A perfect collection of clicks, chimes, toggles & alerts totalling 114 UI sounds. From accessibility sounds to tropical chimes each sound has carefully been processed to maximise hearing potential on devices and ready to drop into projects.

Use code: PRODUCTHUNT for 10% off!

Reviews

 

Discussion

Hunter
Makers
You need to become a Contributor to join the discussion - Find out how.
Amrith Shanbhag@amrith · Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd
Where are you sourcing these sounds from @theswiftycoder?
JayMaker@theswiftycoder · Maker of things
@amrith Hey, thanks for your question. All the sounds have been created by myself. Before switching to mobile development I was an audio engineer/producer.
Sitati Kituyi@sitatik · Co-Founder / Engineer, AfricanStockPhoto
Really cool, crisp sounds. I've just bought the pack for a minimalist Android game I'm working on, I think it'll work perfect. Edit: ha, a sound from the demo that I really liked & wanted for "level completed" is actually called level_up_alert.wav
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job!! 😊 Will check it out
David Fastuca@davidfastuca · CMO & Co-Founder & Locomote
nice work!
Lee Qixian@swiftpolar · Full-stack Developer
It wasn't long ago that I was looking for such sounds for a web app of mine. That said, I found many with the CC0 license (basically no copyright). What will make me attracted to this sound list would be easy categorization of the sounds maybe a simple tagging system or something of that. Is there anything like that if I purchase it or it is just a compilation with all the sounds as seen in the screenshot you provided?
JayMaker@theswiftycoder · Maker of things
@swiftpolar Hey, I've added a tag to the end of the file name under what I thought it's use case could be. "What could be an alert for one project could be a toggle for another". Where a tag doesn't exist it's up for personal interpretation ;) Regarding copyright, you're free to use the sounds in commercial and personal projects. This includes changing the key, warping or speeding up. Hope that helps!
pranapps@pranapps · Indie App Developer
@swiftpolar Would you mind sharing where you got your sounds with CC0 license?
Lee Qixian@swiftpolar · Full-stack Developer
@pranapps I googled it and came to know of https://freesound.org/ You can then search and filter via the license type.