Freeverse Provides Tranquility to iPhone Users

Freeverse Provides Tranquility to iPhone Users

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Freeverse today announced the release of Tranquility for the iPhone and iPod touch. Tranquility offers relaxing, professionally-recorded environmental sounds designed to ease stress and help the user sleep. Beautiful images and gentle sounds calm the nerves, delight the senses and help soothe the savage beast that is our modern lives.

Along with an elegant interface and audio landscapes such as "Gentle Rain", "Ocean Waves", and "Desert Wind", Tranquility is the first iPhone application of its kind to include a full 60-minute relaxation and meditation track, entitled "A Journey Within".

"Freeverse is very proud to bring Tranquility to iPhone users. The fact that the same marvelous device that allows us to keep up with the latest in media and communications, can also allow us to slow down with an app like Tranquility, is truly remarkable," said Ian Lynch Smith, President of Freeverse. "We all have times during the day when we wished we were relaxing on a beach, listening to the waves. Tranquility gives iPhone users the power to transport themselves to a those restorative places with just the swipe of a finger."

Tranquility is available for purchase on the iTunes App Store for $0.99.

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Kyle Flanagan
Kyle Flanagan - October 9, 2008 at 12:24pm
Mikey: I appreciate your candor and totally agree with all what you wrote. Well we do take our kids to experience nature at its best but how do you convince 5-year twins that this gadget can't beat the real thing. Having said that, we continue exposing them as much as we can to appreciate the beauty of all things natural less gadgetry. Cheers :)
mikey vig
mikey vig - October 9, 2008 at 8:57am
this is not Amed towards last comment or anyone in particular but it's becoming very sad that any kids have not or do not or cannot experience these sounds first hand the way we used to (Im showing my age) and I ofcourse understand that we all live in different parts of this great world that make some of these expriences totally out of reach but it seems like the future is becoming exactly like the sci fi films we watched as kids where children would look at a picture of a bird and ask ""what's that?" I guess all I'm really saying is take them wherever and whenever you can because experience is the greatest teacher.
Kyle Flanagan
Kyle Flanagan - October 8, 2008 at 11:48pm
Follow-up! I let my kids view & listen to this app. Big mistake! Now they want me to take them someplace to experience the real thing. Consider yourselves warned - LOL
Kyle Flanagan
Kyle Flanagan - October 8, 2008 at 10:16am
I actually went ahead and got this one even though it's a 100+ MB file. Tell you the truth, it's indeed relaxing, it sort of takes you on to a higher platform - can't exactly find the right word for that - so I'll just settle for serene.
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