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Cool, use this app when I travel and it's very nice. Has many sounds besides white noise too

Wait a minute. It's called "White Noise Free", but it's the fully unlocked paid version? 🤔

robstrash said:   Cool, use this app when I travel and it's very nice. Has many sounds besides white noise too
no thank you
I travel, to stay away from all the noise at home. Don't need another accompaniment
 

kdeez said:   Wait a minute. It's called "White Noise Free", but it's the fully unlocked paid version? 🤔
  There are two apps in the App Store. Look for the one that is just called "White Noise". You can also distinguish them by the app icon... "White Noise Free" has a pink icon, "White Noise" has a blue one.

My kids used this, at a low level, to put their baby's to sleep!

Looks like there are three versions. Pink icon - free which is free. Blue icon - Full which right now is free. Then Green icon - Pro which is not free.

I already have a free Android white noise app that works great. Why is an iOS version that's free a "hot deal?" Aren't there plenty of free Android and iOS white noise apps?

so does this app play Justin Bieber songs?

ahallfatwallett said:   I already have a free Android white noise app that works great. Why is an iOS version that's free a "hot deal?" Aren't there plenty of free Android and iOS white noise apps?
  Because developers apparently think iOS users are all billionaires.

Don't do it--this is how the demons get inside.

ahallfatwallett said:   I already have a free Android white noise app that works great. Why is an iOS version that's free a "hot deal?" Aren't there plenty of free Android and iOS white noise apps?
  I can stream movies for free on Netflix. Why are listings of movies for a few dollars on disc or stream still a "hot deal?"



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