ChillScape combines cognitive psychology, AI generated music and mesmerizing graphics to create an experience that’s calming, fun and immersive.
The power of music has been shown to regulate one’s mood and provide calming effects to the body. Based on principles developed by sound therapists, ChillScape is designed to help slow heart rate, reduce blood pressure and lower levels of stress hormones.
This is how it works:
Each chill session starts with low pitched tones, similar to those experienced in the womb.
As you pop bubbles melodies play and the soundscape evolves. Layers of sound are gradually introduced - with frequencies known to stimulate calm and create feelings of euphoria.
Underneath the music there is a soft ‘pulse’ that gradually slows from 60 to 50 beats per minute through the session. Due to a phenomenon called “entrainment” your breath and body will naturally try to follow this rhythm, consequently reducing your heart rate and blood pressure.
As you progress the generative audio engine will produce new sounds providing you with a continually evolving experience.
HealthKit integration and in-app stats let you keep track of the length of your sessions.
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- Fix for some users on iOS 11.2 or lower
Ratings and Reviews
Excellent relaxing experience
I love when these devs put out a new app because they always go beyond my expectations. ChillScape is very relaxing and calming. For apps like this simplicity is key, yet the visual and auditory aspects must be interesting enough to retain your attention. They nailed both of these.
I doubt any app will ever exist that can replace actual deep mindfulness meditation, but when I have a few free minutes I really do enjoy sitting down with this app and letting myself stop thinking about everything and just enjoying what is going on on the screen, and this really does lead to a sense of calmness. Great job with this one.
Pretty?- yes. Relaxing? possibly.
Beautiful distraction but not very calming. (For me), Some sounds seemed a little icy-electro and could be more soothing. But music is so subjective. Your experience might be different. The science behind this app seems solid.
Developer Response ,
Sorry you didn't like the sound scape. In our user testing we had very positive feedback but of course everyone has different tastes. We're planning to expand the sound set with more variety soon. If you have any suggestions for what you'd like to hear please send them to email@example.com
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.