Useful Apps for Tinnitus Management
The ATA does not endorse any products or services. The apps listed below represent a limited selection of ones that tinnitus patients and their healthcare providers find helpful. Before subscribing, it is recommended check the app’s cancellation and data privacy policies.
Sleep & Relaxation
Music and Sounds for Work
To improve concentration or decrease distress, many people find listening to music or other sounds through earbuds helpful. In the last few years, listening options have expanded and prices have equalized among most large streaming services that grant access to a vast selection of songs and sounds for approximately $10 per month. Which streaming service is best depends on the music and benefits that appeal to you. Fortunately, most services offer a free option or free trial period, which allows you to explore the services and quality of sound before subscribing.
Well-known streaming services include:
- Amazon Unlimited Music
- Apple Music
- Google Play Music
- YouTube Music
There are thousands of internet radio stations playing genre-specific music for free. Tiered subscriptions are often available, which eliminate ads. Explore more than 30,000 options by visiting www.internet-radio.com
Examples of genre-specific options include:
- Calm Radio
- Sleep Radio