Description of App
"A vacation for your ears."
Travelear promises to take your ears on an adventure like never before! You can finally go to a variety of destinations and environments with a pair of headphones and the click of a button. With Travelear you can hop across the pond and experience the hustle and bustle of London's famous Flower Market or even take a trip down to New Orleans jazz-filled streets. If you're not in the mood for a new city sound then you can always get up close and personal with forest wildlife or simply sit back and relax on your porch as a summer thunderstorm passes by. Let our sounds immerse you into an environmental narrative and make you feel like you are actually there.
- 3D experiences created exclusively for Travelear
- Organic recordings designed to tell a story
- Captured with the latest in 3D microphones
- Recorded and composed by Professional Audio Engineers
- HD sound quality
- HD images provide a visual for the experience
- Map View allows you to choose your destination
This app rocks. I think you must have an awesome microphone.
I can actually hear the insects flying past and the birds everywhere.
My favourites are the forest story, the bee hives and the bird feeding.
I also enjoy the car ride because I often fall asleep in a car on trips.
I like the beach and car sounds also.
I love this app and all the great soundscapes it offers.
I just had one suggestion.
It would be cool if we could listen to a soundscape while Using the app while listening to an audio book.
Also, will any new sounds bee added in the near future?
Like I said, I love this app. I can't imagine how much time and effort goes in to making even just one recording. Thank you so much for doing this.
Nice idea, too expensive
It's a really cool idea but I'm against subscription services. It's a great deal of money to listen to very similar tracks you can find for free elsewhere.
No New Sounds?
I really wish new sounds were added. I would purchase the subscription, but if no new sounds are added I do not see the point when I can listento most of them free. Not that people shouldn't pay, but I do hope the developer will add more soundscapes someday.