Mindfulness app “Moonly” for iPhone was updated on Friday with an exciting new feature for its users. Starting today, the app now has its own radio station of healing songs that can be accessed anytime to help you relax, sleep, and more.
According to the company, Moonly’s new radio station is based on tracks by Mettaverse musician Brian Larson, who combine “esoteric knowledge of tuning and vibration with heart-based awareness.” The compositions are considered “therapeutic” because they help people to better relax, sleep, be creative, concentrate and have inner peace.
Moonly founder Olga Ramora points out that the collaboration with Larson has resulted in sounds that can be applied “to all aspects of life”.
If you’ve listened to meditations in our Moonly app, you’ve heard the music from Mettaverse. The radio reflects Moonly’s commitment to helping the public manage their mental well-being and we are honored to collaborate with Brian. Mettaverse music is therapeutic – it creates healing soundscapes that can be applied to all aspects of life. Their vibrations, in tune with heart rhythms, transform the pieces into practical tools for relaxation, sleep improvement, inner balance and creativity.
With the latest version of the app installed, the radio station can be found in the Healing section. Then tap the Play button at the top of the screen. Playback will not stop even if the screen is locked or the user switches to another application.
For those unfamiliar, Moonly is a service that combines psychology and Eastern astrology to help people find harmony and recognize their feelings. Currently, the new radio station is only available for iPhone users, but it will be available for Android users “very soon”. New audios will be added to the collection in the future.
You can download the Moonly app for free from the App Store.
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