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Ambie White Noise is a handy ambient sound player from a Microsoft engineer


If you need some help focusing or relaxing, Ambie White Noise is here to help.

What you need to know

  • Ambie White Noise is a white noise generator for Windows 10 devices.
  • The app is made by a Microsoft engineer who also develops apps.
  • It recently gained the ability to mix sounds together.

If you need a little privacy at home or at the office, or you just need some serene sounds to help you relax, you can try out Ambie White Noise. It's a free white noise generator that's available on Windows 10 devices and Xbox consoles.

Ambie White Noise is made by Daniel Paulino, who is an "App developer by night. Engineer at [Microsoft] by day," according to his Twitter profile. Paulino also makes the Nightingale REST Client.

Ambie White Noise has preinstalled sounds, such as a beach, fireplace, a city street, and birds. It has a sleep timer, a screensaver mode, and a Compact Overlay mode.

In addition to the sounds that come with the app, you can also download more sounds, such as a library, walking on snow, and crashing waves. You can download the extra sounds directly within the app, so you don't have to jump around and move files into specific places.

The app recently gained support for custom sound mixing. You can select up to three sounds and play them together. Each sound is individually adjustable, so you can balance things as you'd like.

Once you have a combination that you like, you can save a mix to easily play it again later.

The app is a neat little tool for creating an atmosphere within a room or helping you separate from what's around you.

Ambie White Noise

Free at Microsoft Store

This free app lets you play different ambient sounds to help you separate from the world around you. It also lets you mix sounds together to create custom mixes.

via February 3, 2021 at 02:08PM by Sean Endicott, Khareem Sudlow,