HBX Binaural Player

HBX Binaural Player


Free and open source brainwave entertainment application.
Entertain yourself with binaural beats in an absolutely harmless way using one of the many presets available for this application. With the full featured PC version you can also create your own presets and share them with the world.

This free version is supported by non invasive ads.

The source code is available from the application website.

Recent changes:
v1.5.2
-Updated URL to Preset Sharing Platform
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4.1
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482
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10,000+
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File size
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About HBX Binaural Player
Free and open source brainwave entertainment application.
Entertain yourself with binaural beats in an absolutely harmless way using one of the many presets available for this application. With the full featured PC version you can also create your own presets and share them with the world.

This free version is supported by non invasive ads.

The source code is available from the application website.

Recent changes:
v1.5.2
-Updated URL to Preset Sharing Platform

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 20, 2015
Man, it crashes all the time
A Google User
Jul 13, 2015
Doesn't have loop...
A Google User
Jun 23, 2015
Stutters and then just stops The audio stutters a lot then about 4 to 6 minutes in it will just stop and force close
A Google User
Jun 18, 2015
Awesome I am grateful for the sleep I get because of this help. Helps me unwind relax. It would be great If could understand the core principles of how it works. I didn't quite get how it works.
A Google User
Jun 16, 2015
I don't get it App does what it says - plays two slightly different tones in each ear over white noise. But that's all I hear. There aren't any beats (unless they are mixed by playing through the phone's monaural speaker) and none of the other effects. It's just slightly annoying. I gave it plenty of patience, listened for a long time to several presets. Does that mean my brain isn't wired to mix the tones? Should I worry about that? Or is it just a placebo effect BS?
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