Its latest app just launched for iPhone. Previously focus@will was only available on Android and the web.
Think of focus@will as a Pandora that only streams music that is meant to help you get more work done. The company has licensed tracks that are specifically intended not to distract you.
There are no tracks with vocals, saxophones, or other things that the company has tested and found distracting, TechCrunch's Anthony Ha reports .
Free users get 100 minute limits per streaming session. If you want to sigh up for a premium account that will cost you $4 per month or $35 per year for unlimited streaming.
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