We're constantly adding new immersive audio experiences to our app. Put your headphones on 🎧 and listen to previews of some of our favourites!
Chop, peel and sizzle like a pro - just don't forget to pour yourself a virtual glass of wine first
Would you enter the house in the woods? Cross the threshold as the door creaks open and floorboards groan beneath each step?
A violin plays a slow, relaxing serenade as rain pours outside and thunder rolls in the distance
Pages turn, a pencil scratches notes onto paper. Lo-Fi beats flow from the speakers and nearby, the purrs of a content cat provide a calm comfort
There's a buzz of energy in the park - some passing through, others milling about, enjoying the sound of trickling water and flowing conversation
Open Your Third Eye Chakra for a Spiritual Awakening
Escape to the coast and relax to the sound of waves lapping the shore in a steady, endless flow. Gulls crow overhead and the occasional footsteps crunch by
10. The countdown begins. 9. Ever wondered what was like to be one of the privileged few behind the scenes for the first moon landing? 8. Mission control. 7..6..5..4..3.2.1...
Playful, mysterious and intriguing, jazz fills the air in the dimly lit room. Whiskey is poured over rocks, glasses clink, there's a low hum of conversation as a sultry voice takes to the mic and enchants the the crowd
Binaural Beats in the AlPHA pattern operate at a frequency of 7.5–14Hz, a meditative state where memory, learning, visualisation and concentration are heightened and awareness expands
Binaural Beats in the beta pattern operate at a frequency of 14–40Hz, related to learning, concentration and critical reasoning - A cosy little escape for you with your headphones on, it’s raining a bit outside, but don’t worry the fire is keeping you warm and your little tom cat is by your side
Binaural Beats in the theta pattern to a frequency of 4–7.5Hz. Theta patterns contribute to improved meditation, creativity, and sleep in the rapid eye movement (REM) phase. We've added a train journey ambience to this for added nostalgic effect
Binaural Beats in the delta pattern operate at a frequency of 0.5–4 Hz with links to a dreamless sleep - We’ve added a Rainforest ambience soundscape to this one for added tranquility
Pull up, grab your ticket and find a space to park your convertible Mustang. Hurry, the movie is about to start, we're watching the 1968 cult classic Night of the living dead
Newspapers rustle with each turn of the page, engines buzz by in the cobbled square and in the far corner a musician entertains the crowd. Birds chirp over the low hum of conversation, coffee is sipped, it's as if the whole world has slowed down
Head back in time and become a fly on the wall in this famous artist and inventor's workshop (Leonardo Da Vinci)
Take a moment for yourself to sooth your mind and refocus on your goals with this guided meditation - choice of 2 guides
The Wind in the Willows, written by Kenneth Graeme, follows the adventures of several animal friends and neighbours in the English countryside—Mole, Rat, Toad, and Badger. Loved by children and adults alike, this is a classic that everyone can enjoy
Quiet please - test in progress. The room is so focused you can hear every inhale. A pencil frantically scribbles answers on a page. But are they correct? Rub them out, think again. The clock tick ticks down, not long left now. Others are finishing. Focus, keep scribbling. Time's up, pencils down
It's dark in here. The air is thick and heavy. You try to steady your breathing but how can you? There's no space. You're grasping around, panic flooding your body and muffled screams stealing more and more oxygen. It's pointless. No one will hear you down here. Alone. It won't be long now...
You can hear the thumping of music in the queue outside, not far until you reach the front. A quick nod from the bouncer, the doors are flung open and as you step inside, you can't help but be immersed by the beat filling the entire warehouse
Unwind with this mellow, downtempo beat
At first Johnson thought it was a joke. Speeding down the country road the crude sign was only a blur. But it was that one word. Slowing down, he swung the Lexus onto the paved shoulder. In the rearview mirror, he could see it clearly. The sign was tacked to a stick that was stuck in the ground just beyond the paved shoulder
The Bell is a short story written by Hans Christian Andersen. In the story, the people of a small town can hear a sound like that of a church bell. Nobody knows precisely where the sound is coming from or what is making it. Many people search for the unseen bell but fail to find it
A steady, relaxing rhythm of hooves on the ground. The swish of the horses tail and gentle, comforting exhale. You could be riding anywhere in the world, where did you decide to go today?
When it rains, it pours. Where are you listening to the downpour?
Ever wondered what it might be like on safari? Tour the Serengeti and see which of these sounds you recognise - but remember to keep your wits about you, you never know who's watching you in the shadows
From sirens to market stall sellers advertising their goods, there's no shortage of sounds to experience walking the streets of London
Mowgli is a boy brought up in the jungle by a pack of wolves. When Shere Khan, a tiger, threatens to kill him, Bagheera the panther and Baloo the bear, help him escape his clutches
For someone who struggles with winding down at night and falling asleep this app really has been a blessing. The cosy fireplace soundscape is so perfect to listen to before sleep. There are so many different types of sound experiences with the option to repeat, put timers on, and to have guided or non-guided - makes it an unrivalled app in my eyes. Thank you Ammersive.
Ammersive is probably the best immersive audio app you'll find in the app store.
The library of scenes is constantly growing and their quality is simply amazing. I use it mainly for work and relaxation and can definitely recommend it to everybody
It's excellent... just don't listen to 'Buried Alive' before bed.
Unlike the best music streaming services out there, Ammersive's spatial audio content comprises not songs, tracks and albums, but unique immersive audio curations from sound engineers, music producers and voice artists, all of which take listeners on various aural journeys into different realms, ideas and concepts.
Typical mindfulness app don't work for me. I can't just 'switch off' by being told to.
Ammersive's audio experiences are different, the sounds are so layered and carefully crafted that i'm forced to concentrate on the stories being told and the scenes being depicted.
I love them. They always leave me wanting more.