Sounds for Baby Sleep Music
500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads
- Easy to use
- Countdown timer
- More tracks than others
- Doesn't have 9 tracks (misleading)
+ By Zodinplex
9 tracks to help you and your baby sleep.
The app has nine tracks - sort of. Despite having different names, two of the tracks are the same song. A few of the tracks seemed a little piercing as well. The app is easy to use however, has a countdown timer, and more tracks than other similar apps I've seen.
The app has more tracks than other similar apps I've seen - even if it is really only 8. It's easy to use, and includes a countdown timer which will stop the music after a set amount of time.
The fact that it says 9 tracks is a little misleading - two are identical. A few of the tracks also seemed very piercing, not something you could easily fall asleep to, although most were ok.
Sounds for Babies has 8 bedtime sounds:
- Music Box Lullaby
- Sleep Soundly
- Good night, sleep well
- Stars at night
- Good night
- Soon will come a dream
Features of baby sounds:
✔ kids love to fall asleep to the soothing sounds
✔ children love beautiful wallpapers for each lullaby
✔ most popular music box in the market
✔ adults will sleep like toddlers
✔ program for parents, mothers, babysitters
✔ help to put little sisters and brothers to bed
✔ you little son or daughter will love to play with different sleep sounds
✔ for nurse, nanny, nursemaid, baby tender, dry-nurse, nurserymaid and all people who looking after kids, infants, newborns
✔ you don't even need baby monitor, because children will sleep all time
✔ best white noise for baby sleep generator
✔ sleep machine for your health
✔ baby music box
✔ fairy tales stories audio book
✔ white noise for tinnitus sound masking
✔ baby music instrumental lullabies
✔ for everyone who want track their sleep time
✔ nature sounds lullaby (rain sounds, ocean, birds, forest sounds, water sounds)
✔ baby songs to sleep
✔ sounds of letters
✔ sounds of the alphabet
✔ sounds of the womb
✔ baby sounds ringtone
✔ kids music games
✔ kids song machine
✔ sounds of the alphabet, abc, letters
✔ animal sounds
- sounds of the city
- sounds of the game
Lullaby for babies
A lullaby is a soothing song, usually sung to young children before they go to sleep, with the intention of speeding that process. As a result they are often simple and repetitive. Lullabies can be found in every culture and since the ancient period.
Typically a lullaby is in triple metre, or in a compound metre like 6/8. Tonally, most lullabies are simple, often merely alternating tonic and dominant harmonies: Because the intended effect is to put someone to sleep, wild chromaticism would be somewhat out of character.
Many Christmas carols are designed as lullabies for the infant Jesus, the most famous of them being "Silent Night".
With baby sounds you will:
★ sleep like child (soothing music)
★ go to bed happy (white nois)
★ rest all day (lullaby)
★ slumber quickly (bedtime songs for kids)
★ be asleep soundly (relax melody)
★ kip all night (sounds of nature)
★ doss (meditation sounds)
★ roger (sleep songs)
As tiny beings, babies require quite a few things the average human would need, but in smaller portions or in different wavelengths. For instance, sunlight…it's not that the sun will kill a baby, but if exposed to more than a certain amount, it could be harmful to the child. So also music…depending on the genre and volume, what a regular person may consider soothing or relaxing may actually be more than a child can handle.
Lullabies are often sung by parents in calming children, putting them to sleep, or simply spending time with them. The simple lyrics, nature, and storyline of lullabies are usually intended for children, and are therefore suitable for them. A parent can rock a child to sleep with a lull-a-bye, calm a discontented child, or singalong with a playing child.
my baby used to be playful and he dont even want to sleep.. so i tried this app and it works everytime i play this NAKAKATULOG AGAD SIYA.. good job
I used this a few times for my less than calm night owl daughter of mine. Whom by the way just turned two 3/16..& it put us both to sleep. I used to listen to music like this when I was pregnant with her..so it was definitely a smash hit.
We are awaiting the baby's birth, so no experiences yet. However, the music sounds sweet and should come in handy once he's here. :-)
..this what im searching ... i love it so much ..
Instant success. Baby was cluster feeding and would calm down but a little soothing music did the trick