Chill for iOS approved and on the App Store!

Chill for iOS has been approved and is now available on the App Store! Check it out!

It has all the same sounds as the Mac OS X version, including Beach, City, Crickets, Fire, Rainforest, Rain(Light and Heavy), River, Thunderstorm, White noise and Wind.

Also, it’s FREE download (supported by ads) so there’s no reason not to give it a try.

If you choose to upgrade to the FULL version via In-App Purchase, the ads will be removed AND you’ll be able to play the sounds in the background with iOS 4 multitasking.

Try it out and let me know what you think! I always welcome your feedback on how I can improve my apps.

4 Responses to Chill for iOS approved and on the App Store!

  1. Warren says:

    Really liked Chill with X.6.8, but it’s got some issues running under Lion. After an unspecified period of time, the sounds stop playing. The program doesn’t crash, but you have to re-select a sound to get it playing again.

    • That’s strange, it seems to loop correctly on my MacBook Pro that’s running Lion.

      What are your Mac’s hardware specifications (processor, iMac/MacBook Pro, RAM, etc)

      Is anyone else running into this issue?

      • Warren says:

        This is happening on two machines, actually. One is an iMac 27″ with a dual i& quad core and 8 gig ram; the other is a Mini with an Intel core duo and 2 gig.

        Note that I don’t shut these machines down, and it seems to take 24 or more hours for the sounds to stop playing; however, again, this wasn’t happening with 10.6.8.

      • Warren says:

        That’s a duo i7 quad core, not i&. Sigh.

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