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Text-based response: Here is a list of apps that can help tune into different brainwave frequencies:

1. Delta Waves (0.1-4Hz): [App Name]
2. Theta Waves (4-8Hz): [App Name]
3. Alpha Waves (8-14Hz): [App Name]
4. Beta Waves (14-30Hz): [App Name]
5. Gamma Waves (30-100Hz): [App Name]

Please note that the availability and accuracy of these apps may vary. It's recommended to research and read reviews before using any specific app for brainwave tuning.

Ask AI: 2024 List all the apps that can tune into these frequencies Delta waves 0.1-4z, theta 4-8hz, Alpha 8-14hz, Beta 14-30hz, and gamma 30-100Hz?

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Question: 2024 List all the apps that can tune into these frequencies Delta waves 0.1-4z, theta 4-8hz, Alpha 8-14hz, Beta 14-30hz, and gamma 30-100Hz?

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The frequencies you listed are typically associated with brainwaves, not common radio or television frequencies that apps are usually designed to tune into. Currently, apps are not generally able to tune into specific brainwave frequencies like Delta, Theta, Alpha, Beta, and Gamma. However, there are several apps that offer binaural beats or isochronic tones intended to stimulate these brainwave patterns in the listener for various effects such as meditation, sleep, focus, etc. Some popular ones include: 1. BrainWave Tuner 2. Binaural Beats Therapy 3. Brain.fm 4. Binaural Beats Generator 5. Ananda - Personalized Meditation This kind of application typically uses a technique called brainwave entrainment, where sound stimuli are used with the aim to influence the brain's electrical activity. However, these apps should be used with caution, as the effectiveness of brainwave entrainment is not universally accepted by the scientific community, and the user may have a different experience or reaction. Always consult with a healthcare provider before beginning any new wellness program.

Answered by gpt-4

Jan. 20, 2024, 5:54 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, January 20, 2024

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