TMSOFT was founded in 2008 by Todd Moore to publish unique mobile apps for smartphones. Our product offering includes sleep aids, music visualization, and fun and challenging games. Available in the iTunes App Store, Mac App Store, Google Play Store, Amazon Appstore, BlackBerry AppWorld, and Windows Store.
Our most popular app, White Noise, reached the #1 overall spot spot on iTunes when it was initially released in 2008 and has continued to be a top ranked Health & Fitness. White Noise has been featured by numerous publications and media outlets including the Today Show, The Dr. Oz Show, Fox & Friends First, The Washington Post, Health Magazine, NY Times, Macworld, PC Magazine, PC World, CNET, Esquire, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon show.
Our Apps in the Press
Now when his infant daughter gets fussy in the car or during a walk, he puts his iPhone in her carrier to play the free application called White Noise Lite.
Choose a sound like crashing waves, falling rain, or even a purring cat—to help you turn off your brain, fall asleep faster, and get the rest you desperately need.
For the next four months, the infant slept with his father's iPhone in his crib and White Noise tuned to "air conditioner."
Since the sound of crickets chirping has the same relaxing
effect on children as it does on adults, White Noise
is perfect for taking things down a notch.
Trouble falling asleep at night? A little white noise might do the trick. Just choose a sound... and set your iPhone on your nightstand.
I've become addicted to falling asleep to white noise. It's soothing, and it blocks out ambient sounds.
Members of the press, journalists, broadcasters, and bloggers can contact us at the following e-mail address:
press [at] tmsoft [dot] com
All e-mails sent to that address will be ignored if not actually from the press. Please use our support forums for general support questions, feature requests, and feedback for our apps.
Our Apps on Television
White Noise Lite was named a miracle for 2013 on the Dr. Oz Show.
Today Show featured White Noise Pro an app favorite of Savannah Guthrie.
Fox and Friends First recommends White Noise Lite to lull you to sleep.
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon spoofed our White Noise app with an Axl Rose Edition.