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focus@will

May 07, 2013 09:28 ET

Focus@will Music Service Launches International Public Availability and Releases Android App for Productivity Wherever You Go

Concentration-Enhancing Music Service, Now Globally Available, Adds Paid Subscriptions and Mobile Smartphone Portability

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - May 7, 2013) - Focus@will today announced it will be publicly available across the world for the first time, in conjunction with launching premium service subscriptions and its first mobile app for Android, giving users on-the-go access to the popular productivity-music streaming service. Boxed with a brand new library of exclusively curated music and a qualified-self style "Productivity Tracker" for an individually catered user experience, focus@will offers a unique productivity music platform geared toward the shifting global workplace. Users can now achieve optimal focus and concentration anytime and anywhere through the science driven app that helps increase attention span up to 400 percent.

"Our ultimate goal is to make it increasingly easy for focusers everywhere to improve their attention span and identify ways to optimize concentration and productivity," said founder and CEO Will Henshall. "We are excited to complete the international roll-out of our revolutionary subscription service and give people even more options to 'focus at will' with a presence on Android."

Previously available in the U.S. only, focus@will can now be accessed worldwide through web and Android supported devices. Listeners can explore focus@will's new subscription services during an unlimited, friction-free three-week trial period. After this period, listeners can subscribe to the paid service for unlimited access or continue to use a time-limited, free service.

What's New:

  • International availability
  • Productivity tracking technology featuring:
    • Weekly focus level report
    • Real-time statistics comparing session by session efficiency
    • Weekly feedback and personalized tips on how to minimize distractions
  • Customizable timer feature that defines session durations
  • Innovative cross-platform user interface featuring interchanging inspiring imagery
  • Entirely new and exclusive music library with multiple channels
  • 200% increased efficiency of the patented phase-sequencing audio technology

New features that can be accessed on the Android app as well include an all-new library that increases the service's efficiency by 200%, a timer feature that defines session durations and productivity tracking technology with weekly feedback and tips on how to minimize distractions.

The app will be available for free download on Google Play [https://www.focusatwill.com/android-download] worldwide. Listeners can enjoy focus@will's full services on the app for an unlimited, friction-free three-week trial period after the initial download. After this period, users can subscribe to the paid service for continued unlimited access or use a time-limited free service. Facebook and iOS apps are soon to follow.

Seamlessly integrated with social accounts, the focus@will Android app links to users' existing web accounts and keeps track of progress throughout each 100-minute focus session. Contrary to the widely accepted Pomodoro Technique, focus@will is proven to help increase listeners' focus from 25 minutes up to a full 100 minutes with the use of scientifically curated music.

Pricing and Availability:

About focus@will
CEO Will Henshall and Music Supervisor John Vitale founded focus@will in 2010 with the goal of building a music system to help those struggling to focus while working, studying, writing and reading. Focus@will is the first online and mobile music application designed to significantly increase attention span and provide productivity on demand. With over 25,000 patrons since the launch of its private beta service in December, focus@will is a pioneer and innovator of the rapidly growing productivity music space. Seeing a need in the landscape for a third space of music, focus@will's founders forged a new category of music optimized and created into a service that helps increase focus and retain information. To learn more visit focusatwill.com/science/how-it-works/. For a detailed explanation of the science behind the technology visit https://www.focusatwill.com/science/science-primer/

Contact Information

  • Media Contact:
    Britteny Salvador
    SocialRadius on behalf of focus@will
    (424) 272-6573
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