Best Travel Music Download in 2021
Royalty Free Ambient Music for Personal YouTube Videos
Relax Melodies Premium: Sleep Sounds, White Noise, Meditation & Fan
- Sound background support. Relax while using other apps!
- Mix your favourite sounds together with different volume to create your own personal melodies
- 108 High quality ambient sounds including 6 binaural beat frequencies for brainwave entrainment.
- Timer system to stop the melodies when you go to sleep
- Save, name and replay your favorite mixes easily
- 40+ perfectly looped sounds for relaxing or sleeping
- Download new sounds for free from the White Noise Market at http://whitenoisemarket.com/
- Mix multiple sounds together to create new ambiences
- Background audio support so you can use other apps
- Create multiple alarms that slowly fade in waking you up feeling refreshed
- Sleep digital LED clock perfect for any nightstand. Drag up and down to adjust brightness. Swipe left and right to adjust color.
- Sound timers turn off audio to save battery life and fade audio out so won't suddenly awake
- Star your favorite sounds in the catalog for quick access in the favorites category view
- On-screen media and volume controls and gesture support allows swiping left or right to navigate sound collection
- No Ads
Play Me (Version)
Songs Kids Really Love To Sing: 17 Playtime Songs
PBS KIDS Video
- Optimized for Fire Tablets and Fire TV
- Over 1,000 videos, including clips and full episodes
- New videos every week
Best Of The 70s
Hidden Objects - Nevertales: The Beauty Within
- Test your skills through a variety of puzzles, mini-games, and amazing hidden object scenes!
- Immerse yourself in a fantastic story full of colorful characters and intriguing locations!
- Unlock the full game to gain access to incredible bonus content and additional gameplay!
Pinkfong 50 Best Hits: Baby Shark and More
First Person: The Public Library Still Has Value in the Digital Age
Our family learned that the public library is a valuable and free resource for digital books, free music downloads, and movie rentals.
COMMENTARY | When I was younger, my mother used to take my brother and me on regular trips to the public library. We'd leave with a stack of books to last for a week's worth of bedtime stories that we helped to pick out. As a main locale of good childhood memories, I learned to love my library at an early age.
Libraries may seem antiquated in today's digital world, but my family and I have discovered that our public library has reinvented itself as a valuable resource for all of our digital reading and entertainment needs - and the best part is that all of their services are still free!
Books for your digital reader
When I received a new handheld digital reader for a gift, I was anxious to download some great books and get started with my digital reading experience. Unfortunately, downloading titles quickly grew expensive as I racked up title after title. A quick visit to my local library's website quickly saved me hundreds of dollars over the course of the year. Their ebook program offers thousands of books for download for one, two, or three week intervals, and the best part is that they're free! I learned that I saved $25 or more a month by borrowing ebooks rather than paying to download them.
Movies and DVDs
My family has always been reluctant to pay premium prices for cable and satellite programming. Ten years ago, it was cheaper to go to the video store. Three years ago, we ran our postman ragged with our Netflix subscription. But now we still get the same great movies, and we pay nothing thanks to our public library's movie collection. Using the library's online system, we can place holds on the titles we want, similarly to what we did with the Netflix queue. As the movies become available, I get an email notice, and I can schedule a trip accordingly. Yesterday, I picked up Bridesmaids, Thor, and season three of The United States of Tara along with a few children's shows for my son. We'll have a great movie weekend, and it won't cost us a dime.
Free music downloads
I love my iPod, and I love my digital music collection. What I don't love is paying a dollar or more for every song that I download. Sure, it seems cheap, but those costs add up quickly. Imagine my surprise when I found out that my public library had partnered with a website called Freegal that allows me to download three free songs from an impressive collection every week. Considering that I would pay a dollar or more per song at other online music stores, I can download over $150 worth of free music over the course of the year.
Our family discovered that today's public libraries are as valuable in the digital world as they were in the days of print. Considering the rising expenses associated with digital readers, mp3 players, and the like, the public library has become our family's first stop for all of our entertainment needs and plays an important role in saving us money in the process.
And of course, we also use our library visits to check out a stack of books to read to our son at bed, just for old time's sake, too. The value of that experience still deserves to be passed on to another generation.