Increase Work Productivity by 400% With Focus@Will

A day at the office is never without any distraction like co-workers engaged in lively chatter or construction work in some part of the office building.

So you bring out your headphones or earbuds and play music to focus on your task.

Studies have shown that listening to music can boost your productivity or make repetitive tasks easier and more enjoyable to do.

(Read: How Music Affects Your Productivity)

Music App

Focus@Will is a music app you can also try to keep away distractions at work.

The music app was featured in TechCrunch and LifeHacker.

(Read: Aiming to Make You More Productive, Focus@Will Launches a Music App)

It also garnered an average rating of 4 stars out of 5 on more than 2,000 Google Play reviews.

Scientifically Optimized Music Channels

Focus@Will offers 50 music channels “that are scientifically optimized to help you focus” because not all music like Top 40 songs can boost one’s productivity.

A description of Focus@Will said: “With over 50 channels of exclusively curated music specifically designed to help you focus, this program has been scientifically proven to increase attention span and increase your productivity by 400%.”

The music channels include “acoustical, ambient, alpha chill, focus spa, classical piano, and electro bach.”

The app is compatible with iOS, Android, and Sonos.

Focus@Will’s lifetime subscription used to cost $299.95, but it is now offered at $59.99 or 80 percent off.

A one-year subscription, on the other hand, is now being offered at $19.99. It used to cost $99.95.

What’s Next?

Focus@Will music app is out to help you focus on your daily tasks, with its manufacturers claiming that the tool can boost productivity by 400 percent.

Have you tried the app? What can you say about it? Share your thoughts below.

About Jimmy Rodela

Jimmy Rodela is a Freelance Writer and a Content Marketer. He is the Founder of the Guild of Bloggers. He is a contributor on websites with millions of monthly traffic like Yahoo.com, Business.com, Monster.com, Business2Community and SocialMediaToday.com. Follow him on: LinkedinTwitterFacebookGoogle +,Read more about me

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