I've resisted going the "i" route for a while (there are some features that are on Droid products that the Apple products lack) but will admit that the first app I thought about downloading is something one of my coworkers suggested to me when I told her about my misophonia. She showed me an app called "Relax Melodies Premium: HD" for iPads/iPhone devices that she has on her iPad. It not only has brown, pink and white noises, but also nature sounds, heart beats, binaural sounds... nearly a hundred sounds to help people sleep (and I'm assuming would be just as effective as a misophonia coping tool as well.) It's rated five stars out of 1159 ratings, so it must be good. I'll admit that I thought that this app was only for iPads/iPhones but as I looked up the website for downloading the app, I discovered that Amazon has the same "Relax Melodies Premium" app for Android devices too. They both cost $2.99 for the premium version, although there is a free version as well. (Not sure about the differences, although I assume the free one has those annoying advertisements.)
On another note, tomorrow I have an appointment for my annual physical with my primary doctor first thing in the morning and it's going to be the first time I've seen her after having been diagnosed with misophonia. I want to get there super early so I can be the first person to sign in and, hopefully, speak to her before she gets bogged down with her other appointments. I want to have some time pick her brain about potential doctors and other resources to pursue on my quest for misophonia relief and will bring the 3D brain scans from my MRI visit back in March (as described in my 3/20/13 blog post) and talk to her about what other information I've found so far. I'm also going to ask her thoughts about fMRI tests as a means to map what areas of the brain might be affected by triggers. It will be interesting to hear what she has to say.