By Dulcetta

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2013-05-24
  • Current Version: 1.3.6
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 12.08 MB
  • Developer: Dulcetta
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 8.0
Score: 4
From 558 Ratings


Reduce Distractions At Work. Focus@Will is a productivity platform that allows professionals to be 4x more productive while they work. We help you get in focus faster, and longer, with scientifically optimized music to reduce your distractions and help you get stuff done. It's not a playlist, it's music for productivity. Focus@Will has over 20 channels, with tens of thousands of hours. The music you find on Focus@Will cannot be found anywhere else we remaster, re-edit, and re-produce each track to remove all distracting elements so you can stay productive and focused. Everything is fighting for your attention; email, social media, texts, coworkers, deadlines, etc. Imagine if you can turn them off and be in a flow state to get stuff done, now you can! We offer a free 2 week trial that gives you access to all features and functions, you'll notice the difference immediately... Say goodbye to distractions, and say Hello to a more productive you! Your life, undistracted. Please note: The title of the service is focus@will. Subscriptions are available either monthly or at a yearly discounted rate. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscription and auto renewal may be turned off by going to your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Any unused portion of your free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to our service. For information about our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use please go



  • Best way to focus is no music

    By A. Person
    I've only listened to classical/baroque and although The selections chosen are nice-sounding, it's extremely psychically disruptive and hurts the brain when music gets abruptly cut off without the musical phrase finishing just to jump the a new piece. Also I've learned from this trial that the best way to focus is to do work without music.
  • Excellent tool to your productivity stack!

    By Vijay Regonda
    The service is very promising and it does deliver! It was far better for me to leave the music selection to focus@will rather than searching my Spotify, juggling through playlists figuring out the right music for the mood and situation, which clearly eats away from the focus state you're trying to achieve! This combined with a great pair of headphones like the Bose QC35 easily puts you into a flow state where you can focus on things at hand!
  • Great for focusing as promised.

    By Bhetto Raga
    Love the app. Great variety. Please make an Apple Watch app too!
  • The audio cuts out

    By Dissatisfied 123
    Not sure if this is happening to anyone else. But the cutouts are a little distracting which is the opposite of what I’m going for here.
  • Disappointing

    By Vulgar demos
    As a lifetime subscriber, this app is a big disappointment. You wouldn’t think it from the beautiful app icon design [sarcasm], but the actual app isn’t really anything more than patched together web shell. Most puzzlingly? you can’t download anything, so no, you can’t use this app on WiFi-less airplanes or anywhere network connection is bad.
  • My study buddy

    By AlchemicKnowledge
    This is usually one of the only constant things I always have in my browser while I'm working. Incredibly productive cannot recommend is enough
  • Log in doesn’t work / waste of time

    By Mega_Matt_
    If you love to waste time, download this app. I tried creating account with Facebook only to have it fail multiple times due to a cryptic error. Your productivity will increase by not getting this app.
  • Open-plan office and focus

    By Burakstckhlm
    I am working at an open-plan office and focus@will is saving my days. Much better than other music services when it comes to concentration. Spotify, pandora or apple music deliver also focus playlists but they are not as effective as this one.
  • Not great

    By JangoFett9
    It doesn’t store my login information, so I have to login every time I want to use this app. The music is somewhere between acceptable and clearly just computer generated babbling. I have no idea how people can concentrate to this stuff. I love electronic classical music, but this is like a mockery of it. Its nature sounds are pretty good though, so I give it 2 stars. I don’t think that’s enough to justify 10 bucks a month though.
  • Awesome

    By Boatbuilder Russ
    Great for work and focus