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Best apps for re-engineering your downtime

Swell Radio, TempoRun, and more

Swell Radio does for talk radio what Pandora does for music. Choose a content provider you like, from ESPN to the BBC, and the app will supply a steady stream of similar voice podcasts from other sources, learning your content preferences over time. (Free, iOS only)

TempoRun helps you match the music on your phone to the pace of your exercise workouts by categorizing songs in the phone’s music library according to tempo. An easy-to-use interface helps joggers create playlists even on the move. ($3; iOS)

Focus@Will uses findings from neuroscience to stream music that helps, rather than hurts, your ability to focus on the work at hand. “We tried it for the recommended 100-minute cycle and were completely sold.” ($4 per month after a free trial; iOS
or Android)

Source: PureWow.com

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