Brain Tap Technology

The brain is constantly on with every moment is filled with technology use, problem solving, stress and entertainment. It’s one of the most important organs in our body and we hardly give it a break.

Meditation has been one of the best ways to slow the brain down. It’s not for everyone but now available is Brain Tap Technology that could give you the break through you’ve been looking for.

Enter BrainTap App

Patrick K Porter PHD has developed programs with Neuro-Sensory Algorithms for relaxing, rebooting and strengthening your busy brain. His company BrainTap has now created an all in one app BrainTap Pro available on both iOS and Android.

BrainTap Pro has an assortment of programs and sessions which are a combination or guided visualization and Binaural beats. These are not just standard Binaural beats but a proprietary system that is used to change the brain wave states through different stages in each program.

The benefits of BrainTap Pro

Using this technology is like meditation without meditating. It brings the brain to those peak relaxed states without the year of a meditation practice.

Regular users of these programs report they have:

  • Reduced or eliminated brain fog and negative mind chatter
  • Provided more energy
  • Promoted relaxation, which contributes to maintaining healthy sleep
  • Did away with unwanted habits and behaviours
  • Enhanced productivity, memory, focus, creativity
  • Improved quality of life

This is another great tool if you want to improve life performance. Neuroplasticity means that we are not victims of genetics or limited by an imperfect IQ as once believed. You can supercharge your life straight away.

The final word

I really like the programs produced by BrainTap and their algorithms are very effective. It really shows the 30 years’ experience from Porter’s guided visualisation mixed with Brainwave Technology.

The application which I’ve been using on iOS is not as polished as many of the competitors on the market. Simple things like audio stopping when my display has gone to sleep is very annoying. I know this is relativity new app and still needs to iron out some creases

You get a 15 Day free trail which is worth the free download of the app. After this, you need to purchase programs under a monthly subscription.

If you’re not keen on subscription programs but still want the benefits of Binaural beats apps, check out my favourite Binaural Beats App which I’ve been using for many years now.

===>Check the Best Binaural Beats App that all my friends and colleagues rave about<===

Love for you to try BrainTap free trail and let me know what you think by commenting below.


33 Comments on Brain Tap Technology

  1. Sounds very interesting. Is the BrainTap App something that I can use while commuting? I have rather long commutes by bus throughout the week and normally listen to podcasts. The bus is my time to decompress from work and it sounds like this app can really help me with that.

    • Hi Valerie, each session is about 20 minutes so if you have that time on a commute than yes it’s possible.
      The program requests you to have your eyes closed for visualization which does make it more powerful.

  2. Thank you for bringing this cool app to light! One of my problems is being able to recharge my mind. I am constantly thinking and doing alot of mental work. This looks like a solid way to truly disconnect and come back recharged!

  3. Man this is some interesting stuff. It’s like yoga for your brain! It reminds me a lot of when kids would play casette tapes while they sleep about stuff or a recording from their studies to remember things for the test. It never worked for me, but the logic behind this and how it affects the brain makes total sense!

  4. Man this is some interesting stuff. It’s like yoga for your brain! It reminds me a lot of when kids would play cassette tapes while they sleep about stuff or a recording from their studies to remember things for the test. It never worked for me, but the logic behind this and how it affects the brain makes total sense!

  5. I have tried Binaural Beats in the past and found it hugely helpful with focus, especially when I was under pressure to get something finished. I will check out Brain Tap. Thanks for a great informative post 🙂

  6. A few things, one I love that logo it’s awesome. Two, I feel like you always have the most interesting posts. Like I never would have thought there was an app out there that was capable of this. I feel like our mind is capable of so much more that we’re only now just learning about. It really is interesting to see the progression of science in this area.

  7. I have always been interested in technology and do yoga with meditation. For me this seems a perfect fit and I do like the 15 day trial. I also like the list of benefits that the program brings.

    • I hope you enjoy it John. I’d love to here how the 15 day trial goes for you.
      Have you ever used Binaural Beat meditation programs before?

  8. Nice Concept. I have tried a few other Apps that did the same on Android but couldn’t stick with one. I’ll definitely give this one a try.

    Thanks for the great review!

  9. One of my goals this year is to become more centered and disciplined…to “reel myself in” and concentrate on focused, deliberate activities that boost well-being and productivity. This sounds like something I could adopt easily and try. Thanks for the great info!

  10. Wow now we have this kind of app. I need to download it right away because I love meditation. And I like how they have free trial as well. That way, I’m sure that it’s legit! Thank you!

  11. This is very interesting. I’ve never heard of this but learned a lot from your post. My husband is very much into technology. I am sure he is going to find this really cool. Thank you for the information.

  12. I never have time (or patience) for meditation, so this sounds like an awesome solution for when I have some down time.

    How long do they suggest that you listen for at a given time? I assume you need time for your brain to reach those optimal relaxation states? Would 30 minutes a day be enough?

  13. I started trying guided meditation almost three months ago and I love how relaxing it is. I recently tried binaural beats and can’t really tell. I suffer with “mind chatter” and sometimes insomnia, so I am always looking for something to calm the brain. So far the meditation is working, but I am looking for something more. I am going to give this free trial a try just to see if I can tell the difference. I will say that the meditation does help me fall asleep a lot faster than normal. Thanks for the info!

  14. I am a huge fan of binaural beats and brain entrainment in general. I have read Dr. Norman Doidge’s books on how the brain works, and that is what motivated me to try binaural beats, which have helped me to break through some of my limiting beliefs.

    I like this whole idea of slowing down the rampant thoughts of the brain and (hopefully) also getting a good nights sleep. Thank you for this informative review!

  15. Hey Vince,
    This is some awesome material man. I meditate and play chess to always keep my brain in top functioning capacity. This sounds like an app I would enjoy and would save me a lot of time. Are there any cons to using it?


    • Thanks Dwight. If you meditate regularly, you could use this a supplement to your practice.
      The con could be that someone can get used to the app and soften their mediation muscles. Mediation without assistance from technology is still a great skill to have.

  16. Hi Vince, I love the sound of binaural beats as I always find them the most relaxing for meditation. I love the way technology and ancient art forms such as meditation have come together to create an enhanced experience for us. I have experienced everything on your list of benefits since I have been meditating so you are absolutely correct with this. One thing I must try now is me the is binaural beats app and see how I get along with it. Thanks.

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