I love the rain and the sound it makes. I'm not sure if that's because I live in the 2nd driest state in the country or what, but listening to the sound of the rain is so great. I love it so much that I even downloaded an app recently that simulates the feeling of being in a thunderstorm. The app called Thunderspaces by Taptanium was recommended to me via one of my current favorite podcasts Cortex which is part of the Relay.FM network. Thunderspaces is an incredible app that was created by using audio recorded in something called "stereoscopic 3D" that when listened with headphones makes you feel like you are in the middle of an actual storm. Watch the promo video below to see what I mean. If the video won't load for you, click here to see it on Vimeo.
Pretty amazing, huh? The app comes with two soundscapes for free, "Roof Garden" and "Waterscape," but includes 13 additional rainstorms that you can buy for $1.99 each or get all of them for $19.99 and that includes any future storms the creators release. I haven't splurged for all of the storms yet, but I did go ahead and buy the "Desert" storm since it was my favorite.
If you also love the sound of rain and storms you should look into Thunderspaces.
Note: I was not compensated for this post. I am merely a very happy customer who wanted to share out an awesome app.