Is all White Noise the same?
Like colors, noises and sounds have distinct differences across a spectrum. Sound frequencies are measured across the spectrum as bands.
Therefore, white noise is typically defined as a noise that contains all the frequencies across the spectrum of audible sound.
In general, white noise is described as a staticky, fuzzy sound, much like the sound produced when a TV or radio is not tuned in. Nevertheless, the sound of an electric fan, a washing machine on a spin cycle, or the whirring sound of a vacuum cleaner are all examples of white noise
The sounds section of the app offers a range of white noise content. You can read more about White Noise here: