Enjoy a roof garden storm

One of the stronger storms in the Thunderspace library, the Roof Garden gives you heavy rainfall sounds and plenty of thunderclaps. Read full review
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4.0 stars
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Simple interface

The main screen while the storm is playing features only buttons for toggling the flash (lightning) and a Pause/Play button. Swipe to the right or down to bring up more menus. Read full review
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The Desert Storm is windy

The descriptions are frankly pretty out there, but they are true to their word. The Desert Storm sounds as if you're in a windy desert with a storm on the horizon. Read full review
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4.0 stars
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Not many options, not many needed

Swipe down to get to the options screen where you'll find buttons to share, rate, or gift the app, and you can restore previous (storm type) purchases. What it doesn't include is a sleep timer (a definite necessity), but that's supposed to come in a future update. Read full review
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Crickets, frogs, and lightning, oh, my!

The Wood Frogs storm type is much lighter than others, with softer rain and the sounds of crickets and frogs in the distance. Read full review
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