Raindrops animation for meditation?

Post date: 2018-01-10 07:01:46
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Last night, a friend told me to log on to Pokemon Go (yes, it's still on my phone but I haven't played in a while). Since it's raining where I am in real life, it's raining in the game... and it's beautiful! I just sat and watched it for a while, caught a Wurmple, and felt so much calmer about the world around me. However, when the rain stops here, the rain is going to stop in the game. I could really use an app that has a similar visual quality. Any ideas?

What I like specifically about the Pokemon Go version is the droplets falling on the ground and making circles. The drops on the ground in the "catch" screen are even larger than on the main screen, and increase this calming effect (if I can ignore the big bouncing ball in the foreground of the screen). The app store has a "falling rain" app that doesn't show the raindrops falling on the ground, so it's not quite what I'm looking for. I haven't found anything quite right on Youtube either. Hard to explain fully what I'm going for beyond "visual meditation aid"; this is better than this, though it doesn't have the circle effect and it's not animated.

To be clear, I don't need "rain sounds." I have lots of rain sounds (thank you, Dad!). I want rain visuals! Sound with the visuals would be super great, but not necessary.
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