A while back I reported here on the blog that there was an ASMR app for up for grabs. That app was basically a sound generator that helped induce ASMR, particularly in Type B ASMR experiencers. There’s a demo and a full version of the app in question, both over at the Android marketplace.
This new app, called the ASMR Community app, which is in development, and soon to be released, is designed to make finding ASMR videos online easier. The app is geared towards mobile users and the main platform will be Android, just like the first known app spoken of above, but an iPhone version is also on the cards. It is yet to be revealed if there will be a demo version, and how much the paid for version (if there is one) will go for.
It will be interesting to see how this app works, and how (if at all) it will differentiate from intentional and unintentional trigger videos. From watching the video there seems to be at least a few different options, filters, and the like so you can sort videos by date, most viewed, etc. It seems to rely on keywords or tags, that are in the title.
So perhaps if you have exhausted the resource of all known trigger videos, and are always on the hunt for new and fresh ones to trigger you, this may be the app to own.
I will post updates here as I find out more.