Now then, let us put aside all that gushy stuff for now. Interference is the app's name. It is a white noise that is similar to the web app SimplyNoise [link]
I love this site because it helps cancel out the noise outside (my house and it inhabitants) with white noise. I love the app but the fact that it's a web app annoys me. I am offline sometimes and this fact kills some of my productivity. I wanted to install an app similar but there is an absence. So why not make one?
The interface should look like this. Simple and uniform.
You choose a white noise and that noise loops until you stop it.
You can install more noises via an official site (hoping for makeubuntunoisy.com) or unofficially (other sites). The noise (themes) should be packaged easily and stuff.
When you hover over any noise, in the app, an info button appears and you can click it to view a dialog box with the basic info about the noise (name, author, time published) and hopefully I can make look awesome and not dull like many "about" dialog boxes.
The UI is simple. The add button brings up an dialog box that gives you access to install other noises. The Play/Stop button does what it says and the Oscillating (shuffle, my bad) button fades the sound as it loops (for clarity sake visit [link]
Hope this is interesting to some of you but I will try my best to make this a real app for Linux.
(could any one tell me how to hide text, Thanks!)