There a few other binaural altered states apps on the app store, and it seems like some of them are misrepresenting the experience by naming their entrainment sessions directly after illicit drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, or heroin. Digital Highs will not exactly duplicate the effects of these drugs (and neither will the competition, if truth be told) but it will guide your mind into a new type of altered state. And, unlike it's biggest competitor, I-Doser, Digital Highs doesn't require you to pay extra for more sessions. You get 40 sessions built in right from the start with no additional fees, ever. Be sure to try our staff favorite "Forty-Two."
What you should expect from Digital Highs is a type of intense meditation. Terms such as hallucinogenic and psychedelic are still used because those are terms that the average person can relate to a little better, but in reality the "hallucinations" will seem more like vivid daydreams. Like any mental feat, the daydreams and clarity of consciousness won't come easy to beginners. For that reason it is suggested that everyone start with the sessions labelled "beginners" in their description. These are designed to be easier for people less accustomed to meditation and other mental visualization type exercises to benefit from.
Digital Highs contains only the binaural programs with a pink noise backing track. This saves hundreds of megabytes of space on your Android device compared to mp3 based players with trippy music in the background. Compare to idoser.