Now that dismissive wave of your hand can do more than express your opinion of the song, it can change the tune

Local startup OnTheGo Platforms knows gestures. They spend all day, every day, thinking about gestures. And how waving your hands, pointing at things, and making motions can help you interact with devices around you. Their latest effort ensures that you can dismiss that song playing through your car stereo with the greatest of ease.

We’ve all been there. Pandora. Spotify. Google Play. Why did you pick that song. Or why the hell did I put this on my playlist. Well now—thanks to the BrainWave—any Android users can just dismiss that song with a wave of his or her hand. As if the song were peasants to your Marie Antoinette. Or something.

Begone, vile music! Feh!

Well, and it can do a lot more than that.

Ari Auto from OnTheGo Platforms on Vimeo.

Love listening to music via your favorite music player (Pandora, iHeart, Spotify, Beats, Google Play Music, etc)? Now you can control your favorite music players simply by using natural hand gestures. By downloading the BrainWave app, powered by Ari technology, you can play, pause, and select tracks with the ease of waving your hand over the phone/tablet — without ever unlocking the phone or touching the screen. Check out the video below to see BrainWave in action and download it free for a limited time on Google Play.

For more information or to download the app, visit OnTheGo Platforms.