Eternal Fire

Last modified
Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Description of App

from itunes store

RECOMMENDED AS A FUN AND FESTIVE HOLIDAY APP! Do you enjoy the sound of a nice crackling fire? Have you noticed how relaxing it is to sleep next to a campfire? Ever shared a romantic evening drinking wine next to the warm glow of a fireplace?

Now you can have that without the need of chopping wood, rolling newspaper, and finding matches. Eternal Fire will never go out unless your battery does. It also will save trees!

Recommended as a Fun and Festive Novelty Holiday App by Annie Gaus from Revision3's Internet Television Show App Judgement! (Episode 56: Fun Holiday Apps for the iPhone)


  • Perfectly looped audio and video of fire
  • Supports portrait and landscape mode
  • Click screen for settings and additional info
  • Volume control
  • Animation speed setting
  • Screen lock switch
  • Features the same fire sound used in White Noise!

Enjoy your Eternal Fire!

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Free or Paid


Apple Watch Support

Not Known

Device(s) App Was Tested On


Accessibility Comments

None of the buttons are labelled: VoiceOver is helpless. All I could do with this was start it and listen to the crackle... it's a pretty good crackle, though.

VoiceOver Performance

VoiceOver reads no page elements.

Button Labeling

No buttons are clearly labeled.


There are some accessibility issues with this app, but it can still be used if you are willing to tolerate these issues and learn how to work around them.

Other Comments

Despite the ominous name, the app is just a looped sound that evokes a roaring campfire. there are supposed to be adjustments one can make, but these are not accessible. ... but it's free. If all you want is the first sound you get, then it's there.


0 people have recommended this app



Submitted by Bryan Jones on Sunday, March 11, 2012

I was able to access the settings screen by using the one-finger double-tap-and-hold pass through gesture. The setting controls are accessible and include volume and animation speed sliders, along with switch buttons labeled lock screen and cache. Still, I wouldn't recommend this App unless you have a high tolerance for annoyingly short audio loops. The fire audio loop is just 10 seconds long and I found it to be noticeably repetitive.

Wooh, thanks, Bryan! I'm not sure how/why I missed this. gives me hope for a few other apps I've dismissed as not workable. I agree though; this particular one still not a winner: good for a one-time novelty moment , but not much beyond that. I appreciate you checking it out.

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