Add in ReWire, an app that's designed to train you brain to focus your attention with video-game like methods. You can listen to music (your own or theirs) and tap on the screen when it stops to measure how well you're paying attention. You can graph your progress.
With ReWire you don't just sit passively, you actively participate with your experience allowing quick training of your attentional muscle while gaining greater control over your mind and syncing up with each moment.
He writes: "A person’s base level of physical strength can be dramatically elevated through a well-organized regimen of physical exercise. Analogously, a person’s base level of mindful awareness can be dramatically elevated through a well-organized regimen of mindful awareness practices." Mindfulness-awareness practices, which he calls MAP, are "a tool of immense power and generality that can be applied to improving just about every aspect of human happiness.
"I use the phrase “Mindfulness – The Path” for the process of applying mindful awareness to achieve specific aspects of human happiness."
You can read about his approach in detail here
Buddhism talks about training the mind, which is more than attention. The Eight-fold Path lists concentration as one factor in the cessation of suffering; others include livelihood, speech, action, view, intention, and wisdom. Without those aspects, you might as well play Angry Birds.