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Spotify for iPhone - Another Look

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Shortly after it was released in the US, I wrote a First Look post about Spotify. You can read my post here. During that initial look at Spotify I was very impressed with the service.

 



Voice Counting Added In Top Selling Metronome App

Voice Counting Added In Top Selling Metronome App

Frozen Ape today is pleased to announce that with the latest 2.1 update, a new Voice Counting option has been added. This has been a much requested feature, and from today, customers will be able to practise to a human voice counting out the beats. The 2.1 update also introduces 16 other new features and enhancements, including a new Bar Ticker to track the number of measures played.


Wall of Sound - cool free way to browse your collection!

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Can't count how many music player alternatives I have tried over the years (have to take off my shoes for sure). Suffice to say, I can't really say any jumped out and made me go, "THAT'S IT!"--like Charlie Brown's epiphany when Lucy tells him he has the fear of everything. Wall of Sound didn't really make me do that, except maybe a little bit. Then it had a couple of glitches, so I calmed down. Still, it is pretty well done for a freebie, and provides a unique way to find and play tunes...



Candysoft Releases New iTunes Library Sharing Product

Candysoft Releases New iTunes Library Sharing Product

Candysoft has announced the release of iTunesAir for Windows, which allows to remotely copy, synchronize, share, and stream your iTunes library over the Internet. Marketed as being 'more than Home Sharing', it expands the functionality of iTunes by making new practical sharing options possible.

iTunesAir comes with several practical and user-friendly features for iTunes, including iTunes to iTunes sharing, which allows to easily copy music, videos, applications, playlists and podcasts from one iTunes library to another, along with all their related metadata. Just click, drag, and you're done.


Music Company Adds a Touch of Guitar Magic to Apple’s iPhone

Music Company Adds a Touch of Guitar Magic to Apple’s iPhone

New iPhone app provides musical inspiration in a revolutionary way – by ‘beaming’ a bit of magic through the speaker of an iPhone directly into the pickup of a guitar.


IK Multimedia Review Extravaganza

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IK Multimedia has been a company on a roll lately, with a slew of hardware and software products tailored for amateur and prosumer musicians. Whether its stands and clips for iPhones and iPads or multitrack recording and sampling software for the iOS platform, IK has been expanding their catalog at a prodigious rate. Their latest releases include a MIDI hardware connector for the iOS platform, a sound sampler app and a iPad version of their popular VocaLive software. This review will take a closer look at each.

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TunesDoctor: No More Unknown Artists and Unknown Albums in Your Music Collection

TunesDoctor: No More Unknown Artists and Unknown Albums in Your Music Collection

Candysoft.com has announced the release of TunesDoctor, a handy program for fixing disorganized music collections. It can automatically fill in missing ID3 tags, fix incorrect ones, find cover art and add lyrics, thus making a collection orderly and easy to navigate. TunesDoctor is compatible with iTunes, Windows Media Player, Foobar and Winamp.


Top 100 Music Videos now available on iPhone and iPad

Top 100 Music Videos now available on iPhone and iPad

Music Videos: Top 100 brings the YouTube 100 chart to iPhone and iPad. Since YouTube launched
this chart, which tracks song popularity by measuring views across official videos and viral debuts, it has ever been increasing in popularity. It has however been hard to access the chart on mobile devices. Music Videos: Top 100 provides iPhone and iPad users with a very user-friendly way to view the chart and its videos.

 

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AutoVolume - Self adjust volume based on background noise. Or limit music volume automatically while talking.

AutoVolume - Self adjust volume based on background noise. Or limit music volume automatically while talking.

I think I've created something that is designed to successfully change the way people listen to music in noisy city, on transport or even in office where sudden attention is needed.

A lot of people love listen to music during their daily activities. But what happens if the noise outside is constantly changing? It is always changing.. When walking by a noisy street or during stops on the subway train.


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