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Whimmy - The music app with your emotions in focus

Whimmy - The music app with your emotions in focus

EFDapps has announced the app Whimmy for iPhone. This is the app that links music with emotion. It lets the user categorize Spotify and iTunes music by adding songs to emotions.
The heart of the app is the four emotions; Happy, Sad, Angry and Love. The user taps the emotion that fits her current state of mind and just the right music starts to play.


Best Rugged Bluetooth Speakers of 2013

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These days there is a seemingly endless array of excellent quality Bluetooth speakers. However, out of the multitudes of Bluetooth speakers on the market, only a limited and select few can lay claim to being rugged and heavy duty. What follows are the cream of the crop of ultra-durable, shock-proof, and waterproof speakers. Read on to find the best rugged Bluetooth speakers for those who are adventurous or accident prone, or those who are looking for the perfect speaker for someone who can be really hard on their gear.



Best Over-Ear Headphones of 2013

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There are a great many options when it comes to incredible over-ear headphones, and they can range in price from under $50 to well over $400, and upward. Professional musicians and audiophiles alike tend to agree that a good pair of over-ear headphones will provide you with the most accurate and authentic listening experience available.



Give IK Multimedia Gear to Your Musicians This Holiday Season!

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Several of us blogger musician types have raved about IK Multimedia gear over the years, and with good reason (see Mike Riley's recent reviews here.) Early this year at CES, I was able to get an up close and personal preview of the latest music creation gadgets, but only recently was able to check out the production versions of IK's iRig Pro and Blueboard. If you are wondering what in the world to get your favorite musician this holiday (with a Mac, iPad, or iPhone), look no further. You can check out the rocking guitar demo above for a taste!



Google Play Music Comes to iPhone

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You already have a ton of options when it comes to cloud-based music, including iTunes Radio, Pandora, Spotify, Rdio, Amazon Cloud Player, and more. Yet you might want to consider Google Play Music, since it offers a combination of features not otherwise available. As you know, services like Pandora and iTunes Radio let you listen to songs similar to what you like, but you're unable to request specific songs. And subscription services such as Spotify and Rdio let you request a particular song and typically charge a monthly fee of around $10, but they don't store your personal collection in the cloud. Then there are services like iTunes Match and Amazon Cloud Player that let you upload your collection to the cloud and stream music that you already own. Google Play Music combines the ability to request specific songs (like Spotify and Rdio) with the ability to upload your music collection (like iTunes Match and Amazon Cloud Player).



StompBox Free Multi FX Music App for iPad Released

StompBox Free Multi FX Music App for iPad Released

StompBox Free is the latest iPad music application from 4PocketsAudio, the creators of Meteor Multi-Track recorder and StompBox guitar effects rack, which featured in Apple’s iPad 2 TV commercial in January 2012.

StompBox Free turns your iPad into a flexible Multi FX Processor which comes with 3 free effects; Delay, Reverb, Chorus and a further 16 Effects to choose from in the Online store.

StompBox Free supports AudioBus and Apple’s Inter-App Audio making it an excellent general purpose audio processing tool for all musicians, not just guitarists.

With StompBox you get the best of both worlds, a rack of professional sounding stereo effects (with far more control than simple foot pedals) and a foot controller to access a tuner and all your patches.

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iPhone Life Bloggers' Choice Awards: Best Apps of 2013

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We know you've come to rely on the bloggers at iPhoneLife.com for helpful reviews of all the best offerings in the App Store. With over 1 million apps for your iPhone and over 475,000 apps for your iPad, deciding which apps to download can be overwhelming. That's why we asked all of our bloggers to vote for their favorite apps released or updated in 2013. Here are their top three in seven categories!



Voice Box Couture the free fashion iOS App

Voice Box Couture the free fashion iOS App

Voice Box Couture (VBC) is the App for all Fashion, Music and Celeb lovers worldwide. VBC was put together by Model, Singer, TV presenter and Fashion Designer Monique Lenore an up and coming superstar for Brooklyn, New York.

With VBC the App you can browse all of Monique's clothing range (for both Men and Women) or even shop and buy from within the App. Below is a list of App features that demonstrate how VBC is a must for all celebrity fans worldwide.

App Features
* An iOS celebrity game with scoreboard to challenge your fans and see who knows their A list superstars.

* Loads of top beauty tips

* A Fashion Design Quiz to separate the wannabes from the hardcore Fashion fans


Join the Korus and Enjoy Music Throughout Your Home

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Bluetooth held great promise when it first appeared on the scene, but its Achilles Heel has always been long distance. Beyond ten meters, and certainly around 30 meters, the sound can be unreliable. If you're an audiophile, you wouldn't build a whole-house audio solution around Bluetooth. Even AirPlay locks you in to Apple devices and supported apps.



Wicked Audio's Evacs: Stunning Sound in a Surprisingly Affordable Package.

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If you are looking for a great deal on a quality pair of high performance, bass-pumping on-ear headphones, look no further than Wicked Audio’s Evac available at Amazon for as low as $20.00. These headphones are extremely affordable and deliver surprisingly clear and crisp sound. In fact for the price, the Evacs are hard to beat!



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