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Album Flow

Album Flow Free Version Available!

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Been a while since I posted up on Album Flow, but wanted to get word out there has been a release of a free version. You need to pay for premium features to customize or use playlists, appearance, etc. but the main cover flow feature that makes it mucho cool for iPad users is fully functional in the free version. Also a great alternative player for iPhone, so go grab it here...



One of the best Cover Flow application for iPad and iPhone is available for free

One of the best Cover Flow application for iPad and iPhone is available for free

 

Album Flow is one of the best music players available in AppStore. Apple has not integrated cover flow to the iPad’s player, so this application is perfect for those who have been missing this feature. The super fast user interface with high resolution images will take care of the best user experience on your device. And from now, it is free for everyone!


Album Flow

Album Flow
Product Type: 
App

Album Flow is one of the best music players available in AppStore. Apple has not integrated cover flow to the iPad’s player, so this application is perfect for those who have been missing this feature. The super fast user interface with high resolution images will take care of the best user experience on your device. And from now, it is free for everyone!

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What I played this week - Carnivores, Album Flow 2 and other gaming news!

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Check out the Featured App Store bundles if you haven't yet. Several of the best apps you will likely find on the app store, all nicely sorted into related bins can be had thus. Last night I found myself perusing the dinosaur related app/games bundle (under Game Collections), and of course there is a 3D FPS game in there called Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter that I couldn't resist. The game turned out to be a mere 74MB of totally cool, and immersive hunting of the prehistoric beasties, which ran just fine even on my old original iPad with it's old-school graphics! Also this week, played with the latest release of Album Flow (see previous review here), since the developer made some interesting tweaks to the new version. Album Flow brings Cover Flow to iPad (or now iPhone), in case you were wondering, but with some interesting new capabilities. More news from the gaming realm at the end--lot's to cover so let's jump in, shall we...?



iPhone Life Weekly Weekend Giveaway 5/4

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Every weekend we will be raffling off tons of great apps and accessories for FREE. Here's how it works: Every Friday we will announce the prizes being given away through iPhoneLife.com, Facebook, and Twitter. To enter the giveaway, go to iPhoneLife.com/giveaways. On Monday morning we will randomly select the winners. If you win an app, we will email you the promo code to redeem the app for free. If you win an accessory, we will mail it to you.



WINNERS: iPhone Life's Weekly Weekend Giveaway 4-30

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Thanks to everyone who entered the iPhone Life Weekly Weekend Giveaway. We have selected the winners of this Giveaway. We gave away 14 apps!

And the winners are... (drumroll please):  Robert Blake, Ben Hackett, Zane Edwards, Anne Standish, Jon Wise, Jerry Hawkins, Michael Cuddy, Aurel Semcov, David Caban, Michael Dudek, Al Warner, Steven Carvajal, Muh Nursalim and Charles Justice!

 



Album Flow

Album Flow
Product Type: 
App

 

Album Flow is a clear and simply solution for those who miss the Cover Flow view from the iPad's app.

 

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Album Flow 1.7.2 for iPad has been released

Album Flow 1.7.2 for iPad has been released

 

BUDAPEST, on April 21st 2012 - Imre Kátai today announced that, Album Flow 1.7.2 has been released. Album Flow is a clear and simply solution for those who miss the Cover Flow view from the iPad's app.

 


Album Flow brings Cover Flow to iPad!

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Cover flow, being one of the most attractive electronic music selector schemes to come along since the diner booth jukebox, was left off of the iPad. I have tried a ton of ways to browse mobile music over the years. Cover Flow is the best, at least in terms of coolness factor and more importantly providing the illusion that I own physical recordings. Back in the day when you bought a record, you could take it to a friend's house, play it on their stereo, let them keep it for a week. You could open the jacket and read about the band, study the song lyrics, and catch a brief glimpse of that other world where all the cool people live. You had to imagine what it would be like to hang out with them though--no MTV, YouTube or reality shows. Cover flow brought back a part of the nostalgia of the experience. Album Flow brings cover flow to iPad.



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