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iPhone apps: PianoStudio, iBacon, VoiceKeyboard

updated 05:30 pm EDT, Thu June 25, 2009

WorldVoice Radio, HoloSnap

  • PianoStudio ($7) is piano simulator which features a built-in recorder. The interface places individual notes, chords, and phrases onto a set of buttons that can be ordered. Users can create musical phrases in the phrases editor and set them to buttons on the interface allowing users to easily layer chord progressions and melodies. PianoStudio also features three different piano tones, a built-in chord library, and nine different button layout styles.

  • iBacon ($1) allow users to cook virtual bacon on their iPhone or iPod touch. The application uses gestures for performing different tasks, such as pinching to flip pieces, tilting the screen to pour off grease, and shaking the device to shut off the smoke alarm. iBacon uses 30 fps video video loops to simulate the cooking and also allows users to "eat" the bacon when it is finish cooking.

  • VoiceKeyboard ($4) allows users to record their own sounds and play them back using a keyboard interface. Users can set up to 30 different sounds on the keyboard and the software automatically cuts off the dead air at the beginning and end of each sound. VoiceKeyboard is able to layer up to 5 different sounds simultaneously allowing users to build complex chords.

  • WorldVoice Radio ($3) is a tool for creating short podcasts while on the go. Users can record short audio clips and directly upload them or upload pre-produced ÁCasts that have been made on a computer. The application also provides access to internet radio stations from around the world. Stations can be saved as presets and push notifications will alert users when their favorite stations have been updated.

  • HoloSnaps ($1) can be used to create holographic cards that change when the device is tilted. Users can select three photos from their library and then the software automatically merges them together. Created cards are saved in a virtual class display case and are lifted out by a robotic arm when selected.

    by MacNN Staff

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