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Briefly: IK Multimedia's iRig MIDI 2, Google AdWords Express for iOS

updated 05:39 pm EDT, Thu July 10, 2014

IK Multimedia launches portable Lightning/USB iRig MIDI 2

IK Multimedia has announced that it is now shipping the iRig MIDI 2, a portable MIDI interface with Lightning and USB connectivity for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, as well as Mac and PC. The device is equipped with three standard-sized female MIDI DIN sockets -- IN, OUT and THRU -- which allow for full MIDI functionality and connectivity with any MIDI-enabled device, such as a keyboard, hardware synthesizer and more. Its two blue LED lights provide monitoring of the MIDI data passing through the In and Out sockets.



The iRig MIDI 2 comes with a full suite of music-creation apps, such as SampleTank Free and iGrand Piano Free for iOS, and SampleTank 3 SE for Mac and PC users. The device works with all MIDI-compatible software. The iRig MIDI 2 is priced at $100, and is available online.

Google's AdWords Express released for iOS

AdWords Express is now available for iOS users in the US. The app allows users to create a Google ad quickly, and pay when potential customers click through to visit their website. Call, click and viewing frequency can be monitored, and the ad can be edited at any time. Free to download, the app requires iOS 6.0 or later, with ads varying in price based on budget.





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