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Noise.io Pro is First True iPhone synthesizer — for Professionals
This is it. The first full-fledged synthesizer available for the iPhone.
Noise.io Pro features everything you would expect from a synth including a large and expandable preset bank, a powerful sequencer, a rich ESFM synthesizer processor, (an enhanced version of the traditional Frequency Modulation) along with all the bells and whistles you can expect from any professional synths.
No Need to Call Jack Bauer When You Have eC2 In Hand
eC2 - Imagine yourself as a war fighter with a mission to a remote mountainous region in search of a terrorist training camp. Under normal conditions, it might be impossible to carry out your mission in the time allotted because of the difficult terrain.
Line Rider Is A Daredevil
It's time for everyone to bring out their mad daredevil skills. Line Rider gives you the chance to draw out a course so that the character in the game can ride it. It's a lot more fun than it sounds.
Interview with Corey Johnson of NueroSnack
AppCraver recently spoke with Corey Johnson, the developer of NeuroSnack, about the experience of developing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?
Chili Pepper Blackjack Brings Spicy Casino Action
Maybe you just saw the movie 21 and think you are ready to break Vegas. Or you are looking for another game to get addicted to on your iPhone and burn through some battery life. Either way, you will have a great time with Chili Pepper Blackjack. It is a solid offering from Fat Free Games. There is a mix of excellent graphics and interactive gameplay to get you hooked.
ACTSudoku - Friendliest Sudoku App Yet
For the uninitiated, sudoku is a number-based puzzle game that requires using the numbers 1 through 9 to fill a 9x9 grid in a precise manner. There are plenty of sudoku apps out there that supply a puzzle for to you solve and that's it.
SnapTell Explorer: You Can Judge a Book By Its Cover After All
La, la, la, you stroll into your favorite bookstore and you see a book that you'd like to buy. "Hmmm," you say to yourself, "Self, I wonder if this book is any good and better yet, can I find it cheaper somewhere else?"
So, you pull out your trusty iPhone and launch SnapTell Explorer, the free app you downloaded just the other day.
iPhone 2.2 Update Ready to Download
Just like they said it would, this morning brings the much-anticipated version 2.2 update for iPhone. (iPod touch and iTunes also received their own set of updates.) There has been lots of speculation about what this new update would bring.
Toy Bot Diaries Entry 2: More Levels of Magnetism
Everyone's favorite round robot re-entered the App Store with a second installment to the hugely popular Toy Bot Diaries. The sequel, Toy Bot Diaries Entry 2, finds toy bot still on a mission to deliver a message to King Bot.
Relax With BreathPacer
New York based Larva Labs Ltd., the developers behind such apps as Flip Clock and Face Mixer, bring BreathPacer to the mobile platform, an easy-to-use breathing guide to help reduce stress and assist relaxation.
The Weather Channel: Tons of Info for Weather Junkies
If you’ve heard it never rains in Southern California you may get your proof once you download The Weather Channel App. By default this geo-location weather app gives you information based on your current locale. If you want info on a place you’re traveling to simply type in city, state, or zip code.
Interview with Brett Gardner from CoolIris
AppCraver recently spoke with Brett Gardner, head of user growth over at CoolIris, Inc — the developers of the CoolIris search application and the mobile app of the same name. She answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Sapus Tongue Tree Leaping Game Gets Kids Moving
Parents who don’t mind forking over their iPhones to keep their little ones entertained will have now have an official reason to do so. Sapus Tongue is a classic game designed for kids nine years old and older.
iPhone Your Life: Apple's Tips Draw Users Further Into the Cult of Mac
"Solving life's dilemmas one app at a time." Apple is showing their commitment to solving dilemmas with an update to the iPhone website.
A new section of the Apple site dubbed iPhone Your Life announces what users have known since the beginning — "...It's more than a phone.
Flick Fishing is Almost as Close as It Gets
When it comes to sport fishing on the iPhone and iPod touch, other applications — including the recently reviewed iFish — fall far short of Flick Fishing. In other words, if you're choosing a fishing application, you should go with this one.