Audio apps

The future of music radio streaming begins here

The inference from Apple forking out US$3 million for Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine's Beats headphones and the music streaming service Beats Music is that it's only a matter of time before iTunes and the concept of 'owning music' bites the dust. The way we listen to music is changing. According to recent figures released by Digital Music News, digital downloads are down by around 14% this year alone and the trend seems to be drifting towards radio streaming as a way of accessing music. The concept behind streaming radio is that, when you select an artist or a song, the app will suggest and play ...  More

Radiodile Jun 4th 2014

Create your own professional sounding Hip-Hop tracks

If there is one form of music that you could nail to a specific city it is probably Hip-hop and New York. There is a fair bit of Caribbean influence in there too, of course, but it's origins lie in NYC with Grandmaster Flash, the Sugarhill Gang and Africa Bambaataa. Back then it was known as Disco Rap while today it takes on many forms including Rapping and even MC-ing and is one of the most popular forms of music on the planet. These days, the genre is played all over the world by people of all kinds and with varying levels of expertise. Hip Hop Box is a new music app for iOS that aims to ...  More

Hip Hop Box May 22nd 2014

Discover the natural sounds of new places to travel

Regular FeedMyApp readers will know only too well how much we love a good travel app. Most of them tend to follow a path of discovery of new places and tell you all the exciting things to do when you get there. But this one is different! Sound Paths is a unique audio travel guide for iOS that offers you genuine 'in-situ' soundscapes that have been recorded in many of the world’s most amazing places. Rather than offering pretty pictures to lure you to a new exotic destination, this travel app offers various natural sound bites, like wild animals or the surf crashing onto a beach in ...  More

Sound Paths Oct 28th 2013

Stream your PC content onto your mobile in real time

So many of us are using our smartphones and tablets far more than we do our personal and work computers these days. With the advances in technology for those devices moving at such a rapid rate over the last couple of years their popularity has soared. In fact, with the aid of a good wifi and a few apps, they can almost become a second computer. But there are still some things on your computer that you can't view on your device unless you are prepared to use cumbersome and time consuming methods. AirStream is an app that lets you stream media content and other files in real time from your ...  More

AirStream Jun 5th 2013

Voice your opinions on photos and places

It's often our initial vocal reaction to something that represents our true feelings about life. As soon as we pick up a pen and paper and take some time to think about what we have just seen, our opinions are changed by our lives and our other life experiences. So how about if you could create an application that is based on those vocal reactions. SayRoom is an iOS application that is such a place. It's a place where you can listen to the vocal reactions of fellow users on anything from cool photos to interesting places.   SayRoom is an intuitive audio cloud application that ...  More

SayRoom Jun 2nd 2013

Skrillex to the left...Beyonce to the right. Now you can play them both at the same time.

You see it every day with school kids on the bus or train on the way to or from school. There will always be a couple of best friends with an earphone from the same device plugged into their ear listening to music. You've got to hope that they both like the same kind of music. But what if one of them is into the abrasive sounds of someone like Skrillex and the other likes the smoother sounds of Beyonce? How do you get around that? One song each, maybe? Well now this new music sharing application called splitr has come along for iOS that provides a way for both parties to listen to what ...  More

splitr May 8th 2013

Record and share your audio personality with more than 140 characters

Anyone who uses the Internet regularly will know the tricky situations that they can get themselves into when texting. Basically, its not easy to get your emotions and true feelings across at times without your messages being misconstrued. Dubbler is a new free social app for smartphone that deals with that problem by letting you express what you are feeling in an audio kind of way. Here, instead of using text as your communication medium, you can record and share up to 60 seconds of audio, tweak it with the various voice filters and share it with your social networking friends or by ...  More

Dubbler Mar 11th 2013

Download, store and view any type of file on your iDevice

It's been quite a long wait, but it's finally here. iFile Download Manager for iOS is the long awaited download application that many have been hanging out for. So, why has it been so eagerly anticipated? Well, this cloud-based app lets you download multiple files of any type from Safari and store and view them on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. And yes, that does mean iOS5! Being based in the cloud means that you can easily wherever you are and whenever you want to.   IFile Download Manager is the long-awaited download manager for jailbroken iDevices that lets you download nearly ...  More

iFile Download Manager Feb 6th 2013

Definitely not your average photo styling app

Some might call this photo app rather shallow. After all, it really only does one thing. The thing is, this one thing that Color Thief does - to transfer and repaint one picture with the color of another - actually works really well. The app is simple to use and allows you to take your rather dull original photos and 'steal' the more vibrant colors of a second photograph to turn them into something completely different.   We all have a few photos sitting in our mobile photo albums that aren't particularly vibrant and interesting. Some may be downright dull - especially when they are ...  More

Color Thief Jan 6th 2013

Get an audio tour of the city you are in

Imagine you have just arrived in a new city, let's say it's Louisville, Kentucky, and you know nothing about the place. What's the first thing you do? Buy a map or a tourist guide? Well you don't have to do that when you have a travel app like this one. SpeakypediaEN is a new way of accessing information about a new place and gives you an audio guide using information from Wikipedia. It's like when you are going around an art gallery and you want all the guff on the artworks. Just plug in and connect with the Internet and you will have hands free information on your iOS as to where you are ...  More

SpeakypediaEN Nov 18th 2012

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