Techdigest has published a 101 top iPhone apps in the world today. I had a peak at these expecting to find none of what I consider to be the best in iPhone programming there. However, I was pleasantly surprised.

At No. 5 is Bloom described as “Amazing sound generator devised by Brian Eno and Peter Chilvers. Has to be played to be believed.“.
Opal Limited

At No. 12 is Noise IO Pro Synth, which they describe as “Incredible and fully-featured synthesizer with sound editing.”.
Amidio Inc.

At No. 18 is Star Guitar, another Amidio fav described as “Simulate different guitars simply by tapping a few buttons.“. Not sure they got the real power of this app, but nonetheless good to see it placed so high.
Amidio Inc.

At No. 19 Synthpond of which they say “Amazing sound creation tool based on orbiting shapes, great visuals as well as sound. Loads of options.“. I keep hoping that SynthPond will get some new features. I guess I should put that in the wishlist thread.
Zach Gage

At No. 52 (lower than I’d expected) is BeatMaker, described as “Awesome music creation studio featuring drum machines, sampling, audio effects and a lot more.“. And I guess we hope for even more to come.
INTUA

And lastly at 94, RJDJDownload “musical worlds” from different artists. Needs to be heard to be believed.“.
Reality Jockey Ltd.

Of course I could think of loads more apps to go in there like NLog, Hexatone, Jasuto, to name a few, but then again I’m glad that they recognise the excellent work done by the developers above.

There are lots of other interesting apps in there too and a few I hadn’t heard of either. You can find the whole article here.

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