Dub Siren Pro is on sale at the moment.
I’ve just been reading some of the speculation around their announcement coming tomorrow, and there’s some good suggestions. I suppose it could be 4.2, but I’d heard that would be later, but who knows.
I find it interesting to think that there may come a time when moving applications to the cloud might be a better option than native development, but if you read these comments it starts to make a bit of sense.
It is fair to say that for music software iOS has all the attention for now, but others could rise quickly. Android has some music apps but is behind iOS, and then there’s RIM’s QNX tablet that has a lot of promise.
So what will developers do with so many OS optins? Could it be a thin front end app and a lot of activity in the cloud? That is possible in my view.
Take a look a uLoops for Android which isn’t too far off that model already.
Perhaps it won’t be quite this way for music apps, but I can see other categories moving into the web app space to take advantage of other platforms without the cost and complication of supporting multiple platforms.
What do you think?
Since the last update to Jasuto bringing iPad compatibility I’ve been totally taken with Jasuto all over again.
Of course Jasuto is a great app, but giving it the extra screen space made it so much better and so much more useful. I’ve been loving using on my iPad and have found myself using it way more than before.
It was interesting to see the comments when the iMS-20 launched saying that apps like Jasuto were much more about the way forward for mobile music. I think that there are lots of different futures for mobile music, but apps like Jasuto, and Jasuto in particular has a very bright one.
I look forward to more awesomeness coming from Jasuto as time goes on. It just gets better and better.
Another shameless plug for the NanoComp.
How does it work?
- Create an original track with NanoStudio
- From within the app, share your track to SoundCloud and make sure you submit it to the official NanoStudio group
- The track will automatically show up on this page within the next hour
- The competition runs until December 15, 2010
Who wins? Equal prizes go to…
- The track with the most votes
- And the jury’s favorite
What are the prizes? Each winner gets…
- 1 MIDI Mobilizer from Line 6
- 1 pair of the “smallest earphones in the world” from JAYS
- 1 year of SoundCloud Pro account
- 1 SoundCloud t-shirt
And don’t forget to share the tracks you like and invite your friends to vote! Check out the tracks already entered into the competition here.
If you don’t know NanoStudio as yet then you really should take a look at one of the best music making apps for the iPhone.
PocketAmp gets a little update adding social media buttons etc.