You can get it for nothing currently on the app store.
So I hear that Android 2.3 has much better audio, in fact:
“The platform provides a software implementation of Khronos OpenSL ES, a standard API that gives applications access to powerful audio controls and effects from native code. Applications can use the API to manage audio devices and control audio input, output, and processing directly from native code”
But will this make enough difference to start to bring audio developers into Android in the same way as iOS?
I’d really like to hear some developer’s opinions on this if possible. What do you think?
Not a new music app from Pixelh8 but something very art orientated. Looks quite unusual too.
Lots of rumours yesterday that the mac app store will be coming on the 13th of December, which is fine. I’m still hoping that this will prompt more iOS apps to have integration with desktop counterparts. Not just music apps, but lots of other types of apps too as hopefully the mac app store will bring better access to market for developers.