I’ve been quite tempted by this device as it does look like it might be a decent contender for the iPod Touch. I saw a deal with Maplin (UK) for £129 which seemed very cheap, but I don’t know if it is going to be a really good device for music.
Anyway, here’s Brighthand’s review.
I think that whatever your views of Apple they have sent a very clear set of messages about iOS for iPhone/Touch/iPad with their own apps like iMove, and GarageBand. Apple thinks content creation is important on the mobile device.
But will Google do the same? Evey time I hear from a developer talking about porting to the Android OS the big issue is latency. So will Google do anything about it and make Android friendlier to real time audio?
I’d love to see Android really compete with iOS in terms of music creation and content creation in general. Android has a number of really significant advantages over iOS in other areas, but this one seems to be becoming a show stopper, and that’s a big shame if it doesn’t change.
Wondering what sounds you might get from the Strange Agency’s CP 1919 app, then this gives you some idea.
It may only be a small update, but it shows that SoundTrends respond to users’ feedback.
Version 1.0.2 includes several small fixes, including making the audio output louder and audio copy and paste compatibility.