I really love it when people get in touch with me with completely unexpected ideas, and this was no exception to that whatsoever.
I’m a firm believer that mobile music is not just about iOS, or in fact any proprietary operating system or hardware, it is and should be much wider indeed, and Tap it goes towards proving that.
When I watched the video at the beginning I wasn’t convinced, but then over the course of about 2 minutes I started to think that this idea actually has a lot going for it. So when you watch it don’t just think about how it might be adapted for use with an iOS device, but just how it could be a lot of fun to play around with. Once you’ve done that take a look at their Indiegogo page and decide what to do from there.
I leave it up to you.
There’s lots of rumours about an Apple event on the 23rd to announce an iPad Mini, but still I can’t really see how it fits in, or where it fits in. It doesn’t make sense to me. Not to say that I couldn’t be wrong, and not to say that it isn’t just a reaction to all the other tablets of about the same size that everyone suggests an iPad Mini might be.
But if it does come out I can’t see how it will distinguish itself or differentiate itself at all.
Maybe Apple will pull something amazing out of the bag. They haven’t for a while, but it is possible, I suppose.
Alchemy Synth Mobile updates. Here’s what’s new:
- Added support for the iPhone 5’s bigger screen
- ‘Sticky keys’ button has been moved back onto main screen for easy access
- Minor changes for iOS 6 compatibility
Also there’s also 3 day sale with 50% off dream voices, and guitar mutations for just $1.99.