24 Apps of 2012: Bhajis Loops

Well you didn’t think I’d let an opportunity like this go by without plugging my much loved Palm OS and Bhajis Loops.

Both Bhajis Loops and Microbe are still completely excellent mobile music making apps. Of course, you can’t use either of these on iOS (although there is an emulator for jailbroken devices), even so it’s best to use the real thing, and if you’re interested I’d suggest a Pam Tungsten T3 from eBay or a Palm Tungsten TX for that matter.

I’ve put out a couple of unfinished collections of pieces which were both made using Bhajis which you can find on Bandcamp if you’re interested. But I still maintain that Bhajis is one of the best ever mobile music applications. iOS is getting close, but it isn’t quite there as yet in some ways.

So Bhajis makes it into my 24 apps of 2012 even though I’ve barely used it these year. It’s still up there, and probably always will be.

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