Moments in Mobile Music: 2 – Griff and Windows Mobile

Griff was (is) an app (not that we called them apps in those days) that was a complete revelation to me. Up to that point I’d only used Palm OS stuff (see previous post on miniMusic) and hadn’t ventured into the world of Windows Mobile (as it was called in those days). But Griff was … Continue reading Moments in Mobile Music: 2 – Griff and Windows Mobile

My 24 apps of Christmas: 18 – Griff (for Windows Mobile)

So it’s time to go a little retro with my 24 apps of Christmas this year. I know that lots of people might think it a little strange, but actually I think it makes perfect sense. When you look at Griff and what it can do you’ll start to wonder how it was ever created … Continue reading My 24 apps of Christmas: 18 – Griff (for Windows Mobile)

Blazing Griffin announce the acquisition of IP from Lucky Frame Ltd

Well this is some consolation for anyone who was saddened by Lucky Frame shutting up shop. At least a couple of the titles will continue. For me personally I wish it had been Wave Trip and Mujik, but that was unlikely in the extreme I know. http://aos-creative.prf.hn/creative/camref:ijvr/creativeref:302434/special:rotate

Windows Mobile App of the day: Griff (Tutorial)

Griff was (is) an amazing piece of software. Considering when it first arrived, way before iOS was even rumoured by anyone. It’s free now if you wanted to play with some older mobile music tech, and occasionally, I do. http://aos-creative.prf.hn/creative/camref:ijvr/creativeref:302434/special:rotate

Windows Mobile App of the week: Griff

Starting a new weekly series of remembering some of the best, but not always the best, apps for Windows Mobile. I had to start with the amazing Griff didn’t I? Software that was really ahead of it’s time, Griff is free now, but you can’t get all the third party plugins for nothing sadly. http://aos-creative.prf.hn/creative/camref:ijvr/creativeref:302434/special:rotate