Which is a Palm OS app that I still enjoy! Back in 2006 it was a big deal. You can read about it here.
If you can, then make videos of what you’re doing and let everyone know that you’ve done them. Show how you use your apps and hardware. It will benefit lots of other users.
The 27th of May in 2006 was the second post on Palm Sounds. It was more of a description of what the site was then going to be about. You can read it here.
I did enjoy doing these alphabet posts, of course back in 2010 there weren’t as many apps as now, but there were still a few. You can find out which ones right here.
iComposer was one of the very early notation apps for the iPhone and Touch, and arrived today back in 2009.
That’s right, the 25th of May in 2006 was the first day that there was a post on Palm Sounds. It wasn’t much, but it was a start. You can read it (for what it’s worth) here.
Meteor arrived back in 2007 on Windows Mobile. It was a really big deal back then. There was no multitrack on a mobile platform at all back then, so this was (and for me it still is) pretty amazing. You can read about it
SoundGrid first arrived today in 2009 and was very popular as a grid based / tenori-on type sequencer app.
This is one of those things that I never got around to doing and I thought it was a cool use for an old iPod. In fact, I still do. Read the original post here.
4Pockets grid based music production studio that started out life on Windows Mobile, went to iOS and then on to the iPad too. A great app on any platform, and one of my personal favourites.