It seems strange to think that this was new, or rather not even available at that point in 2006, but there you go. Here, was the original preview info from miniMusic and a little video of the app from me too.
This was sort of a big thing as there were no native mobile music making apps for the iPhone at this point so getting something even vaguely like mobile music on an iPod (classic not touch) was a positive thing. Here’s the original post from 2007.
Strange to think of a world without Android as a mobile OS, but today in 2007 Google announced their mobile OS for the first time. Here’s the original post.
So this is a bit of a personal thing as I wrote a piece for the catalogue. The mobile music workshop ran for quite a few years though I never managed to get along to it sadly. The original post about the catalogue can be found here.
Yep, after what seemed like an eternity back in 2008 Noise.IO Pro finally arrived on the app store. It was a big deal back then. In 2008 it was a very impressive app. You can read a bit more about it here.
This was a real first back in 2006. Of course now all the magazines have regular features on mobile apps, but back then it was a bit of an oddity and of course there wasn’t a huge amount to talk about either. Read the original post from 2006 here.
I actually had one or two of these very strange objects from McDonalds. I never thought that they’d enter the mobile music world. You can see the pictures in the original post.
Another app that’s gone now, but back in 2008 it was great to see this come along to the platform. The original post on this is here.
Strange to think of Android not being around, but back in 2007 here was the first hint that Google might be planning their own mobile OS. Here’s the original post.