Archive for the ‘Music’ Category

String Wars: It’s Like Guitar Hero for Real!

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: String Wars iPad App Review by We talk a lot about our other hobbies and interests, as well as our other jobs on occasion, but you know what—we just don’t care! You see, that’s what we, as reviewers are bringing to the table. And if our additional expertise can help […]


Never miss a beat with TrailMix on iOS

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: TrailMix iPhone App Review by Music has the potential to make or break a workout. One minute, you might be jogging to the Rocky theme, about to set a personal record. But before you know it, your iPhone shuffles to a slower song like Eric Clapton’s “Tears in Heaven,” and […]


Listen Up with homesickFM

Tweet  Price: Free Rating: homesickFM iPhone App Review by homesickFM, a music app by Nico Schmidt, brings iOS users the radio stations of their home cities at the touch of their fingertips. homesickFM can be used for free for one city, but adding additional cities can only be done for a minor fee ($0.99). […]


Hello Kitty Music: Piano Play-Along Deluxe is a Must-Have Education App for iPad

Tweet  Price: $2.99 Rating: Hello Kitty Music: Piano Play-Along Deluxe iPad App Review by Hello Kitty Music: Piano Play-Along Deluxe, developed by Castle Builders, is a wonderful app for iPad that teaches music to children using a variety of effective methods. Through playing instruments and training the ear to recognize notes, kids will learn to […]


Recordium: Your Audio Just Got Visual

Tweet  Price: Free (for a limited time) Rating: Recordium: Written iPhone App Review Over the years, we’ve used an awful large number of recorder applications for the iPhone and iPad. That being said, we’ve never (ever) seen anything quite as good or as resourceful as Recordium from Pichak co. That’s heavy praise, but not praise […]


ReRave is a Must-Have Rhythm Game for iOS

Tweet  Price: $0.99 Rating: ReRave: Written & Video iPad Game Review As an avid music enthusiast, I’m always excited to learn about music games that are available. The days of Guitar Hero and Rockband really set the standard for how future rhythm games would be designed, and it’s about time that a revolutionary game came […]

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