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It’s all about the music

564 days ago in iPad, iPhone, iPhone App Spotlight, Neat & Nifty, Reviews by Wardy Miller | No Comments

If you didn’t know it, I am a big music fan, and I am always looking for a good music app. The iPhone and iPad have the music app that can play your music or any playlists that you have created. You can also use it to create a genius playlist, based off of a seed song, it will match other songs in your library that are similar. There are plenty of apps that will help you find new music, Pandora, Spotify and so on, they use a seed song or band to create your playlist. But what if you want to create a playlist based on something other than a song? For example a playlist based on the day of the week, where you were going, or your mood? Enter Songza. Songza does just that it will create a play list for you based on filters as what you are doing or how you are feeling. All of Songza’s playlists are made by music professionals. DJ’s and music critics. The other cool thing about Songza, is there are no commercials. It also functions a little like Pandora where you can give a gong the “Thumbs Up” or “Thumbs down” which will fine tune you playlist on the fly. For example I am writing this post on Sunday morning. When I opened Songza, it asked me if I wanted a “Late Sunday morning playlist” I clicked go, then it asked if I wanted “pre-game pump up music” and of I said Go. It started playing some really cool songs that would fire you up, but I hadn’t thought about in a while. Songza is not limited to iOS. The application also runs on Android and there is also a website, so you can always have a new cool playlist at your fingertips. I know your next question, “How much for this app?” You can have this app and all of it’s playlist creating goodness for the low, low price of… FREE. So you have no excuse not to at least give it a spin. Even if you don’t download the app, give it a shot on the web. You won’t be disappointed.

Instagram releases version 2.0

940 days ago in Essential Apps, iPhone, iPhone App Spotlight, Neat & Nifty by Brent | No Comments

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Instagram just released version 2.0 of their awesome iPhone app. This HUGE update brings us: Live filters Four new filters Instant tilt-shift High-resolution photos Borders now optional One-click rotation New logo So far I love just about everything. Did they remove the blur depth control for tilt-shift? I’m not seeing it. I really do miss [...]

iPhone App Spotlight: PicPosterous

1597 days ago in Contributors, iPhone App Spotlight by Spencer Scott | No Comments

Posterous.com is a service gaining popularity.  It specifically notes that it is not a micro-blogging service, but a site which lets you post pictures, blogs, videos, etc. by sending it through e-mail or other means such as the app we are discussing today.  I use Posterous to post images from my iPhone, camera, and images [...]

iPhone App Spotlight: Flashlight

1703 days ago in Articles, Contributors, iPhone App Spotlight, Reviews by John Fuller | 1 Comment

The iPhone may be capable of doing some pretty powerful and impressive things, but sometimes you only need it for simple tasks. One of these instances is seeing in the dark, which is where Flashlight comes in. While there are no shortage of flashlight emulators available in the app store, I’m using the free one [...]

iPhone App Spotlight: Prowl

1717 days ago in Articles, Contributors, iPhone App Spotlight, Reviews by John Fuller | 2 Comments

Growl is one of the most popular, and widely used, Mac OS X utilities for displaying system-wide notifications. Prowl will now transmit your computer’s Growl notifications to your iPhone or iPod touch. The app takes advantage of the 3.0 software to send Push Notifications to you. Setting up the computer-to-iPhone connection is simple, you simply [...]

iPhone App Spotlight: The Sims 3

1723 days ago in Articles, Contributors, iPhone App Spotlight, Reviews by John Fuller | No Comments

The Sims, a popular video-game franchise from EA, has been ported to the iPhone as a life simulation game. As many fans know, The Sims allows users to create people, design their homes, and control their lives. The iPhone version allows for many of the same features, but is heavily centered around the ‘life control’ [...]

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