BOSS Tuner review – free guitar pedal tuner in an iOS app from BOSS

I've said a number of times that one category the iTunes App Store is not short of supplies in is the 'synth app' category. OK, so most of us are happy to have a number (heck, even a very large number) of synths at our disposal, especially given the very modest price point of many of these virtual instruments in an app. However, there is another iOS music app category that isn't exactly short of a few candidates; the tuner app and, in this case, most of us might get by with just one or two in … [Read more...]

Sing inTuna update – HotPaw bring iOS9 support to their pitch training app

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, one of the things I find attractive about the whole iOS music app environment (and, indeed, iOS apps in general) is that app developers are still happy to create apps that are highly focused on a single – and often quite simple – task. When the pricing structure of apps mean that most cost less than a cup of coffee at your local Starbucks or Costa, you can justify offering a ‘single function’ app that is still going to appeal to users without the need to … [Read more...]

Music App Review – Sing inTuna by HotPaw

As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, one of the things I find attractive about the whole iOS music app environment (and, indeed, iOS apps in general) is that app developers are still happy to create apps that are highly focused on a single – and often quite simple – task. When the pricing structure of apps mean that most cost less than a cup of coffee at your local Starbucks or Costa, you can justify offering a ‘single function’ app that is still going to appeal to users without the need to … [Read more...]