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GarageBand is the best app for music creation on a touch screen. With real-world instruments, true-to-life sounds, and tons of easy-to-use tools, there is simply no other app in its class for iOS.
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Apple temporarily added GarageBand to the list of built-in apps for the iPhone 5s and other iOS 7 devices yesterday — also showing off new icons for the iLife and iWork line-up before quickly reverting the changes.
Ahead of a big iPad announcement tomorrow, Apple accidentally revealed plans to make GarageBand for iOS a free app.
Updates for Apple's work and play software for iOS briefly appeared on the company's Web site over the weekend, just ahead of Apple's special event.
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Among the software announcements today, one of our favorite apps, GarageBand, got some major feature editions that will make the music creation tool even more fun to play with.
One of the most interesting apps to appear on the iPad has been Apple's own GarageBand. The robust features include the ability to play several instruments or sit back while the app plays them for you, recording original music at any level of expertise.
GarageBand, Apple's music creation app, is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch for £2.99.