Metronome offers a limited set of features for tracking fuel economy in your car that are wrapped in a nice design, but most of all, it's hard to argue with free.
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Guitar Hero has nothing on this bare-bones parody of rhythm gaming.
Device pulsates beats through wires.
Yes, it's a thinly disguised advertisement for Gibson Guitars, but the company's new iPhone app does include useful tools like a tuner and metronome, and it's free.
This app for musicians allows you to record up to four looped tracks and overlay them to create a full-band sound.
Do you want to become a real-life guitar hero, instead of just a virtual one on your gaming console? Gibson Guitar's Android app will teach you how.
Humans and parrots, clear the dance floor. This sea lion's got rhythm.
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.
commentary Both were growing in influence, with a reputation for being difficult. Now one is the architect of Microsoft's comeback attempt in consumer markets and the other is being forced out of Apple. What happened?
Yes, you heard right. For $9.99, your iPhone (or iPod Touch) can fill in for a hearing aid that costs hundreds of dollars. It can even replay snippets of conversation, TiVo-style!