Well, this is impressive. the iMaschine app is like having a full music studio in your pocket, combining a sampler, sequencer, and audio processor into one program that you can use to make full songs on the fly.
Amidst the rumors surrounding the iPhone 4S/5, a stranger nugget of info arrives. Twitter user SonyDickson spotted a string of code in the latest iTunes 10.5 beta 9 that suggests Apple might start allowing app rentals. Say what? Why would anybody rent an app?
This is pretty sweet: Life of George is a new iOS game that gives you a pattern and then has you build it out of Lego bricks. When you're done, you snap a picture and it scores your work.
It all began with the iPhone app store on July, 11 2008 and several others have sprouted up since. The mobile app revenue in 2010 was $5.2 billion and the projected 2011 revenue is $15.1 billion. Check out the infographic below to see which app store leads the pack.
Still holding out for an official Facebook app for that iPad? Mashable reports that after much delay, the Facebook app will finally be shown off at Apple's October 4 event for the iPhone 5 and iPod refresh.
Entertainment fans, rejoice! All you need is your zip code and cable provider and i.TV does the rest: browse through show listings, set your DVR, search movie showtimes in your area and send yourself reminders when you favorite show is...
Just in case you needed a government agency to confirm something completely obvious for you: no, an iPhone app that claims to cure acne will do no such thing.
Calling all biology enthusiasts! (Or just anyone who wants to see something cool, really.) This app lets you zoom and rotate 3-D renderings of molecules from DNA to the more obscure. Take a look at the video below to see this free app in action.
Live on the East Coast? Well, just because there's a storm a-comin', that doesn't mean you have to wait for it blindly. Here are some ways to keep tabs on Irene.
Of all the diabolically creative alarm clocks in existence, this new app called TalkO'Clock is close to the top of the heap. The idea is that through an anonymous P2P service, you can request wake-up calls from totally random strangers. Yeah, this will end well.