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More audio-related iPhone apps

Rich Pell
8/24/2011 03:33 PM EDT

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re: More audio-related iPhone apps
sharps_eng   9/9/2011 10:20:16 PM
Let us not overlook Android - but as an iPhone developer I would say that the app world is the new gadget environment. Anyone who previously wanted to build hardware stuff might find Apps worth a look, they have certainly made it simple to make a start. What's more, the amount of different resources available in the iPhone make it nigh impossible to run out of combinations of ideas and data interactions. Also, you can always build some hardware to add to the things if you want!

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