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Magic Piano from Smule is a breath of fresh air

From the minds of the popular Songify app comes one of the most unexpectedly beautiful musical experience to appear on the mobile platform. While you won’t be serenading women with candles and moving sonatas, Magic Piano comes very close. Taking the same basic formula that made Guitar Hero and Roc ... Full Article »

July 7, 2012 1:00pm

Tickle the ivories with Smule’s Magic Piano on Android

Another iOS favorite from Smule, Magic Piano, just found its way onto Android devices. Previously in beta (and from the makers of the uber-popular Songify), the app lets users play their favorite songs from a huge catalog of music, with new titles added every day. Here’s YouTube sensation Jimmy W ... Full Article »

June 13, 2012 11:53am

Songify lands on Android and it’s just as fun as you expected

Songify finally made its way to Android devices today. The app, originally developed by Khush, a developer acquired by Smule last year, is already a huge success on iOS. Songify converts words users speak into their phones into songs using the app’s ‘auto-tune’ capabilities. Love or hate that ... Full Article »

May 15, 2012 11:31am

Lights! Camera! Action! with Ultimate Special Fx

Now I know what the director of a Hollywood summer blockbuster feels like. Well, maybe only just a little. Still, it’s a thrill to add some cool special effects to your own home video with the surprising Ultimate Special Fx app. Currently, the app is limited to only three special effects – The ... Full Article »

April 26, 2012 5:30pm

Get your motor running with the XLR8 Android app

There’s a reason novelty apps remain popular. As the adjective suggests, the best of the genre feel refreshing and fun and often cause a laugh-out-loud moment. XLR8 fits this bill and will likely turn what could be a dull car ride into comic relief. The teaser video implies the idea came from the ... Full Article »

April 25, 2012 4:30pm

Moron Test 2 is like the exam that looks to fail you

Having experienced the original, I knew full well the true nature of this game. I approached The Moron Test 2 confident enough, yet still cautious. A minute into the game however, I found myself already failing the initial challenge. In bold red letters the word “FAIL!” fills the entire screen w ... Full Article »

April 24, 2012 6:30pm

Android App Tablet Review: Talking Tom Cat

Talking Tom Cat is like a cartoon that you can actually play with on your Android tablet. Tom repeats everything you say, in his own voice, and does a fantastic job replicating what you say. Because he can interpret pauses as the end of your statement it's best to keep your phrases brief. Tom look ... Full Article »

October 8, 2011 5:00pm

MTV News aims at a young audience with its Android app

To stay up with the latest in the lives of Lady Gaga and the Twilight cast, download MTV News to your Android phone. As you might expect, based on the news content and writing style, this app is geared to a younger audience. MTV News does cover a lot of ground — everything in celebrity and popula ... Full Article »

October 4, 2011 2:30pm

Android App Tablet Review: Drawing Pad

Drawing Pad for Android Tablets is like having an entire kid's art studio in one app. It includes crayons, colored pencils, markers, paint brushes and so much more. When drawing, if you make a mistake at any point there's an option to undo a move. You can pick different eraser sizes or start again ... Full Article »

October 3, 2011 5:00pm

GetGlue offers an entertainment-based social media Android app

Social media networks have become a big part of our lives. Facebook is here to stay, Twitter continues to grow, and Google+ just opened up to everyone. Do we need more? If you think we do, then check out GetGlue. Many people prefer an entertainment-based social media site, and for them, GetGlue is t ... Full Article »

September 25, 2011 6:30pm


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