There are some apps that are simply the best-in-class for their category. Letterpress is the best word game available on the app store. Vine is still the best social video app, despite Instagram’s entry in the category. Reeder is the best RSS client for iPhone, and Limelight is the best social movie app available on the platform. That being said, there are some categories that are so filled with strong contenders it’s hard to find a best-in-class app for them.
I’ve been playing guitar for over a decade now, and if there’s one thing I can tell you with absolute certainty, it’s that there are more apps for guitar players in the App Store than we could ever cover at AppStorm. That being said, I’m certain I’ve got the best-in-class app for most guitarists’ needs with GuitarToolkit. Read on to find out what makes GuitarToolkit a must-have app for any aspiring string musician. (more…)
Little-known fact about me: Back in my high school days, I used to be the frontman for a hard rock band. The band fell apart, as most high school rock bands do, shortly after we all started going to university and college. I didn’t play guitar for a while, but I’ve been flirting with the idea of starting up a solo indie project with just me and my acoustic. The real problem, apart from no possibility of success and the utter likelihood of failure, is that I often have trouble cracking down the whip and writing music.
Jamn aims to fix that problem. I’ve tried a lot of apps meant to help floundering musicians, but none of them work on either a visual or musical level. Most of them are ripoffs sold based on empty promises. Initially, I was worried Jamn would be the same way. I was wrong. Read on to see what makes this app so compelling for musicians. (more…)
Have you ever seen those YouTube videos of bands playing songs using only iOS devices and wondered what those apps were? Well look no further because today we have over 100 apps to provide you with everything you need for your digital band. We’ve got everything from guitar, piano and drums to music education.
Don’t have any musical talent whatsoever? No worries! We’ve also included a few awesome Rock Band style music games that put you on stage and rocking out to popular hits. There’s definitely something here for everyone, no matter where you are on the musical talent spectrum.
Have you ever seen great guitarists like Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton bust out an amazing solo or blues riff and wonder what their secret is? What amazing tricks are their fingers performing and why can’t you do that?
With today’s app, you’ll learn quick techniques that will blow your friends and fans away. We’ll be checking out Lick of the Day a new app from Guitar World that blew me away the minute I opened it for the first time. Whether you’re a seasoned six string pro or have simply always thought about learning to play the guitar, read on to see if this app can help.
Musicians and Apple products go together like viruses and Windows: where there’s one, you’ll find the other. It’s no surprise then that there are a ton of really high quality iOS apps for music lovers.
Today we’ll be looking at a couple of apps that will help you tune your guitar in addition to a whole lot of other cool stuff. If you own a guitar and an iPhone, you won’t want to miss this one!
Music is an art which exists in different forms around the globe. It varies depending upon culture and society, but always has a distinct style and feeling. Today, it has become a huge industry and evolved with the development of technology.
If you intend to learn any kind of music instrument, you don’t necessarily need to pay a tutor or buy that instrument at the outset; technology in the form of iPhone applications is there to instruct, guide, and assist you. Today we’ll be looking at a selection of different software for music enthusiasts – whatever instrument you specialise in!