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iOS Music has come a long way, but these are still pretty awesome

You can probably guess that I love mobile music making, but sometimes I like to remember just how far we've come since the awesome Bhajis Loops and Microbe and how both of these still stand up pretty well against the iOS competition.

I still use Bhajis from time to time. Sure, the interface isn't as amazing as lots of iOS apps, and it doesn't have multi-touch or accelerometer features, but it's still good and still useable.

If you don't know these applications, they're for the now long abandoned Palm operating system, but if you're interested you should get yourself a Pam Tungsten T3 from eBay or a Palm Tungsten TX for that matter and try these applications out. They're certainly worth the cost of a second hand device.

In fact, even if you don't plan to get the hardware anytime soon I'd advise you to get the software just in case it vanishes at some point.

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Anonymous said...

is Palm OS what inspired your blogs name?

ashley said...

In many ways yes, but also having the music making tool in the palm of your hand.

When I started writing though Palm OS was the only game in town really.