Category Archives: apps

USB Audio Recorder Pro brings first USB audio recording

If you need to plug USB recording devices to an android, now you can. exTream team has written custom USB driver for USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 class-compliant devices that support with either USB audio spec 1.0 or 2.0. App cost $4. Compatibility list can be found here.

via phandroid

Related item, if you need multi-track mixer. Audio Evolution for Android is the first app that does that. Maybe the two developers can get together and combined these two apps?

Features are: Multitrack audio playback, Audio recording (while playing back other tracks), Loop playback, Import of wav, aiff, flac, Ogg/Vorbis audio files
Mastering to stereo WAV/AIFF/FLAC file, Non-linear non-destructive editing with move, trim, split, cut/copy/paste, remove, range editing

via Google Play


Pattrn, Wallpaper patterns for Android

If you like wallpapers based on patterns we recommend you to choose Pattrn App. This is a feature app recently arrived to our Android market (Google Play). If you like to change background very often you have to try Pattrn. The uniqueness of this application offers the best collection of patterns created by the user community COLOUR lovers . techmites


Square Enix releases Demon’s Score, Final Fantasy II, and FF Dimensions

Square Enix are releasing Final Fantasy II and Final Fantasy Dimensions for android. Also Demon’s Score — an Nvidia Tegra 3 exclusive, some beat game. phandroid

Final Fantasy IV for smartphone has been sighted in japan, so can’t be too long before it shows up for the rest of us.

Tho, I wonder how long until Android game reach console parity like the one below… I want it now!

Nexus 7 Can Do More

Ever so versatile Nexus 7 with latest custom UI (Floating Banner) and floating apps, plus Wacom tablet. I really think Android is ready for multi windows UI for larger screen. People want to leave windows and laptop for tablet.

Google Play Books Updated – Pinch To Zoom, New Note Editing Features

What’s in this version:

You can now listen to most flowing text books using the “Read aloud” feature.
You can now pinch-zoom or double-tap-zoom in all books.
All text editing features are available for notes.
Personalized recommendations are shown at the end of your library and at the end of the books.
Numerous bug fixes and performance enhancements are included.


Games with Ambient Soundtrack

Few games are currently designed from ground up for touch screen. Almost all are adaptation from console or desktop PC where action are controlled via joystick or keyboard, not very touch screen friendly. But interesting touchscreen games start to emerge. Popular are finger action puzzle, such as Angry Bird/Bejeweled, and the other are tower defense and point defense RTS. Simple RTS is worth checking. From games point of view, they aren’t as deep as desktop games yet, but soundtracks are great. Much more enjoyable than desktop or console because tablet has much better sound system and closer to ear.

Few noteable are: Osmos HD, Eufloria HD, Petri (more here)

I want this feature in Android

It is time for Android to up feature ante. Video processing is fun.

This HDR time-lapse video of Tokyo is perfect for reflecting on city life with a beer in hand. It’s easy to become self-absorbed in this fast-paced society and to forget that things will always continue to keep going, with or without us. Japan Pulse.