It's been a busy, busy week on iMore, and this time the iOS headlines have been dominated by news from ostensibly competing conferences -- BlackBerry Live and Google I/O .
Browsing all posts tagged with music.
Google’s Nexus Q media streamer was short-lived, and canceled shortly after being revealed at last years Google I/O event. With no word on a replacement at this years show, we’re now seeing its successor hit the FCC
It sounds like "vogue", not "noob", Next up on our BlackBerry Live 2013 stage is Moog. they're bringing a high-quality synthesizer app to BlackBerry 10 geared towards professional and avid amateur musicians alike. The vast majority of the music jargon was well over my head, so let's let the official app feature list do the talking.
Google I/O is going on full steam right now, and Google has just finished up the keynote full of announcements. So is there anything that Google didn’t announce this morning
Live here at Google I/O we have just learned a few details regarding Play Music . We have heard a few reports and rumors over the past few weeks and months, but today it’s official.
So it’s finally started. Google I/O is rocking out full steam and we can hardly keep up. We all knew it was coming, especially considering this leaked and appeared in the Play Store, but Google Play Games is real.
Today NVIDIA has finally unveiled the full array of details on their next-gen pure Android gaming console we all know as Project SHIELD . The gaming device was revealed at CES and took many by surprise, but today NVIDIA’s released all the details we’ve been waiting for. If you’re a die-hard Android (or PC) gamer you’ll want to read on below.
Today the extremely popular 6-second video clip app Vine for iOS was updated with a few pretty awesome new features, yet sadly we are still getting ignored over here in Googleville. Vine has been available for some time, and we’ve heard “ coming soon ” regarding an Android version, but now they’re adding more features to their current app while they continue to shun Android users. With more than 50 million monthly Instagram users, it pays to support Android
Those still sporting an LG Revolution with Verizon Wireless have an update on the way. This may not be the most exciting of updates, however it does bring one item that we suspect most users will be happy to see.