February 13, 2012 in Social Networking (E)
[prMac.com] San Francisco, California - tappr.tv v5 now welcomes Spotify Premium subscribers to watch all of the visual dances published within our community for free. After launching the app, go into the Theater and select one of the following tabs: Top Rated, Most Watched, or Newest.
tappr.tv is an innovative iOS app for community created music visuals. Unlike traditional algorithmic music visualizers, tappr.tv lets users tap, swipe, tilt, and buzz to dynamically create kinetic, multi-layered visual "dances" to their favorite songs, and publish those dances for other fans to watch and enjoy.
The heart of tappr.tv is the "wand", which responds to the user's physical and audible input with bursts of particles and light. There are hundreds of wands available, each personally curated by deeje for their unique and beautiful kinetic qualities. Wands can be enabled with Symmetry modes and controlled by Touch or Audio input to create truly gorgeous visual effects.
In the Studio section of the app, users can record their wand motions into multiple tracks to create a visual "dance" to a favorite song. When done, users can publish their dances to the tappr.tv community. In the Theater section, fans of that music will be notified so they can download, watch, rate, and share those visuals.
tappr.tv is a free universal app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Premium Studio features and themed Wand packs are available for in-app purchase. Video Out is also available, via compatible cables or AirPlay on supported devices.
Located in San Francisco, California, aspiring iArtist deeje has been developing consumer software for over 20 years, and is excited about the prospects of mobile apps as entertainment experiences. Before tappr.tv, deeje has worked on various iOS projects including Biophilia, StarMaker, iSparkler, TagDis, and Clinks. Copyright (C) 2012 deeje LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks belong to their respective owners.