Tag: Beat - Latest Releases


Create Your Own Beats With Triqtraq - Now Also on iPad Create Your Own Beats With Triqtraq - Now Also on iPad

Sep 25, 2014 - Zaplin Music announces the release of triqtraq for iPad. The app is a mobile music sequencer for musicians or DJ's who want to make music on the go, or improvise live. Triqtraq comes with more than 400 sounds and users are able to record their own sounds with the microphone, or import their own samples. The updated version has a new iPad interface. New customers can buy triqtraq for a discounted price until the end of September.


An App that Calms Screaming Toddlers Named Best New App in 108 Countries An App that Calms Screaming Toddlers Named Best New App in 108 Countries

Jun 17, 2014 - Funky Bots has announced that BoomKLAKers was chosen by iTunes as Best New App in 108 countries. Created by choreographer Rosa Mei, BoomKLAKers is a revolutionary type of kids app which shows how to feel the beat by associating musical beats with movement. The app doesn't just teach little kids to groove to the beat of the music. It also calms them. Inspired by streetdance, kung fu and cirque acrobats, this app features monsters that dance and do wall flips to hiphop music.


An App that Calms Screaming Toddlers Named Best New App in 108 Countries An App that Calms Screaming Toddlers Named Best New App in 108 Countries

Jun 09, 2014 - Funky Bots today announced that BoomKLAKers was chosen by iTunes as Best New App in 108 countries. Created by choreographer Rosa Mei, BoomKLAKers is a revolutionary type of kids app which shows how to feel the beat by associating musical beats with movement. The app doesn't just teach little kids to groove to the beat of the music. It also calms them. Inspired by streetdance, kung fu and cirque acrobats, this app features monsters that dance and do wall flips to hiphop music.


BoomKLAKers - A Funky New Kids App Shows How To Feel the Beat and Dance BoomKLAKers - A Funky New Kids App Shows How To Feel the Beat and Dance

May 24, 2014 - Funky Bots has released BoomKLAKers 1.1 for iOS, a revolutionary type of kids app which shows how to feel the beat by associating musical beats with movement. Chosen as on of the top new kids apps by reviewers in the U.S, Germany, Spain and France, BoomKLAKers offers a simple, yet completely unique approach to showing kids how to see and feel dance. Inspired by streetdance, kung fu and cirque acrobats, this app features monsters that dance and do wall flips to hiphop music.


BoomKLAKers - A Funky New Kids App Shows How To Feel the Beat and Dance BoomKLAKers - A Funky New Kids App Shows How To Feel the Beat and Dance

May 16, 2014 - Funky Bots today proudly releases BoomKLAKers 1.1 for iOS, a revolutionary type of kids app which shows how to feel the beat by associating musical beats with movement. Chosen as on of the top new kids apps by reviewers in the U.S, Germany, Spain and France, BoomKLAKers offers a simple, yet completely unique approach to showing kids how to see and feel dance. Inspired by streetdance, kung fu and cirque acrobats, this app features monsters that dance and do wall flips to hiphop music.


BoomKLAKers - Feel the Beat with Animated Monsters - Now available BoomKLAKers - Feel the Beat with Animated Monsters - Now available

May 03, 2014 - Funky Bots has introduced BoomKLAKers 1.0, its first educational app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Perfect for toddlers, BoomKLAKers features animated monsters that help show kids how to "feel the beat" by associating musical beats with movement. This is one of the basic principles for understanding music and dance. Inspired by poppers, lockers, martial artists and cirque acrobats, the app features 13 unique tracks created by French beatboxer/musician Teddy Guilbaud.


BoomKLAKers - Feel the Beat with Animated Monsters - Now available BoomKLAKers - Feel the Beat with Animated Monsters - Now available

Apr 25, 2014 - Funky Bots today introduces BoomKLAKers 1.0, its first educational app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Perfect for toddlers, BoomKLAKers features animated monsters that help show kids how to "feel the beat" by associating musical beats with movement. This is one of the basic principles for understanding music and dance. Inspired by poppers, lockers, martial artists and cirque acrobats, the app features 13 unique tracks created by French beatboxer/musician Teddy Guilbaud.


Developer Burim Muqa unveils Melody Panels App for iOS Developer Burim Muqa unveils Melody Panels App for iOS

Feb 27, 2014 - Developer Burim Muqa has unveiled his latest iOS music-based game, available on iOS. Melody Panels has been designed for iPhone and iPad and is based around rhythm on a colored grid. Listen and watch as patterns are shown and sounds are heard from the colorful grid - the user must then tap that squares corresponding to that pattern. Melody Panels features 30 different patterns, played upon a 6x4 grid. Users can also play Free Mode, in-which Melody Panels acts similar to a music toy.


Developer Burim Muqa unveils Melody Panels App for iOS Developer Burim Muqa unveils Melody Panels App for iOS

Feb 19, 2014 - Developer Burim Muqa has unveiled his latest iOS music-based game, available now on iOS. Melody Panels has been designed for iPhone and iPad and is based around rhythm on a colored grid. Listen and watch as patterns are shown and sounds are heard from the colorful grid - the user must then tap that squares corresponding to that pattern. Melody Panels features 30 different patterns, played upon a 6x4 grid. Users can also play Free Mode, in-which Melody Panels acts similar to a music toy.








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