Here is a free iOS app TimeFreeze which facilitates users to slow down recorded movies on iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad and also gives option to add background music and sound effects to generated videos.
TimeFreeze works for iDevices over iOS 5.0 or later.
Download TimeFreeze for iOS
Check out the example video created by TimeFreeze iOS app.
With the collaboration of a design firm Definition6, Facebook launched TimelineMovieMaker web application which can create a movie of all stuff under TimeLine for a Facebook user by adding special effects and music.
Facebook TimeLine feature was introduced by the end of last year, which is a visual representation of entire life events of a user shared over Facebook.
To create your Facebook TimeLine movie, visit timelinemoviemaker page, click on “Make Your Movie” button and give access to your Facebook account and let it complete rest of the process which may take few minutes.
So, give a [...]
We live in a world where smartphones exist that can store all our favorite tracks, as well as connect to the internet and stream millions more.
Gone are the clunky CD Walkmans and MP3 players that hold just 10 tracks. With tools such as Spotify and Last.fm there’s now a world of music at your fingertips, but which are the best handsets to listen on?
Thankfully we are on hand to answer that question for you – check out our rundown of the best mobile phones for listening to your music on.
Samsung Galaxy S2
Processor: 1.2GHz Dual Core
Memory: 16GB internal, microSD card [...]
Editor’s note: Contributor Brad Spirrison is the managing editor of mobile app discovery services Appolicious, AndroidApps.com and AppVee. With this post, he continues an annual tradition of picking the best iOS apps of the year.
It’s telling that Apple chose an app that debuted more than 14 months ago, Instagram, as its “iPhone App of the Year” for 2011. This should not imply that there was a shortage of quality and groundbreaking apps released this year. Far from it.
From social magazines to music discovery apps to console-quality games that players can hold in the palms of their hands, [...]
iTunes 10.5.1 shredded its beta tag and after testing by developers now available to public with iTunes Match support. iTunes 10.5.1 could be grabbed via software update or through direct download links after the break.
At the moment, iTunes Match cloud music storage service is also available in US for Mac users, and to avail it you have to pay $24.99 per year.
iTunes Match Description
“With iTunes Match, even songs you’ve imported from CDs can be stored in iCloud. And you can play them on any iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC — whenever you want and wherever you are, without syncing. [...]
The first extra thing you buy when you get an iPhone is likely to be a speaker dock, and with good reason: having one gives you somewhere safe to set your iPhone down, that keeps its charge topped up and ready to go, and that gives your music some richness and power compared to the reedy little built-in speaker.
And it’s exactly the same with an iPad, except up until now there haven’t really been enough speaker docks built for Apple’s tablet for us to be able to out them together in an iPad speaker dock group test.
Happily, though, we’ve brought five together here, and spent [...]
Alongside iTunes 10.5 final release Apple begun seeding iTunes 10.5.1 beta to developers with iTunes Match beta. iTunes 10.5.1 beta includes enhancements, and fixes, and it is a recommended update for all of the iTunes Match beta subscribers.
The scan & match feature is not yet complete.
Some songs may not match (even if they is available in the iTunes Store) and will be uploaded to iCloud.
Other songs may match to a different version of the same song on the iTunes Store.
You can only add music to iCloud from one computer at a time.
If you are a registered Apple developer [...]
Like Zune’s own Business Development Manager once said, all consumer electronics products have a lifespan, and today the (not so long) lineage of dedicated Zune hardware expires not with a roar, but with a promise to honor its warranties. Tucked away in the inner chambers of the Zune support site lies a page spelling out Microsoft’s final words on the device, “Windows Phone will be the focus of our mobile music and video strategy,” it says, “we will no longer be producing Zune players.” The Zune HD is survived by the Zune music service, which will continue [...]
The headline’s about all we know at the moment, but CNBC is now confidently reporting that Facebook is set to launch a music service of some sort on September 22nd, which conveniently lines up with the company’s F8 developer conference. Could that service also include a dash of Spotify? Maybe some Vibes? We’ll be there to find out.
Apple has just seeded iTunes 10.5 Beta 6.1 to developers in the United States. The key feature to look out for in this particular update is the implementation of iTunes Match, allowing users to upload tracks to Apple’s still-in-beta iCloud service.
The handy service, which promises to enhance the way you collate and listen to music, will eventually allow you to store your entire music collection in iCloud for a mere $25 a year – which sounds relatively reasonable. Moreover, it will only upload music from your collection which isn’t already contained in iCloud – saving a lot of time and [...]