One iPad app and two universal apps
We find three great apps on sale today and let us share them with you. If you rush, you could get them at a discounted price. So, hurry……
AmpliTube for iPad: AmpliTube can turn an iPad into an ultimate mobile guitar. Users can play along with songs by importing them directly from their iPod library in their device or from a computer. This app generally costs US $19.99, but it is available for US $14.99 now. The iPhone version of this app is also available with a similar kind of offer.
Wikibot: It can transform Wikipedia reading experience a joy. Wikibot has beautiful user interface, customizable display options and other attractive features like tabbed browsing, language switching, a read-later queue and offline caching. This app is one of the top iPhone reference apps. It is available for US $0.99 now, while the regular price is US $2.99. It is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
NanoStudio: This app is one of the top music making apps available in the App Store today. It is a mini recording studio for the iPhone with a variety of features like virtual analogue synths, sample trigger pads and a comprehensive sequencer. Get this excellent app for US $10.99, which is 25% cheaper than its actual price US $14.99. It has also received ‘Best App Ever’ award for iPhone Music.
Two out of these three apps are music apps. If you love music rush to the App Store to get them at a cheaper price.
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