Here is your weekly dose of free iOS apps to download. Have fun!
(Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they may go back to their regular price anytime so download the apps for free while you can.)
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StreamByter is a plugin for creating custom MIDI effects with or without a GUI. It can be used as an Apple Audio Unit (AU) effect or as a standalone app connected via CoreMIDI virtual ports. StreamByter is ported from our acclaimed MidiFire MIDI processing environment.
An iOS device (minimum iOS 11) and a suitable AU host app such as AUM, apeMatrix, Cubasis or Sequencism is required to use the AU variant. To use with CoreMIDI, a routing app like MidiFire is recommended and an iOS device with at least iOS 8 is required.
The best reading experience – Children’s classic story “Cat and Mouse in Partnership” now available on your iPad.
This is totally new reading experience: illustrated audio books with interactive animation on each page.
Classic story in new multimedia form: About the cat cheating the mouse, the cat eat all of the stored lard. incredible digitally-redesigned pages with every detail inside.
Bring your iPad, iPhone, or Apple TV into full bloom with 18 beautiful timelapse flowers from the master of timelapse Louie Schwartzberg. Interact with the flowers and bring them to life using touch. Relax with soothing ambient sounds of nature. Use the app to check the weather while experiencing the floral beauty. Connect the app to an Apple TV with AirPlay to bring the flowers to any large display.
Louie Schwartzberg is the only filmmaker in the world who has been shooting time-lapse 24/7 continuously for over three decades. He is a visual artist breaking barriers, connecting with audiences, and revealing the mysteries and wisdom of nature.
Through his company Moving Art and in collaboration with Magic Window, Magic Flowers uses time-lapse to reveal an intimate and unprecedented high-definition glimpse into the hidden world of flowers, from exotic varieties to a classic rose. Each flower slowly blooms over time, showcasing magical changes in light, texture and color. The goal is to create slow and subtle movement that does not distract from work.
Experience 18 beautiful flowers hand selected by Moving Art and Magic Window for the app. The app also includes 15 selectable ambient soundtracks ranging from waves to rain to ambient music. Includes complete world-wide weather. Works in portrait and landscape orientations.
Includes full support for external displays. Includes AirPlay support for most devices. Other devices can use the HDMI or VGA accessory cables to connect an external display. Supports resolutions up to 1920×1200 on the external display cable.
This is the “iPhone only” version of Notebooks. If you want to run it on your iPad, too, you might want to pick the universal version of Notebooks, which is available here on the App Store, too.
Notebooks provides you with convenient ways to quickly write down notes or carefully create beautiful documents, store and organize files, and manage tasks and projects. It converts documents to PDF or produces eBooks with just a few taps, and even offers an optional, full featured PDF Reader. If you are into Markdown, Notebooks is as well.
So if you want to manage all your documents, writings, notes, tasks and files in one app, Notebooks is exactly what you are looking for.
What you might be able do in a handful of unrelated apps, or what you can try to achieve in a collection of paper based notebooks, you can easily do in Notebooks, which fuses the power of multiple apps.
Love the nostalgic look of those old silent movies? It’s never been easier to create your own…instantly on your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad with Silent Film Studio. Right down to static, celluloid dirt and scratches and that old-time film look.
Everything you need is right at your fingertips – no computer needed. It’s simple to use, deceptively powerful, and loads of fun to play with. Create fantastically cool movies your friends will enjoy or share it with the world on Youtube, Facebook or anywhere else.
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