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Today's Best Apps: Drums Complete With Beats And ZeroShake

Today's Best Apps: Drums Complete With Beats And ZeroShake

April 29, 2013
The App Store takes delivery of hundreds of new apps per day. The overwhelming scene makes it possible to easily overlook an exciting game, valuable productivity suite, etc. However, we have a solution. Today’s Best Apps tackles this problem by providing you with a handpicked and tested list of apps that are truly worth your consideration each and everyday. Remember: Even though in-app purchases typically require your iTunes Store password for processing, you can further prevent them and other unauthorized actions by enabling local restrictions using the passcode locked iOS parental controls.


ZeroShake by Sarapan Co., Ltd (Free, 8.9 MB): This video recording app brings a lot of great features from the classic handheld camcorder to your iPhone. As the app name clearly implies, one of the functions is image stabilization. Just like with the handhelds, shake or jitter reduction isn't perfect and has a small quality drawback, however, it is still useful for those who are active videographers. In addition, even if that feature doesn't grab your interest, ZeroShake includes other valuable tools, such as up to 6x completely manual or assisted smooth digital zoom, three video quality and three focus settings, manual color correction, six lead in and fade out effects, 11 filters, date stamp and other captioning, as well as export to camera roll and sharing via Facebook. The app is initially in trial mode and full functionality will cost upwards of $8.97 to unblock a 30-second time limit restriction, video import ability, and remove the ZeroShake watermark.


Drums Complete with 900+ Beats by Better Day Wireless, Inc. ($9.99, 15.9 MB): Enjoy playing and even learning the drums using this fun and feature-rich simulation and teaching app. The kit is a 12-piece setup, including cowbell, with pressure sensitivity and a simple roll option. In addition to a free play mode, you can also try learning songs to grasp the fundamentals in a rhythm game type of play. Learning mode includes a music staff, note-by-note progression, and your choice of complexity. Once you become skilled and confident enough, go from learning go creating and record your own percussion tunes. This complete version contains more than 900 beat-based songs spanning several genres, but an eight track version is available for free.

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