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Dub Siren iPhone app lets you mess with radio streams

This sounds cool: Dub Siren is an iPhone app that lets you stream various reggae, dub and dubstep internet radio stations, while also whacking sound effects over the top and creating your own DJ mixes.
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Spotify unsure if Apple will approve its iPhone app

There's huge buzz around Spotify's plans to launch Android and iPhone apps, but the company is unsure whether the latter will even be allowed onto the App Store.
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Public Radio Player gets big iPhone update

ReadWriteWeb has an interesting article about the Public Radio Player, an iPhone application which collects live streaming and recorded shows from public radio stations across the US, and lets users search and listen to them.
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Palm opens up Pre development platform

Palm has announced that 1.8 million apps have been downloaded by users of its new Pre smartphone.
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Watch out for major rucks in the months ahead, as mobile operators launch their own app stores and get shirty about the competition from those of the handset makers.
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TuneWiki app goes official for iPhone

Mobile streaming music app TuneWiki is pretty innovative, bundling in lyrics and YouTube videos with its core music.
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DoubleTwist racks up hundreds of thousands of downloads, targets Japan

We've written about DoubleTwist before - it's a piece of software that lets people transfer their digital media and music, including protected iTunes Store files, with any device they like.
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Echo Nest gets Cocoa Framework (which is good for iPhone)

Someone has developed a Cocoa Framework for music firm The Echo Nest's set of APIs, and released it as an open-source project.
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It costs $1,875 a day to get your iPhone app into the Top 100

iPhone advertising network Adwhirl claims that it costs $1,875 a day in advertising to get a paid iPhone app into the Top 100 chart on Apple's App Store.
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Windows Mobile app store will have 600 apps at launch

Microsoft says that when its Windows Marketplace for Mobile app store launches this Autumn, it will have around 600 certified apps available.
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Interview: INgrooves on taking Spinal Tap to iPhone and YouTube

Earlier this month, INgrooves announced it was handling global digital distribution and marketing for the new Spinal Tap album, Back From The Dead.The campaign includes an iPhone application, and a YouTube contest for fans...
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Are there too many mobile app stores?

With every handset maker, mobile operator and D2C firm launching their own app store, is there a danger of overload? Yes, said a panel at yesterday's MEM conference in London.