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Q gets iPad edition, eyes advertisers

Bauer Media has created an iPad edition for music monthly Q, promising “a complete edition of Q in tablet form and more”.
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iPad sheet-music startup Tonara raises $4m

Tonara plans to "invest in ongoing technology innovation, secure additional partnerships with sheet music publishers, and pursue strategic marketing initiatives" with the funds, and has already signed up US music publisher...
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iPad sheet-music startup Tonara raises $4m

Tonara plans to "invest in ongoing technology innovation, secure additional partnerships with sheet music publishers, and pursue strategic marketing initiatives" with the funds, and has already signed up US music publisher...
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Muse 360 iPhone and iPad app offers 360-degree concert footage

Muse are well known for their spectacular live shows, but now the band is adding some app innovation into the mix. Their label Warner Music has launched Muse 360, an iPhone and iPad app that promises fans the ability to “immerse...
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Scott Snibbe talks Passion Pit, labels and the future for music apps

When Bjork released Biophilia as an iOS app in July 2011, it was hailed as a disruptive and innovative new format for albums, which would spawn other projects. Then things went a bit quiet. As Bjork’s Biophilia collaborator...
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Blur get a career-spanning app for iPhone and iPad

With reformed Britpop band Blur gearing up for more gigs this summer, their label EMI has launched a very impressive iOS app covering Blur’s 21-year career. The Blur App is a free download for iPhone and iPad, based...
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Samsung’s Galaxy Tab tablets ‘not as cool’ as iPad rules judge

According to judge Colin Birss, the Galaxy Tabs "do not have the same understated and extreme simplicity which is possessed by the Apple design... They are not as cool." Ouch.
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1.15m downloads in 10 days for Songza iPad app

Themed playlists app Songza has become a big hit on iPad in the 10 days since its app was released for Apple's tablet.
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Eventster brings crowd-sourcing to event recommendation

Eventster is a new app for iPhone and iPad that offers crowd-sourced local event recommendation. It works by pulling in events, such as concerts and festivals, across North America and Europe via the Zvents API
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Video a hit among tablet owners

New research from comScore reveals that 23.6% of smartphone owners in the US also have an iPad, Kindle Fire or other large tablet device, up from 9.7% one year ago.
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djay app developer launches vjay for iPad

Developer Algoriddim made waves with its djay app on iPad (and later iPhone) - it was one of the first and best apps for people to DJ using their iOS device.
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‘Double exhaust’ iPad sells for $10k

A prototype iPad with two dock connectors (one on the side and one on the bottom) has sold on eBay for $10,200.