Download Discounts: All HD Ringtones, Guitar Beats, iSequence and more…

Oct 1, 2010
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Tap into great short-term deals and expand your ringtone library while figuring out how to keep your kids sit still while taking a picture. Entertainment All HD Ringtones for iOS 4 Lite (iPhone) Price: Free (was $0.99) We’ve all seen these before – apps packed with ringtones that may or may not make your ears […]

Tap into great short-term deals and expand your ringtone library while figuring out how to keep your kids sit still while taking a picture.

Entertainment

All HD Ringtones for iOS 4 Lite (iPhone)

Price: Free (was $0.99)

We’ve all seen these before – apps packed with ringtones that may or may not make your ears bleed – but it’s hard to complain when these things become free and therefore cost nothing to check for a hidden gem or two.

All HD Ringtones works by letting you sample the tones, then sending you an e-mail file straight from the app of the ones you want to download. From there, it’s a simple step of downloading the file and adding it to iTunes to sync it to your iPhone.

Guitar Beats (iPhone)

Price: Free (was $0.99)

It’s not exactly a music app, but it’s not exactly a game – Guitar Beats floods your iPhone screen with 27 buttons, all labeled as notes. Push one of the buttons and the app plays a guitar note. And that’s all it does.

Extremely simple? Perhaps. But Guitar Beats is a currently free app that allows you to painlessly play music using your iPhone, without taking lessons or even knowing how to hold a guitar. That doesn’t sound like a bad diversion. It’s even a little bit creative, which is a welcome break from another iPhone game.

Music

iSequence (iPhone)

Price: $4.99 (was $6.99)

A mobile music production application, iSequence gives you access to more than 100 virtual instruments for the creation, recording and mixing of original music. And you can do it while you’re riding in a plane or waiting for a friend to meet you at a restaurant.

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The app supports various file types for exporting and there are additional instruments available that can be purchased from within iSequence. It seems to carry a ton of functionality for an iPhone app, but it’s only on sale for a limited time.

Photography

KidCam (iPhone)

Price: $0.99 (was $1.99)

Let’s face it – babies ruin photos. Babies are only interested in anything for around two seconds, and cameras aren’t interesting to look at either. You can’t blame them, really. They’ve got stuff to learn, after all.

But here’s a kind of ingenious solution. Kid Cam replaces your standard iPhone camera, and is mostly the same except for one key difference: it creates a menu of buttons within the camera app that you can tap to make the iPhone play a goofy sound or song – they’re all programmable. But basically, it’s a baby-tricking photo-taking device that gets the kid’s attention just in time to snap a photo.

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