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Turn your Apple® iOS device into musical instrument

Turn your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch into a virtual wind instrument.

Smule has launched Ocarina 2, an enhanced version of the well-liked Ocarina app for iOS devices. Like its sequel, Ocarina 2 allows you to blow into your phone and play the notes, turning your phone into musical instrument.
While the initially released Ocarina app encouraged free play, enabling users create their own songs or recreate already known tunes, the novel Ocarina 2 takes people through the actual method of learning a song. The latest version comes equipped with a list of handy features like a dynamic harmony, option to select songs to be played, and a new Whistle Mode.
Whether you want to play or learn your favorite song, Ocarina 2 will let you control the notes, tempo and speed, enabling you to outshine in your performance.
The best part about this updated version of Ocarina is that it encompasses classical, pop, traditional songs and video game themes, including Mario Brothers Theme,  Apologize – One Republic, Baby – Justin Bieber, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, etc.
What else? Using Ocarina 2 you will also be able to listen to other Ocarina players, globally. Or also, simply comment on your favorite performances or share with your friends through Facebook or e-mail.

Highlight on Apple® iOS6

The latest announcement at WWDC 2012 about the new iOS6 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has created a lot of buzz all around.

This new mobile operating system by Apple incorporates various attention-grabbing enhancements to make your experience with iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad even better.

From new Passbook app and updated Siri to Facebook integration and VIP mailbox, iOS6 has everything to let you get the best of your Apple device.

Some of its major enhancements are:

Maps: The incredibly detailed graphics and text in Maps will give you the pleasure of seeing the world in a completely different way. It will let you get verbal and visual turn-by-turn navigation, exact names of places and streets where they belong, and view the sights from air.

Shared Photo Streams: If you want to share photos with a limited number of people, Share Photo Stream will let you do so. Just pick photos from Photos app, select the Share button and choose the person with whom you want to share your photos.

FaceTime: It is an interesting feature that will enable you to receive as well as make video calls directly on your iPad with your phone number.

The other intriguing features of iOS6 clearly show Apple’s sincere efforts to guarantee its dominance in the market.

Discover apps with Facebook® App Center

Facebook, the social network giant, recently launched its own App Center to help you discover a myriad of apps, both for web as well as mobile platforms.

What is there in Facebook App Center?

Facebook App Center is a fun and easy way to choose from as many as 600 apps including prime hits like Draw Something, Pinterest, Ghost Recon, Angry Birds, FarmVille, etc. On the main Facebook App Center page, you will be able to browse the apps suggested by the public along with the apps that your friends use. In addition to this, you can find apps based on your Facebook activities. This is especially helpful when you want to connect to friends while using a social photo service, like Instagram or playing a game, like Words With Friends. You can also find a list of highly used, top rated apps, and trending apps. Moreover, before installing a specific app, you can also check out its details and reviews in Facebook App Center.

Facebook smartphone may come by 2013

Facebook is being reported to launch its own smartphone by next year. The newly public social networking giant looks to boost its revenue in the mobile Internet market by releasing a smart phone of its own.

How Facebook is going to launch smart phone

Facebook has hired more than half a dozen software and hardware engineers who have the experience of working on Apple’s bestselling iPhone, and one engineer who has iPad experience, reported New York Times, citing employees and other unnamed sources. The company has also expanded a group working on a partnership with Taiwan’s HTC to create a smartphone code-named “Buffy” – a project first unveiled last year by technology blog All Things Digital.

What Facebook has to say on launch smartphone

The social networking giant refused to comment on this. Facebook neither confirmed nor denied the report. “Our mobile strategy is simple: We think every mobile device is better if it is deeply social,” it said in a statement e-mailed to AFP.

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News source: New York Times

Facebook® proposes further changes to privacy policy

Facebook has announced that it intends to make further some changes to its privacy policy in order to respond to an audit by the Irish government. This move has been seen as an inadequate attempt to subdue privacy concerns prior to Facebook’s planned initial public offering by privacy advocates.

Will there be any major changes?

The proposed changes, which the company put out for public comment this weekend, do not indicate any major shifts in its policy. A major part of the document clarifies how Facebook is using the data of its users. The company has also updated the policy to reflect newer features, such as cover photos.

The proposed changes are not final. A document highlighting the proposed changes can be viewed on the official website in PDF form, along with an explanation of the changes. Facebook is asking for user feedback and will host a web question-and-answer session about the changes on May 14 at 9 a.m. Pacific time.

According to privacy analysts, once Facebook goes public, it will be under pressure to generate more revenue and will probably resort to selling personal information for targeted advertising to accomplish that goal.

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