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Posted: 5 Nov 2012 09:04
iOS 4 Adds Direct Song Access To Apps
When iOS 3 first rolled around, it gave apps particularly limited access to music. They could load them up, but not truly tweak them, play with them, or analyze them. With iOS 4, that is all about to transform. As Engadget points out, the very first app to make use with the new API can be a DJing app named Flare Scratch, which allows you to scratch more than tracks from your iPhone library.
Even though that may not sound really outstanding, there's loads of potential for this new API. Yes, DJing and audio programs will advantage, but so will other platforms. SquareEnix's Song Summoner for the iPhone dynamically produced units inside the game based on your music, but did so depending on song length and title, and some kind of randomization (I believe). Now, it could in fact analyze the song itself, and use the facts in the game. Or perhaps we'll lastly see AudioSurf on the iPhone.
I assume there is a great deal of possible right here.
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