Product Manager Kim Kysar said, “We figured this was the next logical step in our ongoing fascination with the iPhone…I think it’s safe to say we’re the most ‘iPhone-centric’ porn company around.”
Director Matt Morningwood, who shot the new scene for Pink Visual, said “If anything, it was too easy to shoot with the iPhone – I’m used to HD cameras, boom mics, and all sorts of other peripherals being part of the deal. The only thing that was difficult was holding the phone steady..”
As the march of the Apple-inspired App Store trend continues, Shazam has introduced a version of its mobile music application for download inside Nokia’s new OVI Store.
The application lets users discover music on Nokia handsets and online. “Shazam has been selected as a strategic partner in the music apps category of Nokia’s new mobile storefront,” the companies said.
Leeds-based electronic trio, Heads We Dance, will be the world’s first ever act to stream the entirety of their album – pre-release – on a dedicated iPhone application, the band revealed this afternoon.
The album, ‘Love Technology’ becomes available to hear through the band’s new app today, a full two weeks ahead of its digital release. It will be made available through iTunes and other online music stores on June 1, and ships physically on June 18.
Universal Music has teamed up with digital media firm Kyte to launch five free iPhone applications for a range of Interscope acts, including Lady Gaga, The Pussycat Dolls, Soulja Boy Tell `Em, the All American Rejects and Keri Hilson.
The applications are available today through the App Store and offer a range of features, including access to sundry content and fan-based social networking.
Wolfgang’s Vault is the collector’s site for multimedia music memorabilia, offering a vast selection of some of the world’s rarest – and potentially most treasured – music and music-related “stuff”. And now it’s available in the UK, through your iPhone or your iPod touch.
We were in touch with Eric Johnson, President and CEO, Wolfgang’s Vault overnight, he describes his service as, “The only online site dedicated to telling the comprehensive story of the live music experience of the past five decades.”
RjDJ is getting big pop over at the App Store, it’s a fascinating application which sucks sounds in from the world around you using the iPhone’s microphone, and then mixes and tweaks those real sounds in lots of ways to create a unique, slightly tripped-out listening experience. Kind of like drinking lager on pain-killers (probably), but nowhere near as dangerous (probably).
Polydor’s head of digital Paul Smernicki says the label is pleased with the performance of its recently released Snow Patrol iPhone application, which promoted the band’s new album. “We’re relatively pleased with the results,” he exclusively told Music Ally, Distorted Loop can reveal.
The executive also noted that the release of the software did help generate interest in the band’s latest album, ‘A Hundred Million Suns’.