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Sing hello to the iRig PRE, turns iOS devices into on-the-fly mic preamps

IK Multimedia’s never fallen short of giving you some of the better tools for all your on-the-go music-making utilizing your beloved iOS device as the main rig. Now, the peripheral connoisseur’s taking the wraps off its iRig PRE, which aims to help you digitally process those glorious vocal chords by allowing you to plug in any XLR mic into it without the need for other adapters or cables. Furthermore, the dongle features a 3.5mm jack for audio monitoring, gain control and can squeeze a runtime of up to 40 hours (dynamic microphones) or 15 hours (phantom powered condenser mics) from a standard 9V battery. The PRE amp will also come included with two of iRig‘s usual suspect apps (iRig Recorder and VocaLive) to help you get started in your quest to be the next idol. We know you can’t wait to get your singing on, but you’ll have to wait until “early Q2″ to do so, for a moderate price of $ 39.99 — perhaps the iRig Mic can get you through the days in the meantime.

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Sing hello to the iRig PRE, turns iOS devices into on-the-fly mic preamps originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 19 Jan 2012 06:45:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Google and ITA’s OnTheFly app update puts flexible flight planning in your pocket

Google went through a lot to buy ITA and its travel software, and we saw the acquisition first bear fruit in the form of Mountain View’s web-based Flight Search. Now the partnership has produced version 1.2 of the OnTheFly airfare booking app for Android, iOS and BlackBerry. What’s new? Flexible date searches that let you peruse departures 35 days at a time, plus a price graph that shows the most fiscally prudent times to travel. Additionally, globetrotters can access their itinerary search history and see price changes for those fares throughout the year. Nice job fellas, now let’s work on bringing bargain-basement fare finding for the final frontier in the next revision.

Google and ITA’s OnTheFly app update puts flexible flight planning in your pocket originally appeared on Engadget on Sun, 02 Oct 2011 19:38:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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CyberLink Announces MediaStory, an On-the-Fly Slideshow Creator App for iPhones, Android Phones and Facebook

CyberLink Announces MediaStory, an On-the-Fly Slideshow Creator App for iPhones, Android Phones and Facebook
CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW) is announcing launch of MediaStory , a unique slideshow creator application for iPhones, Android Phones and Facebook. read more

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VoxOx Translates Foreign-Language Instant Messages On-the-Fly [Downloads]

Windows/Mac: VoxOx is a snazzy chat and social networking app for keeping in touch with your friends. We’ve mentioned it before, but VoxOx is even more useful now that it has a real-time translation tool.

The latest from VoxOx makes it easier to overcome language barriers. When you use it to communicate with foreign-language-speaking friends, it automatically translates message you send and receive into the language of your choice. You can opt for multi-directional translation or, if one of you knows the other’s language, you can choose to have only sent or received messages translated.

The tool works across all the services VoxOx supports, so you can use it to chat with your friends on Facebook, Google Talk, SMS, and more. It even translates your tweets to other languages, but be advised: unless you send someone a direct message with VoxOx, your tweet will show up in the public timeline. You can even use the VoxOx universal translator to send email—replies will be automatically translated for you.

If you’ve never taken VoxOx out for a spin, it’s worth checking out. In addition to keeping you connected to all your social networking services, it also does video conferencing, file sharing, and VoIP calling with a dedicated phone number. If you’ve been looking for ways to communicate more easily with your international friends, VoxOx might be just the ticket.






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