audio

Openmix turns you into a smartphone DJ

With the ability to carry hundreds or even thousands of songs or use streaming music apps on smartphones, many people use their smartphone as the source for music at parties or get togethers. If you like the idea of mixing your own music from two sources Openmix will allow you to do that. The sources can be two smartphones, a smartphone and an MP3 player, or any other devices that use standard 3.5mm headphone jacks.

Beats by Dre Powerbeats2 is its first wireless earphones

Beats by Dre, one of the most popular and fashionable audio accessories in the market, has finally come up with their first ever wireless earphones, the Powerbeats2 Wireless. Athletes, fashionable people, and us ordinary folks who are not fond of both headphones and wired audio accessories will welcome this newest product from Beats.

Dolby Atmos surround sound coming to mobile devices soon

Proving that they're still kings of sound, Dolby has promised to bring its brand new Atmos sound technology to smartphones and tablets as early as the end of this year. Soon mobile device users will be able enjoy the same surround sound feeling without having to leave the comfort of wherever they currently are.

THX Tune-Up app arrives for Android

THX Ltd. has released their tune-up app for Android users. The app arrived in the Play Store this morning and is listed as THX Tune-Up. The tune-up app is touted as being easy to use and interactive. Perhaps key here, THX Tune-Up will allow users to adjust their television, projector and speakers for the best setup and best performance.

Shazam gets updated to version 4.0 with a brand new look

The extremely popular music tagging and recognition service Shazam just received a massive update on the Google Play Store. Their Android app has always been a bit lacking, especially considering SoundHound has a pretty stellar app themselves. Well, Shazam just got a lot better today although there doesn't appear to be any new features.
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