Harmony Helper Unveils First App to Give Singers a 24/7 Digital Rehearsal Room

Announced today, Harmony Helper, the app that provides singers a 24/7 digital rehearsal room anytime & anywhere, launched their of the first and only product that adds customizable sheet music scanning to simplify practicing. The app is free to download and allows singers that cannot afford a vocal coach or rehearsal space to develop the skill levels they need. Based on patented technology, the app is the first comprehensive, easy-to-use learning tool that features accurate real-time feedback, vocal part customization, pitch tracking, record/playback, and vocal part volume control.

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FoodFaves “Crave Quiz” Algorithm Update and New Foodie Features on the App

Let’s face it, we all have food cravings and with smartphones we have the opportunity to check out pictures of local restaurants dishes before even walking in the restaurant. For years most people would go to Yelp but there is a new and updated foodie app you all should check out. The FoodFaves App just launched its first major update on the app store and it is said that it’s better at pinpointing what users’ taste buds want. FoodFaves’ Crave Quiz feature enables users to swipe left or right through food pics to gauge likes and dislikes and recommend nearby food. Continue Reading →

Apple’s Announcements on Day 1 of WWDC 2017

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Today at the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, Apple had several announcements including iOS 11, WatchOS 4, HomePod, the new iPad Pro and iMac Pro, and a preview of the all-new and redesigned Apple App Store plus several more announcements.

WWDC runs till June 9th and I am sure there will be several announcements during the week. In the meantime below is a list provided by Apple’s press releases that has been announced so far by Apple on day 1 of WWDC 2017: Continue Reading →