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Fold Adds A World With 20 New Levels In The Latest Update, Makes First World Free

Posted by Andrew Stevens on September 11th, 2013
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
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Fold, the brain teasing puzzler, has received a new update that adds 20 additional levels in a brand-new world called "Gone with the Wind." Also, new players can now experience the first world completely free. So, you could say that the price of the first world has gone with the wind! Yeah, anyway...

The remaining levels, including Gone with the Wind, cost only $0.99 to unlock.

Fold Review

iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
By Jennifer Allen on June 27th, 2013
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Fold is a simple yet fun puzzle game, all about folding up colored tiles.
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Akai Pro Introduces MPC Fly for iPad 2

Posted by Jason Wadsworth on January 20th, 2012

The new Akai Pro MPC Fly turns any iPad 2 into a full featured MPC (music production center). Not only does it turn an iPad into a portable production center, but it also acts as a protective case opening on hinges to sit upright, lay flat, or close shut for transport. The MPC Fly touts 16 pads with note repeat and swing, and works with any Core MIDI apps. It also works in conjunction with the MPC Fly iPad app.

With the MPC Fly iPad app users can sequence four tracks at once, access library of audio samples and drum kits, use various audio effects on their sequences, pull samples from their iTunes library, and share their work on SoundCloud, Facebook, or Twitter.

The MPC Fly houses it's own rechargeable lithium-ion battery making it a truly portable solution. It also includes a wall charger, and will charge the iPad while it's plugged in to the wall. No word yet on how much the MPC will retail for.


iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
By Gary Lucero on February 2nd, 2009
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The word Kirie speaks of traditional Japanese cut art work, where paper is folded and then cuts are made so when it is opened again, geometric patterns emerge. The app Ki-Ri-e serves the same purpose. Choose from a number of folds, styles of origami paper
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