The artists prefer the iPhone. Sting and Pink Floyd released
Making an album of new songs seems to be working too hard for bands these days. Instead, it seems much easier to pay some developers to make an application. This is the case of the Pink Floyd rock legend, who has lately bandwagon applications with the launch of its application This Day in Pink Floyd. There is no music involved, unless you count the ring tone of "Shine on You Crazy Diamond".
What you find within this application is a double concept album curiosities, anecdotes, factoids and test questions. There are also notes of songs for each song on each album, something that might be nice to browse while listening to the songs. And much more.
The application costs $ 2.99 and you can buy it here. On the other hand, and to coincide with the launch of their new album, "Sting 25", the British singer has launched a companion application for the iPad. According to The Wall Street Journal, Sting implementing cost a million dollars to produce, but curiously, the application is free. The application was created firstname.lastname@example.org a company based in New York, the application combines music, concert footage, photographs and videos. In addition, the application includes raw footage of Sting's performance in October at the Beacon Theatre in New York, which includes duets with Lady Gaga yStevie Wonder. Sting 25 seems an interesting application and a must for any fan of Sting. And you can download it free by clicking here.