GarageBand, one of Apple’s most popular apps that were ported over to the iPad earlier this year has just received a major update – because the app is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch! Musicians on the go who wanted GarageBand on a device that’s more portable than the iPad or MacBook will definitely appreciate this new version of the app. Now they can record tunes whenever inspiration strikes, no matter where they are.
In addition to support for the smaller iOS devices, the app now features custom chords for Smart instruments, and support for 6/8 and 3/4 time signatures. The app is available now on the Apple App Store for $4.99. What are you waiting for? Get to making your own music now! Who here uses an iOS device to make music? Feel free to share it in the comments below.
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