iOS has plenty of music production and recording apps such as Garage Band, and while we’re sure that Android has their fair share of such apps as well, there are probably Android users out there who are missing one particular app – Fruity Loops Studio. Originally created for computers, Fruity Loops Studio eventually made its way onto iOS and if you’re an Android user looking forward to the app, the good news is that it’s already underway, but the bad news is that it looks like progress on the Android version is pretty slow. This was confirmed by the folks at Image Line who wrote on their website, “The process indeed goes a lot slower than any of us expected.” According to them, they are porting one tab a month which based on their list, well, it seems like Android users can only look forward to Fruity Loops Studio in 2013 at the earliest. In the meantime you can check out some of its features in the short demo video above.
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