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AmpliTube for iPhone is Apple App of the Week

AmpliTube for iPhone is Apple App of Week
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Across Europe, IK Multimedia's AmpliTube for iPhone has become the app of the week.

Each week Apple spotlights a favorite from the iTunes app store that highlights how apps are changing the way we live and play.

This week AmpliTube for iPhone receives this coveted award not just in one country but right across Europe and even in Australia.

Further afield, AmpliTube for iPhone is currently the most bought music app in the Japanese App Store.

The list of the countries in which AmpliTube for iPhone is showcased as the App of the Week is long and impressive:

UK, Spain, Ireland, Italy, Belgium, Portugal, Denmark, Switzerland, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Luxembourg and Greece, not forgetting Australia.

Within a very short space of time, AmpliTube for iPhone has achieved over 70,000 downloads in the App Store.

Not only is AmpliTube for iPhone blazing up the iTunes chart, it has also received blanket coverage and critical acclaim in the press including many prestigious awards.

It has been praised for its unique portability, ease of use, astonishing sound quality and its high rocking factor.

Furthermore, several world class musicians such as Guns N' Roses Richard Fortus have selected AmpliTube for iPhone as their portable guitar solution.

AmpliTube�® for iPhone is the ultimate mobile guitar amp and effects system for iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad.

Together with the iRig interface adapter, AmpliTube for iPhone represents the first complete solution for guitar and bass players to play, practice and have fun anytime and anywhere rocking through their iPhone/iPod/iPad.

Posted on 21 Jul 2010 15:34 to category : Instruments News

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