I haven't seen the movie that's up for the Oscar, Searching for Sugar Man, but considering the title, I have to assume that it's a direct rip-off of my movie from many, many, many, many years ago with a similar title. No, for reallys, I made this movie so long ago, I didn't even remember it until about an hour ago.
I'm a huge fan of photo and video apps for my iPhone. I have more of those than anything else on my phone. I had to split them up in folders so I didn't have them scattered around on so many screens.
One of my favorite apps is called 8MM, and I've been using it for quite a while now. It was pretty cool to see a link about this great app being used to help finish filming an Oscar-Nominated movie!
There is now an app for EVERYTHING! Are you tired of strangling your buddy in a condom that's too small? Or maybe losing it if you put on one that's too big? (I know, no one EVER has THAT problem, right?) But really, you just want to know that it's big enough to walk around with your buddy hanging out.
Since I am so technologically savvy, someone here at work suggested that I do a "Buzz's App of the Week" post. "That's a great idea!", said not a single other person who knows me.
I do have one new app that I've been having waaaaay more than 99 cents worth of fun with. It's called Morfo and for less than 1/7 the price of a Starbucks Java Chip Frappuccino® Light Blended Beverag
Linkin Park have teamed with mobile social media app Viddy to allow fans to create music videos on their iPhone and are offering an autographed guitar to the fan who turns in the best impersonation of a member of the band.
If Lamb of God vocalist (and pseudo presidential candidate) Randy Blythe is one of your favorite metal singers/screamers and you happen to be an iPhone app enthusiast, then we have good news for you. The ‘Vox of God’ iPhone app is now available. It’s a voice modulating iOS app designed and developed specifically for the band to support the crushing new album ‘Resolution.’
Even with decent guitar tablature, it’s sometimes hard to nail a complex Megadeth riff because some knowledge can only be gained from the source. That’s why Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine has joined forces with the makers of Rock Prodigy to help teach fans how to play Megadeth songs.