The app is easy to use, with just two basic modes for audio or audio/video, plus a few settings like the ability to record in a lossless WAV format. After you’ve recorded, you can apply different audio styles to the file, such as those designed to bring the vocals to the front, add more bass effect, or amplify the recording. You can also tailor the level of noise reduction, along with the tone, mids, and bass too. Files can then be shared to Soundcloud, Instagram, Facebook, or added to an email. … [Read more...] about Dolby On app arrives on Android to make impromptu jam sessions sound great
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MapMy series from Under Armour Under Armour offers a suite of free apps under the MapMy moniker. These are MapMyFitness, MapMyRun, MapMyRide, and MapMyWalk. It’s important to point out, however, that while each app may cater to its target demographic within its default tracking settings, the apps are also capable of recording quite a lot of info, and the map tracking features would, theoretically, work with any mobile cardio workout. … [Read more...] about Best free workout apps on Android and iOS
iPad — $269, was $329 The standard iPad’s bezels are still obscenely large (slimming them down would have made it look a tad more contemporary), but this tablet now boasts a bigger 10.2-inch screen compared to the previous model’s 9.7-inch display. In comparison, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6’s trimmed bezels look fetchingly modern, and so do those of the iPad Pro. None of this means that the iPad feels cheap, though. It has a nice substantial weight to it, plus it sports a 100% recycled aluminum enclosure which is good for the environment. Instead of Face ID, which remains exclusive to the iPad Pro and the latest iPhones, you get Touch ID, although that’s not exactly a deal-breaker for most users. What sets this apart from the older iPad 9.7 is support for the Smart Connector so you can use it with Apple’s Smart Keyboard (sold separately). … [Read more...] about Kids Tablets: Amazon Fire HD 7, Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab starting at $70
If you opt for a ceiling-mounted position, you can take advantage of a 360-degree panorama view encompassing the entire room, or a split-screen 180-degree panorama which uses a horizontal split-screen design to show front and rear views. As you’d expect, given the lens design, both options incur noticeable fish-eye distortion to maximize the field of view, but again, image quality is good enough for security purposes. … [Read more...] about Ezviz ez360 Pano review
Further Reading GeForce Now adds support for new games Google Stadia Review GeForce Now Review Access third-party platforms Unlike PlayStation Now or Google Stadia, GeForce Now does not have its own storefront. In other words, the games you play on the service come from other locations such as Steam or the Epic Games Store. This means that if you decide to stop using GeForce Now, you’ll still own all the games you’ve purchased and can play them on other devices. It’s one of the biggest advantages separating it from the rest of the pack. This also means you’ll need to have multiple accounts outside of GeForce Now in order to properly use the service. And just because it can access these stores doesn’t mean it can play all of their games. … [Read more...] about What is GeForce Now?