Fruity Loops Studio Android app is here to turn you into the next hit-maker

April 19, 2013
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A Fruity Loops Studio Android app should constitute very good news for you if you think you have what it takes to create the next big hit (just in time for when Twitter Music gets to Android), or if you just want to have fun making your own songs.

Either way, Fruity Loops is a household name in the field of music creation software, with the desktop version being used by Afrojack, among other DJs and musicians.

The FL Studio Mobile app does cost $20, but you get a full-fledged music creation suite, with features sure to keep you busy for a while and an easy to use interface, very adequate for use on a tablet (although it supports all resolutions, so it should work fine on your smartphone, too). If you’re using an older device, you should know that the app works needs Android 2.3.3 or later to run.

To start you up, the first version includes no less than 133 instruments, drum kits and beats to play with, all with the ability to be imported to the desktop app for more serious projects, as well as an audio-engine that the developers claim is battery-friendly (so your battery doesn’t run out when you’re building that next hit, on the tour bus). It also includes lots of effects, and uses your device’s accelerometer for pitch bending.

Multi-core is supported, so you’ll want to use a faster device for best results.

To get a better idea of what the FL Studio Mobile app can do, watch the trailer below:

Do you plan on getting the Fruity Loops Studio Android app?

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