We are excited to announce that Highway☆ is now available for Android! Follow the link to the Google Play store to download and install.
It’s actually been in the Play Store for a little over a week and so far so good. If you are an Android user travel by road (or near roads) in the U.S. or Canada, please give it a try. 😺
We are excited to announce the release of CatSynth: The App! 2.0 for Android.
It provides the features that iOS users currently enjoy like creating and sharing recordings with Mystery Synths and following other users, and a beautiful new material-design interface. Indeed we think this new Android version looks better than the iOS version 😉 – but don’t worry iOS folks, an update is coming soon.
If you have an Android device running Lolipop (5.0) or later, please check it out! You can get the download and more info at the Google Play Store.
We at CatSynth are happy to announce that CatSynth: TheApp! is now available for Android. You can get your copy on the Google Play Store.
It has all the same features as the initial release of iOS, including an Android-optimized reader and manager for the blog, and of course a couple of Mystery Synths 🙂
So please download, leave us a good review, and share with your friends. But most of all, just have fun with it.
I don’t usually talk about stuff I do for my day job here, but when I do it’s because it’s particularly interesting or amusing for this audience. I recently appeared on the popular podcast Android App Addicts first as an interviewee and then as a guest commentator for a few episodes. Basically, it’s three guys who casually talk about Android apps, bring a few each episode to share and discuss. The conversation is at a the level of the geek user rather than deeply technical. I appear in episodes 210-213 if you want to check it out. In episodes 211 and 213, I do share some cat-related apps, as well as a synth app in 212 🙂
The hosts, Steve Cherubino, Steve McLaughlin, and Eric Arduini were very open and welcoming, and I would like the thank them for having me. It was a lot of fun, though I do hate the sound of my own voice. It also reminds me of the challenges of speaking extemporaneously – in music I can do that with ease, but not as much with speech.
One day when I have free time (?) I would like to restart a CatSynth podcast, basically starting where I left off with the World of Wonder on San Francisco Community Radio but taking it in less strictly musical directions.