ElCondor · Apr 26, 2010 at 05:59 pm

CrisRowlands SimplePiano V2

There are already some Piano applicatoins out for Windows Mobile, but XDA developer cris_rowlands found that there’s no good piano app fitting his needs.
He decided to develop a nice but simple keyboard application, based on the Windows Phone 7 design. Fortunately, for people that don’t like the layout, the interface can be skinned.

Orignally posted by cris_rowlands

Features:
At the moment it only works on WVGA.
Currently doesnt support screen rotation.
The looks are loosely based upon WindowsPhone7.
It has three octaves.

Future changes:
Will make versions for all resolution.
Include different instrument sounds.
(if I can find ones good enough to include.)
Make sure screen rotation doesn’t screw it up.
If I can figure out how, include multi-touch for devices that support it (HD2 lol)

Multi-touch would be very cool feature, and support for other resolutions would be greatly appreciated.

You can get the application in the developer thread. There you can also download the graphics package, and discuss the application.


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