orb3000 · Jun 29, 2010 at 03:00 pm

iperov’s Pocket Guitar

Some time ago, XDA member iperov presented this application to play a guitar on your Windows Mobile device. It is a very fun application and it comes with 2 good skins, which make it very easy to use. The app works on WM5 and up and it has been tested on QVGA resolutions, but it should work with others as well.
The developer shows this fun music application following the successful work of Omniano.

Originally posted by iperov
iperov’s Pocket Guitar

App name: iperov’s Pocket Guitar

License: Freeware

System requirements:

OS: WM5 and higher (not tested on WM2003)

Processor:
ARMv4 (Samsung, …): 300 Mhz and higher
ARMv5+ (Texas OMAP, …): 183 Mhz and higher

Screen: QVGA and higher (not tested on wide formats)

Buttons: any hardware buttons, exclude hangup buttons

You can find more information in the application thread.


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