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Sound Box for Android
Are you into music and rhythm? Then this may be of your liking. XDA member praetorian droid presents Sound Box for your Android device. Turn your beloved phone into a percussion machine by shaking it, make your phone to act as a bell, drum, rattle, wind chimes and more. This application will give you countless hours of fun and sure your children will love it too.
Working on Android 1.5 and up with a free version that includes limited sounds can be found on the market.
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Originally posted by praetorian droid
It reacts on a shaking and makes your phone act as a bell, drum, rattle, wind chimes and other such a stuff. It’s a toy for fun. Some users noted that children also love it.
So shake your phone, have fun!
Actually the initial idea came from my friend. She said: it would be cool if you’ll shake your phone and it will sound like a junk in a metal box or like a broken device. Totally broken. Later me and my friends came up with an invention to add a bell, maracas and more. When I started, the main goal was to make an app that authentically behave like a rattle, a bell, etc. I tried to get a realistic reaction to the phone shaking. Among other things, different sounds for different strength of shaking – just like real things. Hope I’ve succeeded.
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