FL Studios is still set to land on Mac OS X.
Apple fans are a step closer to getting popular loop-based music creation programme, FL Studio, on Mac computers — though a finalised release date for the new softwear is still unconfirmed.
Image Line, the tech developer behind FL Studio, has released a survey to aid in getting FL Studio ready for a Mac release, by asking a selection of FL Studio fans to take part — you can check out the survey via their site.
Brexit is set to cause nearly a 25% increase in the price of Mac and iOS apps from the UK App Store, reflecting the sudden collapse of the pound. Price increases are also expected to hit other facets of Apple, such as the iTunes Store.
The new prices highlight the changing value of the pound against the US dollar. For example, an app that costs $0.99 in the US used to cost £0.79 in the UK; but will now upswing to £0.99.
Algoriddim's djay is a name that is best known for the rather excellent iOS app, which has gone from strength-to-strength, even winning an Apple Design Award in 2011, but this software has actually been around since 2006 when it was first released for OSX.
The ethos behind djay has always been to make a DJing platform that is fun to use and very easy to learn, as well as being easy on the pocket. It has been marketed towards casual mixers and the "mix curious", but that is about to change.