Our ‘Apps to look out for’ reviews are quick looks into apps that may well have passed under your radar, but may in fact be worth a look, and possibly even a purchase. Have a peek at today’s app and see if you think it is worth your time and money.
Warren Charles: Head in the Clouds (More Than Music) Watch. Play. Listen.
Warren Charles are a rock band based in Los Angeles, and their latest album is called Head in the Clouds. Now, the reason we are featuring this is that the album has been turned in a kind of interactive album, which is a great concept that works really well on iOS.
This really isn’t just another music app, as this really does take the concepts behind the songs on the album and lets the user properly interact with them, and allows you to possibly gain a better insight and understanding of what the musicians are trying to say.
As well as getting the entire album included, you get a whole load of features, and you can find a list of the highlights below:
Play 4 original games based on songs from the album
Dodge the wedding party and steal the bride in the “Forever Hold My Peace” game
Test your memory and find hidden objects in the first of its kind memory photo hunt game
Break through materials and jam along with the music using the “My Moment of Weakness” drum machine
Drag, tilt, blow, and stack leaves inside the enchanting “Leaving” game
Search the album artwork to access exciting app features
Thumb through beautifully crafted pages of artwork in the lyric book and learn more about each song
Watch exclusive content within the hand painted video player
Browse behind the scenes photos from recording sessions and read fun facts about the band
Discover hidden secrets and surprises throughout!
The fact that you get the whole album for such a low price is great, but when you add the sweeping visuals, mini-games, artwork and behind the scenes photos, then you know this is something pretty special. For fans of the band, this is obviously a no-brainer, and for everyone else, we would suggest checking this out, not only for the music but also for the brilliant extras.