Newt, Bias Amp 2, Overcast Privacy, and other amazing apps of the week

This week we are looking at the incredible new Bias Amp 2 for guitarists, who looks just awful the big screen of the iPad Pro, we see how the applicati Newt has banned the "sent" folder, we are checking out the new privacy features in the Overcast podcast applicati, and find out how to duplicate our entire Instagram history our own microblog

Bias Amp 2

Here's what Bias Amp 2 looks like the iPad Pro. Seriously.

Bias is a guitar amp simulati app for iOS. Unlike other apps, which offer you a set of ready-to-use virtual guitar amplifiers, Bias lets you go under the hood, modify the templates provided or even create yours . You can customize the compents – the vacuum tubes, the speakers and even the microphes used to "listen" them – and you can make virtual copies of real amps (using the Mac versi).

Bias Amp 2 brings a fresh visual, as well as a bunch of new speakers, new pre-and power amps, and more. It also looks pathetic the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, with a huge black border around the small active secti.

Price : Free with in-app purchases

Download : Bias Amp 2 from the App Store (iOS)


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