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This is the home page/blog for iBeams/Gravilocity  a new iPhone app

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  1. This is a freaking phenomenal app, I don’t know what more there is to say. I wrote a review on the app store and that sorta begins to sum up how impressed I am but I still keep noticing just how many possibilities there is for this thing and it’s amazing. Well done. One question though, and this may be a stupid oversight but how do you turn off the sound effects in the app? I want it to react to sounds and music but as cool as the bubbling sound when you hold your fingers on the screen is, I would prefer for it to not make any noise because it sorta disrupts the music. Any ideas anyone?

    Comment by Ethan | May 16, 2010 | Reply

  2. I trust that this was what you wished to achieve, and will be of some help to you.

    If you want to turn the bubbles sound fx off, go into the apps Option’s panel (touch bottom right hand corner of the screen) and select ‘Touch’ from the bottom row of tabs. At the top of the pane you will see a slider ‘Sounds 1x effect’ bring the slider all the way to the left, this has the effect of turning the sound off.

    I too would like to be able to have the particles react to my music on my iPad, perhaps this might be possible once IOS4 for the iPad is released in the autumn, as then it it should be very simple for the developer to implement.

    Comment by Drew | July 31, 2010 | Reply


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