Where is Loopmash?

Is it me, or did Steinberg's Loopmash and Loopmash free vanish off the app store completely?

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

In the german Itunes-store no problem:

http://itunes.apple.com/de/app/loopmash/id419328379?mt=8

Anonymous said...

It was updated this morning.. it's back in the US store

Anonymous said...

Still no ACP. Grrr..

2Anonymous2BeReal said...

ACP will die when Apple introduces a real pasteboard. Why would devs spend time and resources implementing a proprietary technology that will by gone in the next two years?

Anonymous said...

The world could be over in 2 years. Why do devs bother doing anyfin? Esp, implementing most requested features? I think they shud all go home, and let u rub em off, until u experience the palm sprak that u r most secretly longing :)

Anonymous said...

"Esp, implementing most requested features?"

Having a real pasteboard and access to filesystem is the most requested feature on IOS, do you see Apple implementing that?

ACP is a temporary third party solution that will break apps once it will be kicked out of IOS world. No reason to implement that for only a small fraction of users who wishes to use their ipads.

Anonymous said...

Me ballax.

I don't know if/when apple'll implement a real pasteboard. I find it hard to keep it real. And as for the file system deally - noway never - they'll implement that the same time they implement the iPad-to-hamburger converter. Man I could go for a burger right about now.

The ACP 3rd party solution was made specifically to deal with the overwhelming requests from users. I can understand devs not being able to implement a file system dealy, but not implementing ACP is just plain silly. IKM with Amplitube, are being requested all the time to make ACP.

Still, those small fraction mofos, why can't they just keep it real?! They should give in to the almighty logic of the illogical know nothing know it alls & admit palm sprakking devs is the only to go.

jaybry84 said...

"Why would devs spend time and resources implementing a proprietary technology that will by gone in the next two years?"

LMAO! Are you serious?

kidBaltan said...

I read something about earth being gone in 2 years,

2Anonymous2BeReal said...

There's too many different pasteboard formats in IOS to accomodate the lack of a real copy/paste solution. Should devs support all of them? Why only ACP?