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Pink Floyd launch Apple app

2011-11-15 16:25
 
Cape Town – British rockers Pink Floyd have announced the release of their first official Apple app, This Day in Pink Floyd, on Monday.

The app is available through iTunes for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, and was launched to coincide with their new Immersion box set and new single disc album, A Foot In The Door: The Best Of Pink Floyd.

The app is the comprehensive guide to the group's career, using Pink Floyd trivia and facts covering the group's entire history.

This Day in Pink Floyd also includes a free Shine On You Crazy Diamond ringtone, newly published photos, graphics and embedded video of Point Me At the Sky.

Compiled by the team who runs the award-winning website, book and iPhone App, This Day In Music - This Day in Pink Floyd is a celebration of a band who have produced popular albums such as The Dark Side of the Moon, Animals and The Wall.

View this short clip for more information on the app:

 

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