New Android App Turns Device into a Playable Skin Flute

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Skin Flute, a musical instrument Android application developed by Media Outbreak, gives users the chance to play and make sweet music on their Android mobile devices.

The Skin Flute app allows the user to choose a skin & then blow into the microphone while simultaneously using their fingers to touch, slide and play notes on the screen .

The term "Skin Flute" is a pop culture reference most people have heard at one point or another in their lives. Now, with the release of the Skin Flute Android App, which emulates playing an actual skin flute, mobile users have a chance to test their skills.

The Skin Flute app, developed by Media Outbreak, allows the user to choose a skin and then blow into the microphone while simultaneously using their fingers to touch, slide and play notes on the screen . The creator of this app stated, "We wanted to bring the Skin Flute to the mobile market because we knew it would be a fun gag app for people all over the world. We envisioned a fun party game and we hope people get a good laugh when showing it off. to their friends." The Skin Flute app has been published on the Android Market (https://market.android.com/details?id=air.com.mediaoutbreak.skinflute) for $1.49 & is also available for purchase through the MiKandi Adult App Market.

The Skin Flute is the first app release for local Indianapolis based company Media Outbreak (http://www.mediaoutbreak.com). Future updates and releases are already planned for the Skin Flute which will provide further functionality not included in the initial release. To stay up to date about the Skin Flute, or to read further documentation, visit the Skin Flute App website @ http://www.theskinflute.com.

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