Top Paid App in App Store: Ocarina

To all of the Nintendo Zelda fans out there, this one is just for you. Smule has the number one paid app in all of the App Store currently with Ocarina. [iTunes Link] For $.99 you can really impress the ladies while playing songs from your iPhone/Ocarina! ;)

Ocarina users are able to hear and see the origin of live performances and share their melodies with others around the world. In less than two weeks since the Ocarina launch, Ocarina users have listened to more than three million melodies, have generated over two hundred musical scores and have shared their creations here: Ocarina forums.

So there you have it folks, if you are a Zelda fan be sure to check this one out along with some performances in the below YouTube links.

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Video 2

And if any of our loyal readers can crank out song like this please let us know. We'd love to check it out!

Jeremy

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Chris Vitek says:

And I would like to point out it was reviewed in a weekend head to head review here - http://forum.theiphoneblog.com/iphone-app-store-apps/167944-weekend-head...

PC says:

WOW, this thing is blowin' up! Seems like everyone is doin this shiz.

Jim says:

That is pretty damn cool.

Rick says:

Looks cool and is pretty cheap. But, is blowing into the mic port like that really healthy for the phone? Just curious.

Leanna says:

I just bought this last night. It's pretty awesome. I am also a keyboard player, so I'm gonna make a little rendition of Clocks by Coldplay with keyboard and Ocarina. I'm pretty excited about it. When it's done and I have a video, I"ll be sure to send it to you guys.

Steve says:

This makes me think of the very first time I ever saw someone speaking on their cell phone with a mic and headphone set. He was standing in line at a gas station and everyone thought he was some insane man talking to himself. I kept my distance from him until I finally noticed the cable going down his shirt.
Needless to say, I'm not ready to blow into my phone in front of people quite yet.

xwarhammerx says:

I have this purchased this app, and I hope to be able to get so good at this I can serenade some sweet ladies ;)

xwarhammerx says:

wow offically that last comment I made... made me sound like a fool.

iphone app reviews says:

I love how this app does everything in an original way. They have leveraged so many of the iPhone's abilities here into what is still a very simple and straight forward app. While the sales do surprise me, the reactions do not. Very good work by Smule.