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iStreetDance.co.uk – Street Dance Comes To The iPhone

iStreetDance.co.ukIf you are one of those that claim there is an inherent limit to the kind of information a smartphone could transmit, then I think you should definitely check this site out. It will let you get your hands on an iPhone app that will teach you nothing more and nothing less that how to street dance.

 

The app itself is not only novel, but it has actually been devised quite intelligently and carefully. It has three different difficulty levels, and there is an entire category devoted to tricks such as “The hat turn”, “The toy man”, “The heel-toe”, “The up and down body wave”… the names might not mean that much, but if you see the tricks in action I am sure you will keep on exclaiming “Ah! It’s that one!”.

And coming back to the different difficulty levels that are supported, these are “Absolute Beginners”, “Beginners Series” and “Intermediate Series”. There is truly something for everybody here. If you feel your body and your mind are sharp enough, you are going to enjoy this app for sure.

iStreetDance.co.uk In Their Own Words

“The iStreetDance Apps are designed to teach you how to street dance via your iPhone. Our tutorials include current and original street dance moves and techniques which have been broken down into tutorials, that we envisage will be easy for you to learn and apply.”

Why iStreetDance.co.uk It Might Be A Killer

It brings something that is so seemingly out of reach as street dancing into the hands of mostly anybody.

Some Questions About iStreetDance.co.uk

How will the app evolve from here on? Will more difficulty levels be eventually added? iStreetDance.co.uk

Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for KillerStartups.com. A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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