FL Studio Mobile 3 is a complete music production environment that works as an App on Android, iOS and Windows platforms plus as an FL Studio native plugin. In this way you can work on your mobile projects while on-the-go then continue in FL Studio and take them to the next level.
See all Video Tutorials here and check the FL Studio Mobile support forumhere. To access the forums FL Studio Mobile will ask you to register when you first open the app. If you already have an Image-Line Account make sure to use the same login details.
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FL Studio Mobile works on Android, iOS and Windows (App and FL Studio plugin).
FL Studio Mobile is designed to work on any screen from the size of a phone to TV sized touch-monitors. Each FL Studio Mobile 3 Playlist track has an associated 'Rack'. This can contain any number of instrument AND effects plugins. The only limit is your CPU power. There are now also automation-clip style tracks that can be edited just as you can now in FL Studio for the desktop.
DirectWave [free] - This is a sample player and is useful for traditional sounds such as Piano, Orchestra, Guitar etc. There are many included sample banks. Or you can purchase more from the in-app shop.
MiniSynth [free] - Is a fully featured synthesizer with a low processor overhead and great sound. There are 1000's of patches available for it on the user forums or you can create your own.
How do I save my project as an audio/music file? - Use the Save > MP3 or WAV on the Home Tab. Your audio file will end up in the FL Studio Mobile installation folder under ../My Tracks. If your operating system supports it, you can also choose other save locations.
How do I get the FL Studio Plugin version of the App? - The FL Studio Mobile FL plugin is included from FL Studio 12.4 onward. Check for updates to the plugin here. You need to have a version equal to, or later than that. FL Studio for desktop includes Lifetime Free Updates, so after you buy it, you will always get the latest version for free. Just like an App!
Credits: Maxx Claster, Daniel Schaack, Arlo Giunchi