I thought this was interesting, tho not for everyone.
I've downloaded the new Bermuda Tapes app from the iTunes store, I think it's a very nice app indeed. Not sure how many of the demo's are really new. I heard some stuff I heard before, but I am not sure about the demo of "Woman",
John starts out by saying, "take one of the new one". The "Nobody Told Me" version is already known, some of the chatter is new, some known from bootlegs, but I have to explore a bit more to figure it out.
The app cost about 4 euro/ $4.99 a and some don't like to pay that much for an app, or anything at all for anything, but it's for charity, and it's certainly of the best apps I have ever seen. Some stories, interviews, some new photo's, interactive stuff and ofcourse the music.
Now this will spark a debate about how this is an release limited for those who have iTunes and an expensive iPhone, or a slightly less but still expensive iPod. And I really don't like it when new songs or outtakes, demos and such gets such a limited release. Not everyone will be able to get it or is into it. But this is the way things are I suppose. you have an iTunes only download of a song, some new music on a dvd menu, some on a Rock band release, and now an app with bits of never before heard Lennon music and chat.