We normally leave covering iPhone apps, or the iPhone for that matter, to our friends at Gizmodo. But they’ve pointed out something worth noting here. The application Bloom is simple colors and sounds that are activated by, you guessed it, touch. The notable thing is that it was programed by Brian Eno (who created the Windows 95 start up sound, among some other work) and Peter Chilvers. So even if you don’t have a musical bone in your body the “composition” you create will still sound peaceful and euphoric. The app is $3.99 in the iTunes application store.