5 thoughts on “8 Piano Apps Worth the Download

  1. Great article!

    I personally have a metronome, ear training, and keyboard app on my Iphone. The keyboard app does not help with practicing, but helps if I think of a good melody and want to play it on a keyboard so I do not forget it.

    I am still a bit reluctant to use a sheet music app for learning a score because I do not like the idea of staring at a bright screen for multiple hours while learning a piece of music. Also, it is much easier to write notes down on paper sheet music than with a digital copy.

  2. I am in my church choir but I can barely read sheet music and I occasionally have a tough time learning the harmony (I sing alto). Is there an app that can read a PDF of sheet music and play the notes for just one part.. or if I were to hide or white out all the other notes but my part, is there an app that can read read notes in a PDF of sheet music and play them aloud for me?(Sometimes it’s just a few notes that I can’t seem to get, so at the VERY least I need to find a keyboard app that I can use to plonk out the correct notes on my own.)

  3. Why is Circle Guess not mentioned here? It is the most recent ground-breaking app for children yet it wasn’t mentioned here. It’s an easy app for toddlers and up which supposedly teaches them less and greater than numbers. We must not forget that the value of apps for kids rely mainly on how educational it is. Fun and educational must be the benchmark for all children’s app. For more info about how to get your kids learn from having fun, download Circle Guess on Appstore, Playstore, or Amazon Appstore. Or message me for more resources.

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