Today's app is the Skoove – Piano Lessons app:
Skoove – Piano Lessons (https://www.skoove.com/en) Includes over 300 interactive lessons and more than 100 popular songs; for the beginner or advanced player; sit down in front of a piano or keyboard, open the app, and go; listens to performance, tracks progress, and gives tips on how to improve; learn songs, the theory behind them, and proper playing techniques; get performance feedback directly from the app; analyzes playing using built-in microphone on iPad or iPhone; can also connect to piano or keyboard; works with all pianos and keyboards, USB/MIDI, or acoustic; virtual on-screen keyboard; learn how to improvise and create own melodies; beginner and advanced courses in a variety of styles from pop to classical; improve by learning the songs and musical concepts in each lesson; (iOS 9.3 or later).
Today's app is the flowkey app:
flowkey (https://www.flowkey.com/en) Play favorite songs and learn about notes, chords, and the proper technique; works with a real piano or keyboard, acoustic as well as electric; for beginners and advanced pianists; hundreds of songs from classical to pop; practice effectively with learning monitoring via microphone or MIDI connection; reach goals with interactive step-by-step instructions on reading music, chords, improv, technique, and more; develop the correct playing technique with high-quality video tutorials of professional pianists; endorsed by some of the most famous YouTube pianists as well as teachers and musicians worldwide; download for free and gain access to selected songs and course content; for full access to all songs and course content must purchase a Premium subscription accessible on all devices; (iOS 9.0 or later).
Today's app is the OnlinePianist app:
OnlinePianist (https://www.onlinepianist.com) Learn how to play songs on the piano; learn piano songs alone or complement private piano lessons with a teacher; thousands of popular songs and classical pieces updated regularly; personalized learning experience with 13 unique virtual piano learning features; personal songbook for collecting and practicing favorite songs synced in real-time; works with any piano or keyboard; individual hand practice; speed adjustment; beginner piano and Pro versions for every song; finger positions; vertical and horizontal notes display; sustain pedal simulation; chord progressions; step-by-step free piano lessons; keyboard letter notes (ABC or Do Re Mi); dynamic zoom; key transposition; metronome; segmentation (Intro/Verse/Chorus/Outro, etc.); A-B repeat; full 88-key piano keyboard; MIDI piano coming soon; auto-renewing subscription service; (iOS 9.0 or later).
Today's app is the Magic Piano Lessons app:
Magic Piano Lessons (http://blog.sina.com.cn/) App for learning to play the piano; learn chords and more; play songs directly from sheet music; follow chord charts; (iOS 8.0 or later).
Today's app is the Grand Piano Keyboard & Metronome app:
Grand Piano Keyboard & Metronome (http://www.evertap.com/) Learn how to play popular songs; choose from a selection of regularly updated songs; sophisticated learning mode; play/pause while learning; hand selection includes left hand, right hand, or both; watch mode to sit back and listen; change learning speed; free play mode; use as a regular piano; full size 88 key keyboard; scrollable keyboard; integrated metronome; customizable piano sound; share with Facebook friends; tested and designed for Apple phones and tablets; select Play & Learn from the menu; select a song from the songs list; choose the hand with which to practice; tap on a piano key while a falling bar moves behind it; release the piano key when the falling bar has disappeared; (iOS 8.0 or later).
Piano Apps this week!
The Piano. (https://impalastudios.com/apps/piano) Always have a keyboard available; used by music teachers, singers, songwriters, and beginners; realistic sounds of the piano; express musicality and creativity; recording feature with playback; save recordings to the library; share music with friends; adjustable key size; optional note labels; sounds include Classic Grand Piano, Xylophone, and Toy Piano; teach beginners the names and positions of notes on the piano keys; useful for tuning wind instruments; useful for developing a well-tuned musical ear; (iOS 9.0 or later).
Today's app is the Tadpole Sheet Music app:
Tadpole Sheet Music (David Sparrow) Integrates many piano scores; follow the piano; large number of piano score resources including tens of thousands of piano scores; classification management; search function; practical piano player function with a virtual keyboard for following the instructions; fingers follow the position of the keys; integrates current popular piano block functions, piano score, music, and piano block linkage; user system records the music collection and downloaded music scores; improve piano playing skills; (Android 4.1.and up).
Today's app is the Piano+ - Sheet Music Score app:
Piano+ - Sheet Music Score (http://piano.notationpad.com/) Create sheet music scores; keep all music compositions in one place and play or edit them at any time; from simple piano scores to complex symphony scores; clear user interface; powerful tool set; export/import MusicXML files; export MIDI files; export PNG image and PDF documents; high quality sound for playback; edit up to eight parts at the same time; over 100 kinds of musical instruments; multi-voice; lyric app; supported notation includes a variety of music note types, from whole notes to 128th notes and dotted notes; chord, staff, track; treble, alto and bass clef; edit lyrics; variety of time signatures; all standard key signatures; adjustable tempo; all accidentals (sharps, flats, double sharps, double flats, and naturals); tie, slur, and tuplet; many types of ornaments; wide range of dynamics; (iOS 9.0 or later).
Today's app is the Stave'n'Tabs app:
Stave'n'Tabs (http://staventabs.com) Notation and tab editor; tools for composing and improving scores in all genres; edit sheet music and tablature; start new score from scratch or with one of two dozen templates; enter notes with intuitive instrument-independent interface or virtual piano keyboard; explore and edit score with piano roll and drums editor; create up to 15 instrument parts; choose from 22 groups of instruments (keyboards, guitars, strings, drums, percussion, etc.); use context-sensitive selection for bars, chords, and tracks; modify notes with dots, tuplets, and ties; addlyrics; customize clefs, key signatures, and time signatures for bars; change dynamics; switch between enharmonic equivalents of the notes; use customizable voices; setup tunings with presets; navigate around score with tracks board; copy, paste, and remove selected areas; switch between tablature and stave inputs; edit tabs with numeric keypad or virtual fingerboard; undo and redo actions; input notes by staff positions; set the visibility for instrument parts in the score; edit title and information about creators; select and customize horizontal, vertical, or page layout for score; use Scientific or Helmholtz pitch notation when entering notes; add repeat signs and volta brackets; auto-saving; connect MIDI devices; play whole composition or selected fragment; customize metronome clicking and countdown; change tempo and audio properties; loop playback of a desired part; track non-playable objects with highlights; determine the chromatic scales most similar to the selected area; adjust semitones of the selected area notes to the chromatic scale; customize the chromatic scale for adjustment; diminish, augment, and subdivide note values; transpose pitches by semitones; browse projects with file manager; store compositions in iCloud Drive and across all iOS devices; create new projects and duplicate existing; listen to preview fragments of scores directly from files menu; open SNT, MIDI, MusicXML, Compressed MusicXML, Guitar Pro (GPX, GP5, GP4, GP3), and Karaoke (KAR) files; edit MIDI, MusicXML, Compressed MusicXML, Guitar Pro, and Karaoke files; organize files from a desktop computer using iTunes or iCloud Drive; open files from Mail and other applications (Dropbox, Box, etc.); convert files between supported formats; share with friends; Email scores and tabs; open files in other applications; print score; export to PDF; (iOS 9.0 or later).
Today's app is the Touch Notation app:
Touch Notation (http://cm.kawai.jp/products-en/tn/) Musical score creation app for writing music using touch gestures; allows musicians to draw directly onto the score using a finger or touch pen; work immediately appears as written notation; playback using 30 built-in instrument voices; wide range of functions accessible from interface; enter musical expressions for adjusting tempo and dynamics; transpose feature for raising/lowering the pitch of the entire score; output scores using Air Print or save to Dropbox in PDF, SMF, MusicXML, and ScoreMaker formats; the following musical symbols can be entered by hand: Note, Rest (including dotted and double-dotted), Long Rest, Beam, Tuplet (Triplet), Accidental, Tie, Slur, Accent, Staccato, Tenuto, Fermata, Trill, sfz, Arpeggio, Pedal, Senza, Metronome symbol, Crescendo, Decrescendo, Dynamics symbols (ppp~fff), Octave symbol, Repeat brackets, Repeat marks (D.C./Fine/D.S./Segno/Coda/to Coda), Clefs (Treble Clef/Bass Clef/C Clef), Key signature, Time signature, and Bar lines (repeat marks); other musical expressions (Dolce, Tranquillo, etc.) can be added using text input; comments and memos can be written freehand directly onto the score; entering rhythm notation, drum notation, tab notation, etc. is not supported; older devices may experience stuttering when playing complicated scores with many simultaneous notes; (iOS 7.0 or later).