7 Piano Apps You Need

If you're learning the piano, there are some amazing apps to help you practice while you're on the go. Let's take a look at these 7 piano apps you need:

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Miller Piano Specialists September 4, 2020 3 Min Read

If you’re learning the piano, there are some amazing apps to help you practice while you’re on the go. There are many resources and options to help you continue your piano-learning journey, and most of them are right on your phone. Let’s take a look at these 7 piano apps you need:

1. Perfect Piano

The Perfect Piano App is the highest rated piano simulator available today! This app was designed mainly for Android devices and offers a wide variety of practice tools. It was an 88-key intelligent piano simulator and guides you through thousands of pieces of sheet music. Not only that, but it connects you with other fledging piano players around the globe.

The great thing about this app is that it offers weekly challenges that allow you to compete with other users. If you’re not the competitive type, you can create a guild with your fellow piano friends to show support and share songs you’ve been learning. The app supports a USB MIDI keyboard, so once you’re ready to graduate to a real live instrument, Perfect Piano can provide a smooth transition.


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2. Piano Free–Keyboard with Magic Tiles Music Games

The Piano Free app offers practice tools, including reading sheet music, chords, and lets you record whatever you play. Recording yourself playing the piano is an excellent way for you to improve your skills. Some great recording features are being able to choose from several different instruments for playback. Some of these instruments include the accordion, the harp, the cello, and several others.


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3. Yousician

The Yousician app is a fantastic app that helps you learn the piano, bass, guitar, or ukelele the way a live music teacher would do. With this app, you play your real instrument and follow along with different piano lessons. When you’re done, you’ll receive feedback on your progress and how you’re doing.

Yousician was designed by real music teachers who want the users to simulate and create an experience of real-life and in-person lessons. Each week, new challenges, training in music theory, and many other features help you in your piano learning skills.


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4. Simply Piano by JoyTunes

In 2016, the Simply Piano App was rated as one of the best iPhone apps. The app is also available for Android users and upgraded frequently to fit its user’s needs.
The coolest thing about Simply Piano is that it listens to your real-life piano or keyboard and can register what you are playing and give you real-time feedback. All you do is place your device on your piano and start playing.
In addition to the library of songs to choose from, there are courses available depending on your skill level. You can take two classes for free and then upgrade to a subscription for access to unlimited classes.


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5. Piano Academy–Learn Piano

The Piano Academy app is very hands-on, learning all supporting video tutorials from your instructor. This app is known for helping you strengthen your hand-coordination, musical hearing, rhythm, chords, and so much more.
The Piano Academy all is suitable for all ages, from kids to adults, to help transform beginners into actual pianists.


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6. Vivace: Learn to Read Music

The Vivace app is an essential app for anyone wanting to learn reading music. Reading music will excel your piano skills to the next level. This app offers tutorials that explain and teach you music theory so that you’ll have a baseline for reading music.
The app is very customizable, so it can meet you at whatever skill level you have. The illustrated lessons guide you through each step of the learning process, covering all 15 key signatures. Vivace is only available for Android users, so if you have an Apple device, check out the “Notes–Sight Reader Trainer” app for a comparable teaching tool.


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7. Perfect Ear–Ear Trainer

The Perfect Ear app is a great app that teaches you to play the piano by recognizing chords and rhythms and helping you listen to music in a new way.
Perfect Ear incorporates the solfege method. The Solfege method is one of the most popular ways of teaching music theory. Training the ear to distinguish different notes and understanding how they work will allow you to learn music quicker.


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