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November App Share


Bonfire night is just around the corner, so why not ignite your creative side by exploring 3 more of soundLINCS’ favourite apps for November.

We’d love to know what you think of the apps and hear more about the apps that you’ve been enjoying lately so contact us on Facebook or Twitter with your favourites, and visit our App Share page to see more of ours!


Duck-Roll-1Duck & Roll (Free on iOS)

Perfect for: Ages 5+

What is it? Duck & Roll is an addictive rhythm game where the aim is to tap the stars as they pass over the star shaped holes onscreen, keeping time with the rock music that plays on each level.

Why do we love it? The app is fantastic for helping practice timing and gets progressively harder, giving plenty of room for development. The variety of challenging levels make it great fun and hard to put down!


gravitarium22-642x481Gravitarium2 (£1.49 on iOS)

Perfect for: Early Years & SEN.

What is it? A very visual app with a relaxing, ethereal musical accompaniment. Run fingers across the screen to create a variety of different, unique patterns and colours with the option to share or save your creations.

Why do we love it? Gravitarium2 is a really engaging and visual app, with the ability to create and save original work whilst enjoying the relaxing atmosphere it creates.


screen480x480Percussive Free (Free on iOS)

Perfect for: Early Years.

What is it? A xylophone application which is simple to use and gives a brilliant introduction to the instrument. With two octaves and the option to play hard or soft it puts a range of sounds at your fingertips.

Why do we love it? Percussive produces an impressively realistic sound and also has the musical notes written on it – making it a great tool for learning about musical notes and the way that they sound.


To view more of our favourite apps and start app-lying yourself to music technology visit our App Share page.

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