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App Share April


3 more apps to support your musical creativity this month!

Let us know what you think of them and what you’ve been using recently.  Contact us on Facebook or Twitter with your favourites, and visit App Share to see more of ours!


Sight Read 4Piano (£3.99,Android and ios)

Perfect for: Ages 9+

What is it? Sight read 4piano teaches piano students sight reading and playing. It particularly aids the learner with reading abilities and recognising rhythm.

Why do we love it? The app gives great musical examples and concisely guides the learner through various levels of difficulty.

 


iHeartRadio (Free, Android and iOS)

Perfect for: Ages 7+

What is it? iHeartRadio allows you to listen to over 1,500 live radio stations, stream new or past episodes of your favourite podcasts, and create custom stations based on your favourite songs and artists.

Why do we love it? This app encompasses artists from an eclectic range of genres, offering the user a customisable experience to generate playlists and choose live radio stations that best suit your personal taste in music. Plus with a comprehensive library of podcasts across a range of topics there will be plenty to listen to and keep you entertained for hours.


IDAGIO (Free, Optional Upgrade, Android and iOS)

Perfect for: Ages 4+

What is it?  IDAGIO is a streaming app for classical music, hosting over 2 million classical tracks, exclusive releases, and personalised recommendations. Browse with ease refining your search by composer, orchestra, soloist and more.

Why do we love it? We love to use the app to discover new classical music and the personalised suggestions mix generated through the app each week helps us do just that. Plus the listen offline feature means we can listen on the go without consuming our Data.

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