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February App Share

Flick through our fantastic February App Share!

Please share your favourite apps with us on our Facebook or Twitter and visit App Share to see more of ours!

Auxy (Free iOS)

Perfect for: Ages 12+

What is it? Auxy is fantastic for people who enjoy electronic music. The app is easy to use and provides a great platform to create simple or complex beats and melodies. The app is free, but there is downloadable content that can be purchased to enhance the experience.

Why do we love it? Auxy is a great way to start and experiment with electronic sounds in a way that is accessible. The sound is great and the layering of beats and melodies teaches the user how to arrange songs. It’s perfect for starters.


Musical U (Free iOS)

Perfect for: Ages 14+

What is it? Musical U is an app developed for musicians and students. The app features articles, social impacts, and videos to develop and enhance music learning and development. It is available for free on the Apple App Store. The developers have also released training apps which can be viewed here: https://www.musical-u.com/apps/

Why do we love it? Musical U is a great way to tap into the insights of musicians, which can help develop how you create music. The app helps you to consider elements that you normally wouldn’t, such as unpacking the concept of “Talent”.  Check it out!

Piano Band Music Game (Free iOS)

Perfect for: Ages 5 and under

What is it? Piano Band is a piano app which allows children to play Nursery rhymes. It has three unique game modes: one for playing the song, one for learning the song, and a game challenge. The app features adorable dancing characters which move with the pressed piano keys!

Why do we love it? Piano Band is perfect for young children’s music development. They can explore their favourite nursery rhymes and play along as musical notes travel towards an interactive piano. This gives children the chance to explore how rhythms and notes sound out as they begin their musical journey.


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