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Great app
I have been playing piano for 60 years and still found this program fun and informative. I travel in a motorhome during the summer months and must leave my piano at home so this app is a fun way to keep up my practice.
blkbird5 on Jul 30, 2013 for Piano Maestro by JoyTunes
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Really great app!
My 6 y/o is learning to read music and doesn't even realize it! Fun for adults too!
Player553799 on Jul 30, 2013 for Piano Maestro by JoyTunes
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Great app
I really enjoy this app. It makes learning to play easy and fun.
Heavenl16 on Jul 20, 2013 for Piano Maestro by JoyTunes
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Very impressive and constantly improving
This app is very impressive. There is really no better piano practice tool currently available for the iPad. The arrangements are fun and it can be used on a real piano. This is surprisingly addictive and you can easily spend an hour practicing. The creators of this app are constantly adding content, which is part of what makes this application so appealing. While the cost at $50 a year (not a month as some reviews suggest), seems expensive, it's less cost than a month of piano lessons, and if it makes you practice twice as much, it's well worth it. At very least, it's worth downloading and trying out if your not sure.
Jazzguy87 on Jul 11, 2013 for Piano Maestro by JoyTunes
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Fills a void
It's currently the best way on the iPad to work on timing and sight reading at the same time. I wasn't initially a big fan, but I decided to pay for one month, and it's definitely worth it. Cheaper than one piano lesson, and it gets me to practice. The higher levels are much better than the initial onesx, and one gets used to the few quirks. I love the coordination exercises, as that is where I need the most help. If I could plug in my midi keyboard and have it recognized I would consider and Joy Tunes keeps adding songs and levels as they have been (thanks guys!), I would consider a year long subscription. Without a midi plug in, I'll be heading back to Synthesia (spelling?). (How about offering the current songs as special purchases to reduce the overall cost?)
SilentMist on Jul 8, 2013 for Piano Maestro by JoyTunes
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What
I love the app but it cost money to get a membership such a bummer :(
Madasparkle on Jul 7, 2013 for Piano Maestro by JoyTunes
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