Top Apps of 2104
There are more apps than this that I’ve discovered over the past year but this list comprises the ones that rise to the top over and over and again as I integrate the iPad into my teaching. Links are included but prices are not as they fluctuate frequently. You’ll notice that certain apps appear under more than one category. Those are must-haves for sure! What will I add in 2015? Stay tuned.
Interested in learning more about how I use these apps in my teaching? Perhaps I’ll be in a location near you. Check out my schedule of appearances here.
AnyTune - slow down ANY tune in your iTunes library
Notion - notation tool for composers
Orphion - sparks melodic imaginations
Bubble Tones - trains pitch discernment
Music For Little Mozarts - covers basics like high and low, up and down
The Most Addicting Sheep Game - steady beat builder disguised in an addicting game
Better Ears - includes chord progression ear training
Good Ears Pro - compilation of Good Ears Scales, Chords and Melody
Right Note - a staple for building intervallic listening skills
Rhythm Lab - use with the Notability app–blog coming soon!
SuperMetronomeGrooveBox - I recommend this free version to students as a terrific groove-builder.
Camera – come’s free with your iPad, take full advantage of this terrific tool!
YouTube – tap here to view my channel
Evernote - a warehouse to store all types of media–PDF’s, photos, web clippings and more
HanonPlus - Hanon on the iPad!
Find more apps in the 88PianoKeys.me and the Music App Directory