Take your grand piano with you anywhere. Glide across all 88 keys.
produces authentic grand piano sound quality that was sampled from a real grand
piano. The full length of the 88-key keyboard is accessible during play with
touch-to-slide and pinch-to-stretch functionality. T...
Worked great when I first downloaded the app last week, but in the pat few days has stopped making any sounds. I've checked my phone volume and settings, and I'm not having trouble with sound from any other apps, so I've got to conclude that it's an issue with the piano app. Frustrating, but good motivation to finally snag one of those free pianos that's always on Craigslist.
Free version is perfect. Exactly what I hoped to find. Great on iPhone 6 Plus. Single keyboard option shows middle C, and C above and below. Slider allows all 88 keys. Excellent piano tone, and the sustain mimics that of a piano without the sustain pedal down. i.e., Press and hold yields more sustain than a short tap. Thanks.
Doesn’t work requires purchase upgrades
Nothing on this app works without buying upgrade packs.
Don’t open it on iPhone Xs can’t close w/o reboot
What’s the deal? Got new iPhone Xs. Opened it. Can’t swipe to close it. Can’t close the program or get use of your phone back without a hard reboot. Only way to get your phone. Basically bricks your phone until you do that. Shame too. I like this program.
Last update made it unreliable
Used to be fine giving the tones I needed. But recent update gave it a lag in key responsiveness that makes it unusable.
Hate the new sound, please bring the old one back
This app is awful, you have to purchase upgrades and the sound is terrible.
I love this app, and since i play the piano in real life it's fun :P but why upgrade to real piano 2 for free if you have to buy all of the extra stuff (like instruments) anyway? That's just dumb... If the whole thing was free i'd rate five stars but OH WELL!!!!! It would be awesome if it was free. But life is hard.
I re-installed this to see how it compares to Virtuoso by Peter Nagy, both have been upgraded and both are free. Some advantages go to each. This app doesn't have the advertisements, which is certainly attractive, but the Virtuoso features can be changed while on the keyboard screen rather than moving away from the screen. AND Virtuoso has many more features than this one has even in the paid version. I'm not willing to pay for the upgrade on either one so will let others rate the upgraded features. Virtuoso was designed for the iPad so it is full screen automatically where Real Piano is for the iPhone and you have to enlarge it, which I typically find is annoying. So I give it two stars.
Shut Up People!!!
Ok, here it is and straight forward. It crashes. It is a free application, so don't expect any payed for quality. This app, however, works perfectly fine on my iPod Touch 4 except for when I try to change the in-app settings (volume). It does an extraordinarially good job at what it is required to do. It slides in and out for multi-sized key space and 88-key swiping system. SO PLEASE QUIT COMPLAINING for all of you negative Nancy's out there. Case and Point - David.
Great pitch checker
I wanted this app to give me single notes to check my pitch. I sing with a ladies barbershop chorus and this has been wonderful to hit just a few notes to keep us on pitch. Since its on my phone, it's too little to really play very much! To get enough keys on the page makes it too close together to hit each note properly. But it meets the need I had wonderfully!!
Best free version so far
Free version plays like a piano in that I can actually control length of notes instead of simply pressing buttons. Also the dual keyboard gives space to feel like playing with both hands instead of constantly scrolling. Satisfied and thinking about full purchase.
I had the virtuoso piano app, and it has crashed ever since I updated to 8.0...So I scrolled through a thousand "learn to play piano" apps before I finally found this as a replacement. This app looks way better and is more customizable than what I had. I am running it on a 5s.
Yes. Real Piano™ Lite is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 51 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 3.6/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Real Piano™ Lite Is 74.5/100.
Yes. Real Piano™ Lite is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 51 Real Piano™ Lite User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Real Piano™ Lite Is 74.5/100.
Real Piano™ Lite works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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