Simply Piano by JoyTunes

Simply Piano by JoyTunes

By JoyTunes

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2015-09-02
  • Current Version: 7.1.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 360.80 MB
  • Developer: JoyTunes
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 120,073 Ratings


Simply Piano is a fast and fun way to learn piano, from beginner to pro. Works with any piano or keyboard. Chosen as one of the best iPhone apps. - Tons of fun songs like Imagine, Chandelier, All Of Me and Counting Stars, also J.S. Bach - Includes courses for different musical tastes and playing levels - Learn the basics step-by-step from reading sheet music to playing with both hands - Slow down library songs to choose your own pace for easy learning - Personalized 5-Min Workouts ensuring you progress fast and always succeed - Suitable for all ages, no previous knowledge required to learn piano No Piano? Try the Touch Courses with 3D Touch to turn your device into an on-screen keyboard! How it works: - Place your device (iPhone/iPad/iPod) on your acoustic/MIDI piano or keyboard and play; the app will immediately recognize what you are playing - Get instant feedback on your playing to quickly learn and improve your piano skills - Discover the magic of music with fun songs in the Library and complete courses to start sounding like a pro How the Subscription Works: - All app users can play two free courses. Upgrade to a premium subscription package at any time. - Subscribers will receive full access to ALL courses. New courses and songs added every month! - All recurring subscriptions will auto-renew unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. - Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, at the cost of the chosen package. - Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. - Your subscription is for your iTunes account and can be used on your iOS device. - Payments will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. - Subscriptions cannot be cancelled during the active subscription period. Choose from one of the following subscription options: - 3 months recurring subscription for $59.99 (USD) - 6 months recurring subscription for $89.99 (USD) - Yearly recurring subscription for $119.99 (USD) Simply Piano is developed by JoyTunes, creators of award-winning apps Piano Maestro and Piano Dust Buster. Created by music educators, the apps are used by tens of thousands of music teachers worldwide with over 1 million songs learned every week. JoyTunes are experts in creating educational and fun music apps for learning piano quickly and easily. Awards & Recognition - - "EMI’s Innovation Challenge” - "World Summit Award", by the United Nations - “Best Tools for Beginners”, NAMM - "Best Tablet Game", GameIS - “Parents' Choice Award” - “Golden App”, Apps for Homeschooling Have questions, feedback or suggestions? Reach out to us at Enjoy Playing! privacy policy: terms of use:



  • Learning fast

    By jaz1828
    Been playing for 10 minutes and wow
  • Great app and great customer support

    By Desireedesiree
    I used the free 7 day trial to test out the app and see how far I could get, and I wasn’t disappointed. However, I didn’t cancel my trial in time and was charged the $119 yearly fee for a subscription. I contacted customer support and luckily they were very understanding and super helpful in getting my money back! I gained some great beginner piano skills and received a lot of kindness and zero pushiness to keep the subscription when I asked to cancel. Definitely would recommend to anyone!
  • Glitching

    By ImNaughtOkay
    Sometimes when I restart the song that I’m playing, I can’t see the notes that I’m supposed to place and it’s really annoying.
  • Rated 2 Stars

    By girlygiel101$
    This app was nice at the start but then when you finish all the lessons you have to pay and get the membership to continue. I forget how much manny but it’s ridiculous
  • Sound recognition poor

    By sendaibumble
    I have already played piano in the past and have been a musician all my life, so when I get to the end of the first lesson, play the practice sections perfectly and can’t seem to get through the “duet” singers without it saying I’m missing notes that I’m playing in time with the music. When it takes me back to the metronome mode I’m not missing anything. My guess is that the music on the device from the “singer” is actually interfering with the sound the microphone is picking up. It’s such a shame because the first couple of steps seemed so promising.
  • 👎

    By Jashur Howard
    I don’t understand why would you take the free trial away. Y’all just want more money
  • Very good with certain important shortcomings

    By Poihths
    i’ve been using the app for about 2 1/2 months now and overall I’m very pleased with it and would recommend it to anyone who wants to do self study for keyboard. That being said, there are a few things that truly bug me. Whenever you finish playing a song, the app jumps very quickly to a screen that presents you with feedback on how accurately you played. That’s dandy, but it does it so fast you don’t have a decent chance to enter the review mode that allows you to see and study your mistakes. If you don’t hit pause within milliseconds of the song ending, you lose the opportunity for review altogether and all the information about what mistakes you made is gone for good. I would like to see the app wait for the user’s OK before going to the score screen and offer the option of review explicitly and at any time before either closing the song or playing it again. Ideally, it would remember the most recent performance indefinitely so you could come back the following day or a week and review what you did the previous time. When the app goes to the score screen, it plays a celebratory tune completely unrelated to what you just played. And it plays it over and over and over, never stopping, world without end, amen. In other words, just when you would most like to relax and think about what you just played, the app barrages you with utterly irrelevant music that completely distracts you. I would like the option to completely disable the celebratory music. The scoring is too lax. The highest rating is three stars. it is quite possible to earn a three star rating on the basis of a performance that would be completely unacceptable musically in any conceivable context, including casual performance for friends and family. I would like a four-star or five-star system in which four stars requires 95% note accuracy and 90% or better rhythmic accuracy and five stars requires 100% note accuracy and 95% or better rhythmic accuracy. The present system could easily delude beginners into thinking they are playing far better than they are. Sooner or later the real world will painfully disabuse them of this. I deeply miss a way to identify a segment of a song and “woodshed” that section, looping through it repeatedly at gradually increasing user-controlled tempo until the user explicitly quits “woodshed” mode. Last but not least, the developers need to learn respect for the great masters of music of the past. Do not “improve” Bach, Handel and Beethoven with cheesy, ridiculous so-called “arrangements” that arbitrarily add drum tracks, guitar licks and who knows what other garbage to music that has stood the test of time for centuries. The original editions are readily available and are in the public domain—they won’t cost you a dime! Use them! If you can be respectful of Boyz To Men you can be respectful of Bach!
  • Simply Piano is Pretty Good

    By Br4nd0n6969
    Simply Piano is really great and awesome but it doesn’t get all the notes I hit and I have to press my keyboard as hard and long as I can and it makes me look weird. I’m on the right mode but I just have to put it as loud as I can to actually play the notes and kinda annoys my parents ITS JUST TOO MUCH BUGS
  • Please fix this.

    By Artist212
    Hi. I just got this today after three years and it doesn’t seem to have gotten any better. As soon as I tried playing middle C, it says I’m playing B, and it’s not very helpful if you’re a beginner. I saw the adds for this while watching piano tutorials, and what do y’know, nothing got better. And the prices for the premium seem extra for an app that won’t even pick up the notes. I don’t mean to sound rude but these are things that need to be fixed. I hope this helps both readers for when they pick the app and the developers for the next update.
  • Bad bad bad

    I hate how this app does not listen to my piano