In my previous blog post, I explained how Pete turned his app idea into reality when Gotchya was recently launched in the Google Play Store.
Now, BrainyApps has helped another app inventor named Sharon Shaheed to realize her vision: Piano Play, a simple and fun game app designed to teach young children how to recognize musical tones in a fun way.
From the Google Play store description, here’s how the app works:
This app is a fun and educational approach to teaching music appreciation to children as early as 2 years old. These exciting easy-play games are based on Piano Play’s own successful in-house method books. In this app Lowey the lion and Hija the mouse explores the characteristic sounds of individual instruments and helps the player to distinguish between low, middle and high tones.
This game app is the beginning step to teaching the user’s child: ear training, note reading and playing skills. Its fun approach teaches music appreciation, as well as learning to distinguish and recognize different instrument names and the tone qualities in the following orchestra families: keyboard, string, brass, percussion and woodwind.
The game app’s objective will help to build critical listening, memory, and thinking skills which can be applied in all areas of studies.
Piano Play costs just $1.99 and can be downloaded for either Android or iPhone below:
iPhone download link (waiting for approval in App Store; will update link shortly)
You can also learn more about the Piano Play Music System by visiting Ms. Shaheed’s website.
What Are You Waiting For?
If you have an amazing idea for an app, but have not yet taken action, what are you waiting for?
Even the most brilliant idea is still worthless if it only remains in your head, so it’s time to make your app idea a reality!
Find your inner genius,
co-founder @ BrainyApps