The Amazing Slow Downer app lets you change the tempo or pitch of any piano recording, opening up a host of creative solutions for practicing and listening.
In-depth research and testing found these piano apps to be the most helpful for amateur pianists and adult piano students to add to their practice routines.
The Rhythm Lab iPad app helps piano students learn challenging rhythms, offering a practice tool to focus on the timing of notes without the actual melody.
To improve your piano sight-reading skills, the Read Ahead iPad app makes you look to the next measure in the score, not allowing you to dwell on mistakes.
Short of memorizing your whole repertoire—or a personal piano-butler to turn pages—the forScore iPad app is one of the best solutions for amateur musicians.
Teaching through intuition rather than music theory jargon, the online music-learning app Meludia helps classical musicians deepen their listening skills.