Piano Freeby Aethyna Aug 6, 2018 | 1 Votes | 1 Played | 0 Reviews 10 rate Piano Free by Gismart is a fun piano app that does not only sounds just like a real piano; you can even tap along to popular tunes in the app via its Magic Keys and Magic Tiles mode. Have fun composing your own piano tracks and record it as you play or watch a pre-recording of a pianist playing the song you chose! Play Now Similar Games Played
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Piano Free by Gismart is a fun piano app that does not only function just like a real piano (it is a reasonable digital adaptation); you can even tap along to popular tunes in the app via its Magic Keys and Magic Tiles mode. Have fun composing your own piano tracks and record it as you play or watch a pre-recording of a pianist playing the song you chose to listen to! There are just so many songs for you to unlock, with more of them added every week, as well.
Piano Free by Gismart is basically a piano simulator and as such, you can do pretty much play it just like an actual piano, albeit with some necessary configurations to fit the keys of a piano into your much smaller screen. The app supports multi-touch (but your device must support it too) and you can turn the piano sustain on or off as you like.
The app comes with a host of pre-recordings where you can see which keys are being “pressed” as the invisible pianist play the song of your choice. You can also try playing yourself and record it for a friend or a family member.
Want to show off your piano-playing skills without actually knowing how to play the piano? Well, this app has just the right mode for you! If you switch the basic piano layout over to Magic Keys, you can then select a song and press any key on the keyboard to “play” it. In fact, you can play an entire song (that consists of different piano keys, mind you) without actually needing to play different keys – pressing on a single key repeatedly will do just fine.
Piano Free has another game mode, called Magic Tiles, as well. As per the name, this mode will have you play the song of your choice key by key in a tap-tap fashion. This mode is really basic though since there isn’t a prominent “accuracy” counter for you to know whether you hit a key “perfectly” or with only a “good” timing, but it does have a combo meter to keep track of your hits.
There are many choices when it comes to the songs you can “fake play” or play magic tiles with, ranging from popular children’s tunes like Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and holiday tunes like Jingle Bells to Irish folk songs like Danny Boy and Beethoven’s masterpieces. Basically, the songs can be categorized into 3 types – Free, Premium and Ads. The free songs are completely free to play while premium songs will require you to be subscribed to the app’s premium plan before you can play them. You can also opt to watch a video ad to permanently unlock a non-premium song.
If you do decide to get the app’s premium plan, know that you can enjoy tons of perks including having all songs unlocked, new songs added weekly, no ads, and access to even more musical instruments. You can also cancel at any time. If you’re still unsure, Gismart offers you a free trial that you can take advantage of. However, if you don’t want the auto-renewal to kick in, be sure to cancel your free trial before it ends.
Aside from the basic piano, Gismart provides you with a selection of different types of keyboard instruments, such as organs and the accordion, as well as other musical instruments like guitar and drums. Some of these instruments will require a separate download since they are basically different apps, while others may require you to do something such as inviting 5 friends or simply by being a premium member.
Piano Free isn’t a social game and thus, it doesn’t have any multiplayer features. You can, however, share a recording to your social media if you like.
Paino Free is a pretty generic-looking piano app. The virtual piano keyboard looks well-kept (naturally there won’t be any ugly fingerprints or smudges on them) and I like the simple UI used here.
The sound, on the other hand, is absolutely amazing. I love how closely the sound resembles the real thing. As such, this app can be turned into a portable piano (or any musical instrument that you switched to) that you can use to play during long, boring road trips or even while you’re waiting for the subway or the train.
In a nutshell, Piano Free by Gismart is an Editor’s Choice piano app on Google Play for a really good reason. The app works excellently as the digital replacement of a piano, and it even has a couple of fun mini-games for you to enjoy. You can download the app for free on both Google Play and the AppStore.