In this clever musical plaything, you make tunes by creating looping melodies from up to six different digital lilies.
To create a melody, simply open the flower and then tap on the rows to indicate when your flower should play a note.
The flowers have a three-octave range, so you can use them for low bass or high melodies, and you can create some really interesting and fun tunes by making different patterns for each lily.
While the app is easy to use, it can do some intriguing things. You’re not limited to a simple la-la-la-la pattern, or to a basic major scale: you can mix things up by creating more complex patterns, changing the tempo and using a more interesting scale such as a minor harmonic or a major blues scale.
If you don’t know what that is, don’t worry: you don’t need any musical knowledge whatsoever to make good music with this app. In fact, some of the best things happen without you planning them: we’ve accidentally tapped at the wrong time and ended up with something that sounded even better.