This Kalimba tutor is one of the best virtual Kalimba for mobile & tablet. The app offers tons of songs with easy lessons, and we add new tabs every week! Don't waste more time, start playing now!
- Full string Kalimba with 17 keys
- Play with 650,000+ song from music songbooks
- Connect with real Kalimba with notes recognition mode
- Daily Challenge mode
- Global Leaderboard
- Multi-touch and swipe supported
- Be able to record audio while playing
- Supports a wide variety of keyboard instruments (Piano, Grand Piano, Pipe Organ, Harpsichord, Accordion, Electric Guitar, Harp, Cello Pizzicato, Guzheng, Nylon Guitar, Plucked String, Music Box, Sitar, Xylophone, Harp, Vibes, Clarinet, Ukulele, Brass, Thai Bells, Tabbla, Dizi, Banjo, Flute, Saxophone, Cellto, Hamonica, Trumpet, Violin, Panpipe, Maracas, Tuba, Dulcimer, Kalimba,...)
- Lessons mode for easy learning
- Music games to practice
- Magic Kalimba mode added
Ratings and Reviews
Fast Forward/Rewind Needed
I tend to memorize songs by sections and then by piecing those sections together, but this is hard to do when I have to replay the entire song over and over to get to the one section I’m at. If I could play the section, rewind to just before the section starts, play the section again and repeat until I am ready to move to the next section, that would be extremely helpful.
Great concept but lacks musicality
The music is the same that you’ll find tabs for Kalimba with much being Japanese, Chinese and Vietnamese music, but pretty. The problem I have with the app is that the timing is poor in dropping the notes. Each measure is fine, but the count at the end coming into the next measure is not right. Maybe this is an Asian thing but western music is timed carefully in each measure. So playing the music the way it ought to sound is off. Either I play the notes to hurry up and wait or if I slow it down there is a lag and then the background music is off. It is strange. If you could fix this then it would be nicer. I do like the app though and if I find it was operator error (my mistake in using the app) then I will come back to change my review. I have only been using it an hour, but I do play the Kalimba
Depressing monetization design.
This app has so many features that many people would pay for, available hassle-free and actually free. But basic manual playing and retuning is obstructed by the design of the menus, for the purpose of triggering ads. Why? Do you not see it should be the other way around?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.