Smule adds Magic Piano to growing Android lineup
Smule is back again, bringing another one of their popular iOS titles to Android. Today sees Magic Piano joining Songify in the Google Play store as a free and fun way to spend your free time. Like the iOS version, Magic Piano lets users play classical pieces and contemporary classics on their touch screens. Follow the falling dots and keep time for more than 200 songs across just about every music genre imaginable, ranging from Beethoven to Bruno Mars. Although the app is free to install and play, with new freebies added regularly, Magic Piano offers additional songs for a nominal fee, or Smoola.
With more than 14 million iOS users having played 135 billions notes, we anticipate this to be a big hit on Android. Speaking of big hits, Smule’s Songify has already amassed more than 1.5 million downloads since hitting Google Play just one month ago.
About Magic Piano:
- 1 million songs played every day, which equals 10,000 notes per second!
- Offers over 200 songs of all genres, more than any other piano app. Hot new hits and new free songs released daily.
- Play your favorite songs by following beams of light and tapping the screen. Control the notes, rhythm, and tempo, allowing your creativity to shine.
- Special Android-only features, such as the ability to share your music any way you like, from SMS to Google+.
- Part of the Smule family, with over 47 million installs and more than 500 million songs played.
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