From Bruno Mars to Mozart, play the hottest songs on the #1 piano application, now available on Android! Get free songs every day !Tags: Best, Music, Piano, Song
Requirement: Android 2.1 and up
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From Bruno Mars to Mozart, play the hottest songs on the #1 piano application, now available on Android! Get free songs every day and enjoy the best song catalog of any piano app. Join the over 13 million Magic Piano players and experience the fun of playing piano – no lessons or tutors needed!
Featured in the New York Times and Time magazine, Magic Piano makes you a piano virtuoso – any time, anywhere. Just touch the beams of light, and you control the notes, rhythm and tempo of each piece while Magic Piano serves as your guide. Share your performances with friends via Google Plus, Email, Facebook, Twitter, or SMS!
OVER 200 SONGS – NEW SONGS ADDED EVERY WEEK! CHECK BACK DAILY FOR NEW FREE SONGS!
Choose from the largest music catalog of any piano app.
- Hot new music is added to the app regularly, so check back often.
- Earn new songs by playing and by watching videos
- Check back daily for free music every day!
- Beethoven – Ode To Joy, Moonlight Sonata, and many more!
- Bach – Ave Maria and many more!
- Chopin – Minute Waltz and many more!
- Love You Like a Love Song
- Bad Romance
- The Final Countdown
- Hey There Delilah
- How to Save a Life
- Bring Me to Life
MOVIES AND MUSICALS:
- A Whole New World
- Jurassic Park Theme
- Phantom of the Opera
Want a song that’s not available? Suggest songs on Smule’s Facebook or Google+ page: www.facebook.com/smule and http://gplus.to/smule
1) While you can use your existing Smule account with Magic Piano on Android, the content of the apps differ substantially, and consequently songs and Smoola are not shared between iOS and Android. Thank you for your understanding.
2) For some devices where we know there are issues, we have restricted installs for now. For example, the Samsung Galaxy S II has audio bugs in the phone itself that make the Magic Piano experience… well, not so magical. However, Android hardware and software are constantly improving so if we are able to support some of these devices in the future we absolutely will!