In Handy Tips, we find ways that can improve your life and make it easier and explain why these tips work. Today, we will tell you how to learn to play musical instruments using these 7 apps.

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It's about time for you to start mastering some musical instruments. And praise God that we live in the age of mobile applications, because on the App Store and Google Play, you will definitely find an app that will make you John Lennon and Charlie Parker.

We've picked 7 of the coolest music learning apps:

1. Rhythm Sight Reading Trainer

Rhythm training is an important activity. Some time ago, everyone relied on metronomes, but now apps allow you to learn more complex patterns. This is the most convenient app only for iOS users.

2. Tenuto

Tenuto is an essential app for learning music theory. There is a version of the application for iOS (paid), and there is a site with the same functionality called (free).

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3. Ultimate Guitar: Chords and Tabs

The ultimate guide to guitar chords Ultimate Guitar: Chords and Tabs exists on the Internet since time immemorial. It’s for those who already know the first five chords. Available for iOS and Android users.

4. Piano Academy

Let's start with a simple piano playing. The Piano Academy app is perfect for acquiring basic skills, it will definitely train you. There is a version for Android and for iOS users.

5. Music Tutor

An app for training your hearing. It doesn't matter what exactly you play, this app is a must-have! There are versions for iOS and Android users.

6. Yousician

The Yousician project teaches you how to play guitar, ukulele, piano, bass, and your vocal cords.

7. Saxophone All-in-one

If your soul asks to play the saxophone, install this application right away, even in spite of its outdated design.