Sparse xylophone app sounds good but is limiting. GameAdvice.org Gives This A 2/5 Overall Rating.
Quick Content Overview of What Your Child Will Experience:
- App Play Simplicity: 5
- Level of Fear and/or Violence in App: 0
- Amount of Sexual Content: 0
- Level of Bad Language: 0
- Amount of Drug Use and/or Smoking: 0
- Amount of Consumerism: 0
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Some Things To Keep In Mind
Parents need to know that aXylophone is a barebones xylophone music app that kids play freestyle. The interface has seven easy-to-play bars that are polyphonic (two or more bars can be played at the same time) and chromatic (tuned to the white keys on a piano). The app’s tonal quality is authentic and sounds good. But oddly, aXylophone doesn’t span a complete octave — it runs from Middle C to the B below the octave above Middle C, which limits the overall playing range and learning potential. You’ll be satisfied with this app if you want a very simple xylophone experience or for playing songs like “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” “Hot Cross Buns,” “Twinkle Twinkle,” and “Lightly Row.” But that’s about it. If you want greater functionality or more keys, you’ll be happier with a different xylophone or piano app.
aXylophone is a Music app that is designed for those 2. The app has an overall rating of 2 out of 5 and a learning rating of 2 out of 5.
aXylophone is available for Free On The Following Devices:
Our Thoughts on the Level of Engagement:
This simple design gives players an easy, but limited, musical experience. The sound quality is good and the interface plays like a real xylophone (minus the mallets).
The Support Level for aXylophone is about a 2 out of 5.
No in-app instruction, recording, or playback. Kids don’t see music notation or note names on the bars. There’s a brief description of the xylophone’s origins and construction, so kids can learn about the instrument’s history and design.
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