Interactive Piano App Offers Fun & Feedback

2/8/2016 12:10:00 AM

Title: Piano Maestro by JoyTunes
Summary: Great sharing features help parents, teachers support piano practice

Pros: Fun progress tracking and assignment features let teachers asssign work or help kids move at their own pace.
Cons: Though it'll work for all ages, the humor and activities might only appeal to younger kids.
Bottom Line: A cool way to get piano students, their teachers, and their parents on the same page, but it might need tweaking to remove some distractions.

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