Tech Tuesday: NoteWorks now available on iPhone and iPod Touch!

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Exactly one year tomorrow I reviewed what is now one of my favorite note reading apps I like to use with my students. NoteWorks. You can read the original review here.

I’m excited to announce that if you do not currently own an iPad, you can now download NoteWorks on your iPhone or iPod Touch! I played around with it on my iPhone and it is the same great program, albeit everything is smaller. Overall I prefer to play most of my piano game apps on the iPad, but for families who don’t own one, this is a great recommendation for them if they have the other devices.

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There are free versions for both the iPhone and iPad. If you are undecided whether to purchase this app, I would try the free versions first. Just remember free is always limited to how much you can do, but it is a good taste test.

To download Noteworks click on the follow links:

iPhone/iPod Touch version ($4.99)

iPad version ($4.99)

iPhone/iPad Touch free

iPad free

Just a quick note, it is possible to use iPhone/iPod Touch app downloads on your iPad (I have several), but just know the graphics are typically not as sharp when you extend to full size. But it does work!)

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6 Comments

  1. mycgrimsby

    Shared! Thanks Jennifer

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  2. kmurello

    Shared! Liked their page on FB too!!! I’ve tried the Piano Monkey App….

    Reply
  3. Karen

    Invited a piano teacher friend to like FPS Resources and shared your giveaway on Facebook. I’m hoping to acquire an ipad mini by Christmas. Looking forward to using this app and others you’ve reviewed here.
    Thanks!

    Reply
  4. Nicole Douglas

    Just shared with a piano teacher friend! Favorite note naming game is Piano Mania (free version so it only does very beginning–haven’t done subscription yet) and all other Joy Tunes apps. Thanks for all you do!

    Reply
  5. Anna Fagan

    Shared it with my list of “tech-friendly” teachers — great app!

    Reply
  6. Genny

    Shared on PTC…I use Flashnote Derby but I really am looking into going mostly iPad in my studio so I need more good apps.

    Reply

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