YOUSICIAN - the fast, fun way to learn, play and master the piano, guitar, bass or ukulele. Enjoy thousands of songs on your REAL INSTRUMENT!
(supports acoustic and electric instruments)


Yousician is your personal music tutor for the digital age. Learn at your own pace, whenever and wherever you want. The app listens to you play and gives instant feedback on your accuracy and timing. Our curriculum, designed by expert music teachers, will help musicians of all levels improve, from complete beginners to professionals.

Step-by-step video tutorials guide you through each lesson. Fun and addictive gameplay tracks your progress and keeps you motivated to practice and learn. You’ll be amazed how fast your skills advance. So go grab your guitar, bass or ukulele, or go sit at your piano or keyboard, and start playing now!

Who is this for?
• Singers, Pianists, Guitarists, Bass & Ukulele players
• Complete beginners
• Advanced & professional musicians
• Music teachers

What is included?
• Over 1,500 missions & exercises, with hundreds of videos, covering all the skills you need: sight reading sheet music, classical and pop songs for Piano, and for Guitar and ukulele you’ll learn chords, strumming, melodies, lead, fingerpicking and more.
• Yousician also teaches you music theory and Includes special trainers for each skill & chord.
• A Weekly Challenge, where you can compete with friends and millions of Yousicians worldwide.

How does it work?
• It listens to you sing or play the piano, guitar, bass or ukulele
• It gives you instant feedback on your performance
• It takes you through awesome songs and step-by-step tutorials that suit your playing level
• It makes learning fun with rewarding gameplay and challenges

Yousician has been developed with the world’s most innovative and experienced music teachers. It is perfectly suited for self-learning or as a supplement to learning with a teacher. With step-by-step tutorials and constant feedback you can always be sure you’re playing right.

Teachers all over the world are using Yousician with their students in private lessons, small groups, and classrooms. Yousician keeps students engaged, helps build technical ability and timing, and increases practice between lessons. Learn more at

Yousician is played with a real instrument, and requires no additional equipment. The phone’s microphone listens to you play and the app tells you how you’re performing.

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Subscriptions are annual and monthly. Prices may vary in different countries.
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Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period.
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Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription.

Yousician is the largest and fastest growing music educator in the world with over 10 million users. We believe musicality can and should be as commonplace as literacy.



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What’s New

Version 3.2.0

Welcome to the new version of Yousician! Here is what’s changed:
- 14 new famous songs have been added
- Bug fixes and general improvements
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
2.5K Ratings
2.5K Ratings
Kezebell ,

Yousician for Ukulele

Love this app. I got a Ukulele just after Christmas and I needed help! Got this as a free app and kept getting asked to upgrade. I found the free app frustrating as I was just getting started and it would say 'come back tomorrow'. Grrr. So I upgraded to the free for 2 weeks one instrument app. I wish it would take you seamlessly through it. I found I wasn't sure where I was or whether I had gone on too soon. Then it started breaking up just when I was hitting the notes correctly in a song. Grrr again. Frustrating. It may have been my iPad, so I tried my iPhone and although the screen is smaller it isn't buffering. I have set an alarm the day before the 2 free weeks are up. I can't afford £100 for a year. I don't want them to take my dosh automatically unless I really can't operate without Yousician. We will see. So far? I can't wait to get home from work and get on it!


Effective if flawed

It works well for motivating and is definitely one of the most useful practice tools I’ve seen. All in all a great tool well worth giving a shot.
It does have some ISSUES:
It doesn’t penalise for the addition of incorrect extra notes like when you hit an extra note in piano or fail to mute a string on guitar
The built in lesson sometimes gives you overly basic material particularly in the explore section
On the piano version (I haven’t experienced it on the guitar section) the timing can be unforgiving leading you to feel that you hit a note it said you didn’t.
Early piano course is too slow having never played a piano before I was getting perfect scores every time until it made me do 4 skill level tests
You don’t really learn any songs from this as odd as it sounds. The fact it gives you the music in a written form allows you to forget it afterward
It could do to have more known music but I understand it a royalties issue there
Gamification is effective and not too pandering
Layout is simple and intuitive allowing ease of learning
Reminders everyday help motivate
Slow building on what you’ve learned builds confidence well keeping you in a work zone throughout.
The practice mode doesn’t remove notes to make it easier like some similar things do meaning there is no confusion as the tempo picks up

Grumpyfellow ,

It annoyed me within ten minutes

I thought I’d give this app a go. Having signed away my life to create an account I eventually arrived at the tutorials. Whilst I’d hesitate to call myself a guitarist I have owned a couple of instruments for a few decades so I wasn’t overjoyed to have to go through ‘how to pluck a string’ before I could progress.
Having successfully plucked a string I was hopeful of moving on yet every attempt at progress was blocked by a pop-up offering a free 14 days, followed by eleven quid a month subscription.
Okay, we’ve all got to make a living but that applies to me as well. Some months I simply might not have the time to use my eleven quids-worth.
Had it been £20 - £30 a module, fine. I could study at my leisure. So, whilst the content may have been satisfactory from my brief experience I couldn’t say. If you want punters to cough-up to use the full features, fine but the impression I got was that the developers desire for dosh is stronger than any notion of providing a service.

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232.3 MB

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
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In-App Purchases
  1. One Instrument Monthly Plan £16.99
  2. Yousician Subscription Free Trial £99.99
  3. One Instrument Yearly Subscription £99.99


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